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Ten trends to watch in 2006

Bei den Autoren von McKinsey geht es um nichts weniger als Trends, „that will change the business landscape“. Es geht um „global economy“. Und trotzdem finden wir an letzter Stelle einen Punkt, der auch uns in den Niederungen der Bildung anspricht:

10. Ubiquitous access to information is changing the economics of knowledge
New models of knowledge production, access, distribution, and ownership are emerging. We are seeing the rise of open-source approaches to knowledge development as communities, not individuals, become responsible for innovations. Knowledge production itself is growing: worldwide patent applications, for example, rose from 1990 to 2004 at a rate of 20 percent annually. Companies will need to learn how to leverage this new knowledge universe – or risk drowning in a flood of too much information.“

Ian Davis und Elizabeth Stephenson, The KcKinsey Quarterly, Januar 2006 (Registrierung erforderlich)
[Kategorien: Knowledge Management]