Information Bias And Production

First information bias, is a natural human tendency to heavily remember the first bit of information learned on a subject and can be held in higher regard in later conversations, up to 5 times more than other bits of information.

Repetitive data can also have a an effect creating a bias view of a situation, badly trained individuals can create bad things, especially if there is no other source of information.

A pre seeding of an idea can influence a perspective of a situation, which can effect actions in a scenario negatively, subjecting individuals to false information, where other information is not available over long periods of time can cause an overall negative effect, this can effect small individual parts of a larger process.

A small error in an overall big process can cause problems which are hard to detects, just as the process, the detection of a problem is also a process.

When a subject is learned, it is wise to learn other ideas to do with same subject equally and constantly question when dealing with the practical application of that subject, then compairing what is known to new information, this will allow a flexible an efficient process in a practical situation.

Normally when learning information, it is acquired in a theoretical way, this is purely knowledge, unlike experience, facts are better formed with practical application of knowledge.

It is good practice to attempt multiple directions from different forms of knowledge to find the best way of practice, setting this as an earlier practice in it self creates a good habit, allows a person to be flexible which increases the chance to advance a skill by finding a better way.

Experimentation and testing in practical situations provides experience and allows an individual to search for a better way to produce more effectively by increasing the efficiency of a process, the overall production of value increases if what is produced is a better product.

Experimentation can also produce new products when new things are discovered which if useful, has a value.

Acquiring new information should never be ignored over old information to help further overall knowledge, the attempt of new practical application can improve skill, when the process of practical application fails, this also is an improvement of skill by knowing what does not work, to further avoid what future failure.

New knowledge may require a bit more practice than just one attempt to learn, a small bit of practice maybe required to acquire further skills to improve the process of the practical application of a skill, and failure at first practice of a skill does not mean the process will always fail, out of a few attempts, if one attempt works, then it is possible to work.

Understanding when a process will always fail, or fail due to lack of skill and practice can improve the overall practical knowledge gain from experience.

Knowing and avoiding what is less effective, less efficient and impractical improves the knowledge of experience gained, know what not to do is just as important for avoiding errors in the production process.

Understanding knowledge of a situation may not be accurate to a scenario and can greatly mislead a person into danger.

Compartmentalization of individual processes can greatly reduce communication between compartments and can be damaging the overall process, with reduced communication between compartments in a process, errors are less likely to be known, and new knowledge is harder to obtained in the practice of the process.

People can share knowledge between individuals even if the knowledge is not practiced by the individual passing on the knowledge, watching other people practice a process is also valid knowledge that can be passed on.