Personal Knowledge Mastery
How do you make sense of all the data, information, and knowledge that passes by you each day? How do you connect with other professionals? PKM can be your compass.
The Personal Knowledge Mastery workshop, conducted over 40 days, comprises 18 activities (60–90 minutes each), spaced through six weeks, in addition to resources, links and tips. Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday a new assignment is posted in the online community space. Participants can work on their own or share with others as they like. At the end of the workshop, an additional 14 days are provided for reflection or catch-up, so participants have access for 54 days in total.
The latest PKM workshop began 04 August 2014 (to 12 September). The next workshop will be announced here (TBD). Custom workshops for organizations can also be arranged.
Price: $199 (13% HST included for Canadian purchasers)
* approximately £119 or €149
Participants will receive email confirmation and log-in information within 12 hours of registering.
See workshop outline below.
PKM is a set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world and work more effectively. PKM means taking control of your professional development, and staying connected in the network era, whether you an employee, self-employed, or between jobs. The active practice of PKM can help increase Connections, develop Meaning, and improve Autonomy, all necessary skills in the network era. This can be the beginning of your journey to personal knowledge mastery.
“I signed up, read a few pages, already had 2-3 deep learnings! BOOM!” – Jonathan Anthony
“As a master mapping out a pathway for followers, I think you’ve neatly avoided the common trap of being overly prescriptive and kept it to a minimum of discrete steps.” – Chris Mansell
“Therefore, if I were to comment on this program, Harold, I’d have to say it’s brilliant: it offers something for all of us. But it’s up to each of us to take what you offer; make SENSE of it and filter it to identify information that is immediately useful vs useful later vs less useful, then SHARE key insights formed as a result of having gone through this process.” – Chemene Sinson
“I encourage you to sign up for the workshop in Personal Knowledge Mastery.” – Kenneth Mikkelsen
For more information on PKM
- PKM Workshop Rationale
- Lessons Learned from Workshop Participants
- 4 Skills of PKM: Sense-making; Media Literacy; Social Intelligence; Cognitive Load Management
Workshop Outline (this may have slight modifications)
1. Networks, Communities & Teams
2. Seek > Sense > Share
- Adding Value
3. Critical Thinking
- Tentative Opinions
- Add Value
6. Teaching & Telling
- Keep it Short
- Be Interrogative
- Tell a Story