What is a Knowledge Worker? A knowledge worker is someone whose job entails having really interesting conversations at work

It was Peter Drucker who first introduced the term “Knowledge Worker” in his book Landmarks of Tomorrow in 1959. But what is a Knowledge Worker? Every knowledge worker in modern organization is an “executive” if, by virtue of his position or knowledge, he is responsible for a contribution that materially affects the capacity of the … Continue reading What is a Knowledge Worker? A knowledge worker is someone whose job entails having really interesting conversations at work

Let’s have more interesting conversations It's our job

In the book the The ClueTrain Manifesto, David Weinberger says: Business is a conversation because the defining work of business is conversation – literally. And ‘knowledge workers’ are simply those people whose job consists of having interesting conversations. It’s always struck me that David didn’t say productive conversations or conversations with “hard outcomes” – he … Continue reading Let’s have more interesting conversations It’s our job