Can it be unnecessary to look for information?

A lot of thinking around corporate data systems is making information easy to find. Experts (we are told) spend too much time looking for information, or aligning it.
What if they never had to search for information at all?
Ok some people are going to have to spend time looking for information. Researchers and detectives for example.
But most of us shouldn’t. We have complex expert work to do, but we’re predictable enough that the information could be right there.
Our systems are nowhere near designed that way. How can we get closer to it?

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