Marzena Swigon. PKM & PEM


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Marzena Swigon. PKM & PEM

  1. 1. Personal Knowledge Management (PKM)and Personal Employability Management (PEM)– Concepts Based on Competences<br />Marzena Świgoń<br />University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland<br />ECIC 2011<br />3rd EuropeanConference on Intellectual CapitalUniversity of Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus18-19 April 2011<br />
  2. 2. KSC universaltypology<br />Knowledge<br />Skills<br />Competences<br />American approach: competency (pl. competencies) – attributes of an individualand/+ British approach: competence (pl. competences ) – demands of the job(Winterton 2009)<br />PKM – origin, definitions, models<br />Employability – perspectives, dimensions<br />PKM & PEM skills and competences<br />OutlinePersonalKnowledge Management & PersonalEmployability Management<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  3. 3. Competences<br /><ul><li>cognitive competence</li></ul>(knowledge and understanding)<br /><ul><li>functional competence</li></ul>(skills)<br /><ul><li>social competence</li></ul>(attitudes and behaviours)<br /><ul><li>meta-competence</li></ul>Basic skills<br /><ul><li>behavioural and personal skills</li></ul>(e.g. flexibility, self learning, motivation and commitment, decision making)<br /><ul><li>cross section and basic work and technical skills</li></ul>(e.g. quality awareness, entrepreneurship, work and project organisation)<br /><ul><li>soft and method skills</li></ul>(e.g. communication and moderation, languages and culture, collaboration, creative, information handling, documentation and presentation)<br />Knowledge – skills – competences (KSC)<br />(Winterton and Stringfellow 2005)<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  4. 4. PKM - set of skills, attitudes, methods that lead to more effective cognition, communication, collaboration, creativity, problem solving, lifelong learning etc. (Jefferson 2006; Pauleen 2009; Świgoń 2009)<br />PKM aspires to foster the development and utilisation of personal knowledge and competencies (Pircher 2010)<br />1998 - workshops for MBA students at UCLA Anderson School of Management, and then in Tabor School of Business at Millikin University (Frand and Hixon 1998; Avery et al. 2001; Frand and Lippincott 2002)<br />PKM (1/2)PersonalKnowledge Management <br />ECIC 2011<br />
  5. 5. personalin PKM<br />personalknowledge<br />(PK)M, P(KM), (PKM) (Zhang 2009)<br />variety of PKM models(Świgoń 2010)<br />model PKM 2.0(Cheong and Tsui 2010) <br />Personal Information Management (PIM)<br />Personal Knowledge Internalization (PKI)<br />Personal Wisdom Creation (PWC) and<br />Inter-Personal Knowledge Transferring (IKT)<br />PKM (2/2)<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  6. 6. employability<br />of the workforce<br />as human resource strategy<br />of individuals (Rothwell, Jewell and Hardie 2009)<br />2) and 3) - ability to keep the job one has or to get the job one desires(Rothwell and Arnold 2007)<br />PersonalEmployabilityManagement (PEM) – self perceived employability of individuals (skills and competences in a work context)<br />Employability and PEM (1/2)<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  7. 7. determined by factors<br />within the control of the individual<br />that are outside their control (Clarke 2008)<br />continuous fulfilling, acquiring or creating of work through the optimal use of competences (Van derHeijde and Van derHeijden 2006)<br />five dimensions:<br />occupational expertise<br />anticipation and optimisation<br />personal flexibility<br />corporate sense<br />balance<br />Employability and PEM (2/2)<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  8. 8. Employability(Mallough andKleiner2001)<br />management skills<br />computer and other technical skills<br />communications skills<br />organisational skills<br />specific skills<br />generalskills<br />psychologicalskills<br />interaction and networking<br />educational and vocational training<br />skills gained from the educational process<br />interviewing and resume skills<br />PKM (Barth2004)<br />accessing information and ideas<br />evaluating<br />organizing<br />analyzing <br />collaborating<br />conveying<br />securing<br />PKM (Wright2005) <br />cognitive competences<br />information competences<br />social competences<br />learning and development competences<br />Skills and competences(examples of lists)<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  9. 9. Personal skills and competences<br />self-knowledge (of strong and weak points), professional/occupational knowledge, expertise, writing, reading, foreign languages; motivation and commitment, active attitude, problem solving, decision making, creativity, analysis, learning and self-development, reflecting etc.<br />Interpersonal skills and competences<br />knowledge about macro/world and micro/local environment; listening, talking, communicating, conveying; teamwork, collaborating creating of relationships, socializing, coordinating etc.<br />Information and technological skills and competences<br />knowledge about information sources; information retrieving, storing, sending, presenting, distributing, securing, evaluating, organizing etc.<br />PKM & PEM skills and competences<br />ECIC 2011<br />
  10. 10. effectiveness of individuals in all spheres of life (private and professional)<br />PKM as a support of employability<br />benefits for whole organisations and society (personal knowledge - a part of intellectual capital)<br />The author’s empirical studies in the scope of PKM & PEM<br />are under way and will be reported soon.<br />Thank you<br /><br />ConclusionPersonalKnowledge Management & PersonalEmployability Management<br />ECIC 2011<br />