In today’s rapidly evolving technology society changes are too frequent for us to be able to keep up with continuously increasing knowledge and skills requirements. One single person cannot obtain, not to mention retain, even a fraction of all the knowledge currently available in our world. Instead, we need to learn how to efficiently connect separate pieces of knowledge – both within and outside of ourselves – and build knowledgable relationships. These relationships should be built between people, but also between pockets of knowledge.
Part of learning to construct knowledge networks is understanding the varied sources of knowledge that are available to us, and how we need to use them differently to become modern Renaissance testers.