Knowledge Worker

Daniel Lemire, Wissenschaftler an den Universitäten Quebec und New Brunswick, hat auf Grund eines Beintrags von Harold Jarche eine kleine Gegenüberstellung von klassischen und modernen "Knowledge Workern" vorgenommen. Die Liste ist keine wissenschaftlich fundierte Ausarbeitung, bietet aber einen guten Einblick in die Art und Weise eines funktionierenden individuellen Wissensmanagements zur Kompetenzentwicklung:

old school worker IT-empower worker
I can't find anything. I can find most things.
I get what I need more effectively from conversations. I get most of what I need from general written conversations and specific oral conversations - online (though I still like face-to-face discussions).
Knowledge gathering isn't the best use of my time. Knowledge gathering is a good use of some of my time because I've developed a few efficient processes.
I prefer private knowledge stocks that I don't trust others enough to share. still keep some private knowledge stocks, but use the public ones more often.
I mostly use commercial software installed and maintained by someone else. I find and manage my own software, mostly free software.
Most software application I use are desktop applications: I spend 97% of my time in Microsoft Office. Most software I use is Web-based.
I'm getting nervous when people suggest we use a Wiki: what's wrong with Microsoft Word? I run my own wikis.
A blog? I've got nothing to say and I prefer to preserve my privacy. My blog is one of my key knowledge management tools.
My projects are mostly with nearby colleagues. My office is the worldwide though I work from my basement.

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