Since long I have a feeling that time management and knowledge management are connected, but it wasn’t really clear how. David Gurteen gives a simple answer: time is the currency in the knowledge economy, not money (actually referring to the article by Larry Prusak).
Sure… Most of things we need in knowledge economy – knowledge, trust, conversations – take time.
May be we should redefine effectiveness then: instead of striving to do things faster, we need to take time doing things… Be slower and pay attention… Let knowledge, trust, conversations grow…
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