I mean I may tell you that I mean I am an analytics person, I’m a data analyst, I’m a data scientist, I have backgrounds in so on and so forth, but I can’t tell you everything that I know. I mean do you–I may be–maybe I know a particular knowledge.
I know like for example, I know neuroscience and very few people in the social industry knows about this because my PhD is actually neuroscience and maybe in some areas that requires some knowledge of how the human brain works and if I don’t explicitly declare that sometimes it’s very hard for people to find out that I have that skill, but making the problem visible to me, I’ll say, that’s an obvious problem. I know how to solve that because I know what I know.
Other people don’t know what I know, but making the problem explicit and visible to everybody, you have many more pairs of eyes to look at the problem and giving everybody a chance to say that, whether there’s something that I can do or I cannot do, so you essentially tackle a bigger problem and you find the skill necessary to tackle this problem faster and easier. I think that’s one of the big, big difference.