Why, for all knowledge, do we so poorly understand what is going on in our world? Since the advent of the World Wide Web 15 years ago, we have had unprecedented access to information and knowledge. Are we that much more effective, productive or creative? I don't think so.

By David Gurteen

Why, for all knowledge, do we so poorly understand what is going on in our world?
Since the advent of the World Wide Web 15 years ago, we have had unprecedented access to information and knowledge.
Are we that much more effective, productive or creative? I don't think so.
I could give you all the information you asked for: perfect information. But would you be able to readily act on it. Probably not!
We don't need more information or knowledge in our organisations. We need to understand what we have better. We need to make better sense of it all.
And how have human beings made sense of the world since the dawn of time? We make sense of the world through conversati...

Jean-Yves Gilg
Editor
Solicitors Journal

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