“PKM: A set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world and work more effectively.” (HJ)
Personal knowledge management means taking control of your professional development, and staying connected in the digital workplace:
PKM Workshops for groups of 10 or more.
An example of PKM for a Corporate Audience (Domino’s Pizza)
PKM, and my Seek > Sense > Share framework, are discussed in Dan Pink’s book, To Sell is Human:
To make sense of the world, for ourselves and those we hope to move, we must wade through a mass of material flowing at us every day – selecting what’s relevant and discarding what’s not. (p. 147)
- Personal – according to one’s abilities, interests & motivation (not directed by external forces).
- Knowledge – connecting information to experience (know what, know who, know how).
- Management – getting things done (not being managed).
PKM gives you a framework to develop a network of people and sources of information that you can draw from on a daily basis. It a process of filtering, creating and discerning so that you spend less time answering email or finding that great presentation you saw, and more time focused on being a better practitioner of your craft.
Post & Article: The Seek > Sense > Share Framework (2014)
Detailed explanation of some of the components in a PKM framework: PKM in 34 pieces
Link: More posts on PKM