Corporate Learning Long Tail and Attention Crisis
FEBRUARY 19, 2008
The average knowledge worker has access to an increasingly large set of information resources and corporate learning is an ever smaller part of this set. Cost is most often not a factor in a knowledge workers decision about the use of information. As a quick example, we choose our preferred search engine in large part because we feel it will be the best investment of time to find the best quality information. How do we foster knowledge worker skills?