Experience and Expertise – A Few Thoughts

QAspire

To innovate and experiment. Another realization is that more knowledge does not always mean more expertise. Ability to execute that knowledge does. That is because most explicit knowledge is widely and freely available now.

Ethics for Technologists (and Facebook)

Harvard Business Review

What level of explicit consent or awareness permits customers to become resources to be exploited, explored, or cultivated for knowledge and insight? More people—smart and dumb, honorable and sleazy, careful and sloppy—will be running more and more experiments for you, with you and on you; sometimes with your explicit knowledge and consent, more likely not. They’re passionate and committed to the pursuit of knowledge.