1. Peter F. Drucker, Managing for Results: Economic Tasks and Risk-Taking Decisions (New York: Harper & Row, 1964), 5.
2. We thus focus on a subset of the topic of knowledge; in our personal library alone, several bookshelves are lined with excellent works on knowledge. We have not the space to list all those authors here, and for that we beg pardon of them, and of our readers.
3. Malik Om, “Why Vinod Khosla May Be the Best Venture Capitalist on the Planet,” Red Herring, 13 February 2001, 43.
4. Moreover, we recognize that experts function in a social milieu and that their expertise is usually grounded in real-world practice. Therefore, while we draw heavily upon the research of cognitive scientists in defining expertise and distinguishing ...