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Started 9th Apr, 2019

How is information different from explicit knowledge

Is information not similar to explicit knowledge given the difference between tacit and explicit as follows:
Tacit knowledge (knowing-how): knowledge embedded in the human mind through experience and jobs. Know-how and learning embedded within the minds of people. Personal wisdom and experience, context-specific, more difficult to extract and codify. Tacit knowledge Includes insights, intuitions. Explicit knowledge (knowing-that): knowledge codified and digitized in books, documents, reports, memos, etc. Documented information that can facilitate action. Knowledge what is easily identified, articulated, shared and employed. and Information is processed data. Information has a meaning and is organized for some purpose. It could be in the shape of reports, manuals and books. So my Question is how is Explicit knowledge and Information are different.?

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