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Personal Knowledge Mastery

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PKM is a unified framework of individually constructed enabling processes to help each of us make sense of our world, work more effectively, and contribute to society. PKM means taking control of your professional development, and staying connected in the network era, whether you are an employee, self-employed, or between jobs.

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Personal Knowledge Mastery

  1. 1. PKM is a unified framework of individually- constructed enabling processes to help each of us make sense of our world, work more effectively, and contribute to society. What is
 Personal Knowledge Mastery? jarche.com/pkm
  2. 2. Personal Knowledge Mastery Personal — according to one’s abilities, interests, & motivation not directed by external forces Knowledge — understanding information and experience 
 in order to act upon it know what, know who, know how Mastery — the journey from apprentice to disciplined 
 sense-maker and sharer of knowledge masters do not need to be managed jarche.com
  3. 3. the seek > sense > share framework Seeking is finding things out and keeping up to date. Building a network of colleagues not only allows us to pull information, but also have it pushed to us by trusted sources. Good curators are valued members of knowledge networks. Sensing is how we personalize information and use it. Sensing includes reflection and putting into practice what we have learned. It requires active experimentation, as we learn best by doing. Sharing includes exchanging resources, ideas, and experiences with our knowledge networks as well as collaborating with colleagues. jarche.com
  4. 4. a new economy informalformal how we learn knowledge we needexplicit implicit unique
 customized work routine standardized jobs Network Economy Market Economy intangibletangible value we create jarche.com
  5. 5. curiosity creativity empathy passion humour compliance diligence intelligence perseverance analysis network era job-shift fewer routine, standardized jobs 1975 2015 unique
 customized work routine standardized jobs 1995 jarche.com Information Market Economy Creative Network Economy machines are better humans are better talentlabour > people replaced by automation > people enhanced by connectivity human oversight
  6. 6. hierarchical & structured networked & open Longer-term Networks Shorter-term Communities Flash Work Teams diversity learning trust the future of work ideas & information implicit knowledge reputation jarche.com social capital opportunity-driven & cooperative goal oriented & collaborative
  7. 7. Gain Awareness in Networks serendipity Test Alternatives in Communities safe-to-fail Take Action in Flash Work Teams temporary, negotiated hierarchies PKM: lifelong learning in a network economy seek > sense > share seek new knowledge make sense of knowledge share lessons learned jarche.com share knowledge opportunity-driven & cooperative goal oriented & collaborative hierarchical & structured networked & open
  8. 8. seek share Personal Knowledge Mastery sense netw orks com m unities team s jarche.com filter create discern connecting work and learning in the creative network economy
  9. 9. The objective is to help professionals become knowledge catalysts jarche.com
  10. 10. jarche.com leaders in the network era must be knowledge catalysts
  11. 11. 2. questioning 3. experimentation 4. networking 1. observation *The Little Black Book of Innovation Scott Anthony (2011) sense seek share jarche.com PKM: aligned with innovation’s 4 key steps*
  12. 12. • United Cities & Local Governments (uclg.org) • University of Nebraska Extension Network • UK National Health Service • Carlsberg Breweries • Domino’s Pizza • ING Bank • CITI Bank PKM in Organizations
  13. 13. • University of Limerick, Kemmy Business School (IE) • University of Southern Queensland (AU) • Tampere University of Technology (FI) • University of Pennsylvania (US) • University of Ottawa (CA) • Bangor University (UK) PKM in Higher Education
  14. 14. 1. Networks, Communities, and Teams 2. Seek > Sense > Share 3. Critical Thinking 4. People (Experts, Connectors, Seekers, Catalysts) 5. Curating 6. Establishing Your Practice Online PKM Workshop Outline: 60 Days jarche.com
  15. 15. • The Future of Work in Perpetual Beta • Self-organization • Network Era Principles & Models • How to Map Your Networks • The seek > sense > share framework explained • How to integrate your learning & work • Leadership is Learning • How to examine the effects of (social) media On-site PKM Workshop: One Day jarche.com
  16. 16. https://hbr.org/2015/10/the-best-leaders-are-constant-learners
  17. 17. Harold Jarche “Harold has the rare talent of being both a thought leader and a pragmatic communicator. He is a pioneer in personal knowledge mastery — a skill just beginning to be recognized as critical in our digital age.” —Jane McConnell web > jarche.com email > harold@jarche.com twitter > @hjarche
  18. 18. author: perpetual beta series
  19. 19. international keynotes
  20. 20. PKM Described Presentation at Learning Technologies conference, London, 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqZbcFDufuc

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