The 10 Processes of using Knowledge Models

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10 Processes = 1 bringing value - 9 steps bringing costs.

Applies to personal and collaborative knowledge management.

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  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • creation, externalisation, TIME PASSES, retrieval, usage
  • The 10 Processes of using Knowledge Models

    1. 1. The 10 Processes of using Knowledge Models Max Völkel, 2009 This cover slide is black, because slideshare users are more likely to click on dark backgrounds. See slideshare blog.
    2. 2. 1) Create knowledge <ul><li>Think and solve a problem in the world </li></ul>1) create knowledge
    3. 3. 2) Codify <ul><li>Externalise your thoughts into external form </li></ul>1) create knowledge 2) codify knowledge model
    4. 4. 3) Augment <ul><li>Add more content, more strucuture and/or more formality to my stuff </li></ul><ul><li>Investment in personal knowledge model </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify knowledge model
    5. 5. 4) Export <ul><li>Convert stuff from my knowledge model to external content formats and structures </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 4) export knowledge model
    6. 6. 5) Share <ul><li>Make stuff from my knowledge model available to others </li></ul><ul><li>Share-by-reference or share-by-copy </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 4) export, 5) share knowledge model
    7. 7. 6) Receive <ul><li>Receiving stuff from external contacts </li></ul><ul><li>Evaluating if that stuff should be used (=imported, see next slide) </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 4) export, 5) share 6) receive knowledge model
    8. 8. 7) Import <ul><li>Importing stuff from existing content formats and structures into my knowledge model </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 4) export, 5) share 6) receive 7) import knowledge model
    9. 9. 8) Retrieve <ul><li>Searching for stuff in my personal knowledge model </li></ul><ul><li>Active notifactions from the knowledge model </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 8) retrieve 4) export, 5) share 6) receive 7) import knowledge model
    10. 10. 9) Use <ul><li>Doing something in the real world </li></ul><ul><li>The only process step generating value </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 8) retrieve 9) use 4) export, 5) share 6) receive 7) import knowledge model
    11. 11. 10) Reflect <ul><li>Reflect on personal knowledge management </li></ul><ul><li>Improve personal processes </li></ul>1) create knowledge 3) augment (content, structure, and formality) 2) codify 8) retrieve 9) use 4) export, 5) share 6) receive 7) import knowledge model 10) reflect

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