A practical guide to Lifelong Self-Directed Learning

By Bruno Winck on Friday, March 16th, 2018 in Methodology. No Comments

Ambiance Yesterday night I shared the dinner table with 3 young Japanese at the backpacker’s lodge of Alice Springs. They just came back from Uluru and were on their way back to Japan. One faced me and asked. Could you share your trick for work? When I’ll be back in Japan, I start right away […]

The Ideal PKM Week

By Bruno Winck on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 in Methodology. No Comments

Last week #PKMChat was on the ideal week for practicing #PKM. This post to collects the best contributions. For each tweet, you can click on the date to see the conversation around it. You can use those are actionable items to enhance your own practice. Use transition times for exploration, seeking interesting news. some activities […]

Personal Knowledge Meze

By Bruno Winck on Monday, April 10th, 2017 in #PKMChat, Half Baked, Methodology, Professional Development. 2 Comments

A culinary metaphor A meze is a meal made of 6 or more small dishes common around Eastern Mediterranean sea. People pick from each dishes to compose their own meal. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meze Personal Knowledge Meze is a good explanation of what is PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) and it shares the same Three Letter Acronym. Personal knowledge […]

The 3 Levels of Knowledge

By Bruno Winck on Friday, July 22nd, 2016 in Learning, Methodology. 3 Comments

The more I live in the Knowledge Management business, the more I realize that there is no common understanding of what is Knowledge. The more I try to define it, the more I realize it’s about connections and actions. Knowledge is alive, it must go on. Level 1: Facts Lists Many people confuse knowing and […]

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