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  Is ignorance really the new knowledge? 03 December 2003  
Is ignorance really the new knowledge? The latest Harvard Business Review urges managers to display their ignorance in order to achieve greater knowledge. And at Tate Modern the Story of Art investigates how we can learn by finding out how little we know. So can ignorance actually be desirable?

Jenni is joined by Lucy Kellaway, Business Commentator for the Financial Times and Emma Kay, whose exhibition about ignorance opens this week at Tate Modern

Emma Kay's Story of Art installation is at Tate Modern, London - see website for details

Tate Modern - Emma Kay

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