The Relationship Between Types of Perception and Types of Knowledge

 

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  • March 18, 2010
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In this excerpt from APQC's February 2010 KM community call, Paul Armstrong of eNthusaProve describes the Myers-Briggs perceiving mental function, which deals with how people get data. Armstrong compares sensory perception to explicit knowledge, which focuses on facts and information that can be easily articulated. Intuitive perception is compared to tacit knowledge, which is based on know-how and information that is more difficult to record.

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