The knowledge worker

Often, knowledge management is assumed to mean managing information when in fact it is much more than it. It is primarily the management of people, empowering them with the right kind of knowledge for executing tasks, spelling out the objectives and providing the right tools for achieving those objectives. A knowledge worker may not be any more knowledgeable than the next person but he is capable of managing his time and achieving his day-to-day objectives with minimum inputs from his manager.

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