Strategic ignorance: the new competitive high ground
Assesses the realistic current state of the issues that the modern IT manager has to contend with. Concludes that the resource to be managed is not knowledge but its inverse: ignorance. Argues for an aggressive pursuit of filling knowledge gaps on the part of managers, especially those in an area as rapidly changing as information technology.
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