knowledge worker

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knowledge worker

a person who works in a professional or managerial capacity and whose tasks involve creating, processing and interpreting information.
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MANAGING ONESELF IS BASED ON THESE REALITIES: WORKERS ARE LIKELY TO OUTLIVE ORGANIZATIONS, AND THE KNOWLEDGE WORKER HAS MOBILITY.
More than half of knowledge workers (52%) say that they now work in more virtual teams (distributed across offices and locations) than they have done in the past.
Knowledge workers perform work on many different tasks per day, often spending only minutes on any particular task before switching to another (Gonzales and Mark 2004).
Our work may not be physically tiring and strenuous, but the mental challenges that the knowledge worker experiences is equally stressful.
Grameen is hoping to make the project self-sustaining and has begun working with other agencies that see value in the network of knowledge workers.
We can, in part, describe knowledge workers in terms of what they are not.
I think we all agree there's no magic-bullet solution capable of transforming the average knowledge worker into an uber-efficient machine, and as Miller states, the current approach to resolving PKM requires multiple tools.
His recommendations for managers include creating knowledge-friendly cultures and nurturing knowledge worker communities.
Making processes and knowledge workers more efficient, more effective, and better problem solvers.
Using the SpinFire Reader 2004 V2 reader, knowledge workers can now open the .
To this end, in the summer of 2002, the AW & CM office contracted with Knowledge Workers, Inc.
The study found that this expansion is not a new phenomenon and that the proportion of knowledge workers increased steadily over the last three decades, reflecting a growth trend that began long before the high-tech boom of the 1990s.
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