Monday, May 31, 2010

Do you have a mission critical job?

Could you accidental trigger a chain of events that could seriously affect (negatively) a large number of people?

If you can, then this post is for you.

We all make mistakes. The only things we can do to mitigate this certainty is to: 1)increase our knowledge on how to detect events that can lead to disastrous consequences, and 2) become an expert on quickly addressing situations set in motion by catastrophic chains of events.

If knowledge is the only solution to mitigate the risk of a catastrophe, do you think that the "knowledge records" of those people with mission critical jobs, should be of the public domain?

The knowledge economy is slowly changing society. What each person knows is increasingly becoming of the public domain, especially if a person has a mission critical job. The ability to assess each individual's "true knowledge" - what the person can prove to know -, in a way that respects the individual right to privacy, will be the next big social challenge.

Are you getting ready to document your "true knowledge"? Sarah Palin wasn't.

Do you want to take control of your "true knowledge", or do you want Google to do it for you?

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