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Stuart Allen
A short article about a study of more than 200 knowledge workers by Al Jacobson and Laurence Prusak (HBR Nov 2006) indicates that 20% of all time is spent on finding information, and 80% on eliciting, interpreting and applying the knowledge. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

 

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