Tag: Knowledge Management

  • The military case for sharing knowledge

    The military case for sharing knowledge

    When General Stanley McChrystal started fighting al Qaeda in 2003, information and secrets were the lifeblood of his operations. But as the unconventional battle waged on, he began to think that the culture of keeping important information classified was misguided and actually counterproductive. In a short but powerful talk McChrystal makes the case for actively…

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  • Science research by “Wisdom of Crowds”

    Science research by “Wisdom of Crowds”

    Q1. What are the type of researches that cannot be done by Crowd-sourcing? Researches that searches for new ideas or developing some new product. The crowd can differentiate between products or services and rank it but is case of searching something new, it is less suggested. Q2. What type of researches can be done with…

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