I vote for process. It’s given that gathering a knowledge database or prioritizing procedural execution depend upon experience (and therefore time). The chance of at least stumbling upon (in the worst case) an elegant solution still promotes a definite shift in favor of accelerated (and healthy) growth patterns. Exuberant data collection certainly improves sensory excellence, but it still may not entirely compensate so well for the (equally as likely, if not more so) chancing upon elegance. Laborious information collection may well easily be lapped by competent analysis.
I hope we might examine what are often perceived as (though not at all necessarily), conflicting aspects of knowledge and wisdom. Intelligence implies a gathering of information, while ascertaining wisdom more often demands the refining of process. Which do you find to be more important?