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Interview for IT and Knowledge management | Reply
What kind of IT knowledge does someone need in order to pass an interview for consulting in knowledge management?

The best I can think of is that experience in design and development arguably makes someone know cheaper/faster/more_robust design that can easily code (with the least intrusion, using email data for example) into data or structure, store the most relevant, and easily retrieve relevant knowledge (without being queried explicitly) while scale enough and accomodate the most likely future change. Experience in software implementation makes someone able to accomodate office politics.

Anything else?
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