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Brief insights from author Simon Hertnon, compiled specially for Ko Awatea from his forthcoming book, The Price of Words. Key components of successful knowledge sharing 1 | Attitude: clarifying success 2 | System: principles for success 3 | Process: actions for success Compiled specially for:
1 |Attitude clarifying success 1.1 Our attitude to information is out of date 1.2 Enough is enough 1.3 ‘Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’ 1.4 To achieve the incredible… 1.5 To do justice to your knowledge…
1.1 Our attitude to information is out of date NEWS FLASH we’re overloaded VOLUME Informationwe produce Our capacityto consume information 1990 2000 2010 TIME
1.1 Our attitude to information is out of date old news Health care workers overburdened by `information overload' – CNN, Jan 1996 Dying for information? A report on the effects of information overload in the UK and worldwide – Reuters, Dec 1997
1.1 Our attitude to information is out of date still news Death by information overload – Harvard Business Review, September 2009 Too much information: how to cope with data overload – The Economist, June 2011
1.1 Our attitude to information is out of date ‘more’ used to be better
1.2 Enough is enough too little optimal too much
1.2 Enough is enough In 2010, Information Overload cost the U.S. economy almost one trillion dollars. –Jonathan Spira, Basex Inc Author of Overload! HowToo Much Information Is Hazardous to Your Organization (Wiley, 2011)
1.3 ‘Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’ Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication Leonardo da Vinci
1.3 ‘Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’ Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction. E F Schumacher, British economist
1.4 To achieve the incredible… embrace constraints And add your knowledge, your knowledge sharingskills, and your creativity.
1.5 To do justice to your knowledge… learn more about howbest to share it