Mark Fitzgerald
Making Sense Out of
Information Chaos
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#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
#TFT14 Mark Fitzgerald, Making sense out of information chaos
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The challenge of today is not finding information, it is making sense of it and determining if it is relevant or not. All of our efforts of categorizing and structuring data maybe as problematic as the amount of data itself. Let's talk about knowledge assessment rather than knowledge management.

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  • Does 1 pie + 1 pie = 2 pies or 12 slices. Depending on how you see the world 1+1 can equal 12.  You could have 2 people argue about the answer of 1+1, but the truth of the matter is that they would both be right--when discussing the pies, 1+1 can equal 2 pies, or 12 slices.  When we take time to gather information and understand another person's point of view, you may find that you are both saying the same thing.  Even if you aren't saying the same thing, if you understand how they see their pie, as a whole or as parts, or even how many parts they see,  communication becomes much clearer.
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