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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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To meet the needs of policymakers, ADB will also support knowledge work on economic diversification and economic reforms.
It reinforces the status quo and hides the business improvement opportunity of our time: the standardization of knowledge work.
Mobile knowledge work is a relevant setting (Popescu, 2014) in which to take into account problematization of the relationship between ICTs and information routines.
And that idea will shake the foundations of knowledge work for the years and decades to come.
Columbus and Pittsburgh were more concentrated in knowledge work than the United States in 1992, and this lead grew from 1992 to 2012.
2011 is already proving to be another fruitful year for all those involved in the Making Knowledge Work project.
The IFTDO conference will address HRD issues in four tracks - Knowledge creation and human resource management, Fast forward technologies in education and training, Socio-economic trends and Knowledge work environments.
According to A Fine Balance: The Buying and Selling of Canada, a report released recently by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in association with independent analyst David Ticoll, Canada trails its competitors in the offshoring of knowledge work.
I would put it that there is no analogue to knowledge work anything like the Toyota model is to car manufacturing (1).
TITLE: Thinking For a Living: The Coming Age of Knowledge Work
Knowledge, knowledge work and organizations: An overview and interpretation.
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