Creating frameworks when knowledge working
As we saw in the previous chapter, there are ways of managing the process of acquiring knowledge in a systematic and reflective way so that we are not overloaded by the sheer volume and complexity of it all. In this chapter we will
information, making it more practical to build it into your knowledge base. Let us take an analogy as the basis for this chapter. Imagine you are an avid collector of seventeenth-
you to be able to store your collection so that you could
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century silver, in particular, spoons. It would be important to is L
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access a specific spoon easily. You would probably want to catalogue your treasures for insurance purposes. You would certainly want to enjoy the collection. In the most honest of all possible worlds you want the collection to be on show, or at least accessible with minimum effort.