What you have learned becomes irrelevant

Share more, Learn more | MARCH 18, 2012 |  ]

the shelf-life of the body of knowledge for a particular technology is growing ever shorter

what you have learned in the past becomes increasingly less relevant

we need to change the balance of our time spent learning, doing and sharing in favor of sharing and learning

to continue to perform the work and deliver the services that are in demand

See also Work Smarter, not Hardertodays innovation becomes tomorrows commodity

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