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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Managers should take into consideration that the different strategic roles of the R&D units can affect the likelihood of knowledge professional mobility.
In fact, Deepak, Sunil, Chris and I are likely no more than three hops away from you in your LinkedIn network (along with more than 5 million other knowledge professionals three layers deep).
Over the next decade in Colorado, continued economic growth will depend on being able to fill 30,000 of these new knowledge professional jobs.
Knowledge' CPAs should think of themselves not so much as accountants--those who balance the books and post billings--but as knowledge professionals.
Product knowledge -- Sensitivity to time constraints -- Provision of sufficient samples -- Professional demeanor -- Unbiased product comparisons Sales Force Rankings by Various Specialty Audiences Allergists Gastroenterologists OB/GYNs Product Knowledge Professional Demeanor Sufficient Samples 1.
Another regional endeavor that involves knowledge professionals is the robust ATL Studies research platform, hosted by Emory University (scholarblogs.
By truly collaborating, a team of knowledge professionals is able to address issues than none could tackle individually.
Axiom MRC also carried out primary interviews with key industry participants such as, C-level executives, researchers, consultants and knowledge professionals, managers and their views were incorporated in the report.
In the article, His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid examines the global phenomenon relating to the millions of human capital immigrants and the new direction that emigration of the minds is taking, while sharing explanations of new studies which put the UAE is in the forefront of countries to attract these knowledge professionals.
Chapter I observes that IT and knowledge professionals are considered as the new middle class according to their particular kind of work and lifestyle patterns.
Recent survey results illustrating the value and use of premium content from the Dow Jones Knowledge Professionals Alliance site
They posited that, in academic medicine, new knowledge professionals will be members of the health care team or part of a research group, creating and mining biomedical informatics databases and teaching evidence-based medicine courses.
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