You know more than you think: tacit knowledge

We know much more than we think. Our tacit knowledge, sometimes called “know how” is a rich collection of learning from experience. Unlike explicit knowledge (easily communicated and documented), tacit knowledge* is: subjective, cognitive, experiential learning personal context sensitive/specific dynamically created internalized difficult to capture and codify difficult to share high value hard to document…

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Knowing how to know

How do you know what you know? Epistemology is the “theory of knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope, and the distinction between justified belief and opinion.” Knowing and acquiring knowledge is critical to success, perhaps even more so in today’s technology- and information-centric world. The opportunity to gain knowledge has been…

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