A knowledge product is a result of human thought that has value. It is an important element of economic output as an increasingly large percentage of the workforce are regarded as knowledge workers who produce knowledge. The following are illustrative examples of a knowledge product.
Stories such as a advertising pitch or work of literature.Information such as a documentary, webpage or presentation.Design such as a floor plan for an interior.Analysis such as recommendations for improving a business process.
An engineering design for a machine.A paper that establishes a scientific theory.Media such as music and movies.
ArtWorks of art such as a painting.Plans to achieve objectives. For example, a strategy to reduce quality problems on a production line.
The output of a knowledge process is often a decision or recommendation. For example, a recommendation for cutting costs in an economic downturn.
PrinciplesPrinciples used to guide future strategies, plans, designs, decisions and work.
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