Hmmm. I don't disagree with plagarism in this instance. I know... I know... It is lazy and dishonest. I am an accountant by trade so there really isn't a reason for me to learn any of this except for the fact that i woud rather put some work on the front end and never have to touch it again.
The only reason I know VBA, SQL, or UNIDATA is because I am inherently lazy and I would rather make the system do the work for me. Build it once and just tweak it every now and then... That is efficiency.
If my manager or a client asks me how long a specific project will take, I am dishonest. I say two weeks when I know it will take me a couple of hours. To me, it isn't dishonesty, it is managing expectations.
If you set up a blog and copy paste information on your blog, you forever have a "cheat sheet" to reference. In my opinion, it is good documentation.
How many times have you attended EXPENSIVE training, and somehow, everyone that attended lost their materials?