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Knowledge and the Post-Capitalist Society
"Knowledge is power, which is why people who had it in the past often tried
to make a secret of it. In post-capitalism, power comes from transmitting information
to make it productive, not from hiding it."
(1995). "The Post-Capitalist Executive," in
Managing in a Time of Great Change, Penguin, New York, NY.
On Intelligence: 'Artificial' and 'Real'
"[I]t is rather ironic that the application of artificial intelligence to manufacturing
is becoming a popular topic. If intelligence is so helpful to manufacturing in artificial
form, then why have the benefits of the real intelligence overlooked so far."
J. (1994).Competitive Advantage
through People: Unleashing the Power of the Work Force, Harvard Business School
Imagination: More Important than Knowledge?
"Imagination is more important than Knowledge."
-- Albert Einstein cited in Osborn,A.F. (1985). Applied Imagination: Principles and
Procedures of Creative Problem-Solving, Charles Scribner's Sons, Bombay, India