Knowledge is a commodity today. Information is all around us; we can search for anything online and have the answer almost instantly, regardless of where we are. Filing that information into our memory-banks creates a knowledge-base that is unprecedented in human history.
Most people believe knowledge is power and that success depends on how much a person knows. The ability to regurgitate information is irrelevant unless you can practically apply it to achieve success. The highly learned people of the world, in spite of possessing a great deal of education and knowledge, are not the millionaires of 21st Century. Henry Ford, inventor of the automobile and the founder of the Ford Motor Company had only but a few years of schooling. Turning knowledge into great solutions and applications is the key to success in the Information Age.
Passionate curiosity and critical thinking lead to innovation and should be the hallmarks of our value proposition. Skills like collaboration and critical thinking can be used to apply knowledge and start down the path of solving problems. Sure, generating novel, adaptive ideas is risky and opens us up to all sorts of criticism, but mistakes are opportunities to learn and adapt. As long as we're learning, mistakes are not failures. We approach learning opportunities as a way to gain deep understanding and not just a time to memorize information.
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