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 […]

How I build my PKM compass from my goals

By Bruno Winck on Friday, July 15th, 2016 in Methodology. 3 Comments

I keep coming to this compass Idea. I wish to go back to it with some new ideas before we get into sorting incoming fragments. Having a compass is the way to make sure we stay on the right track as we keep discovering new ideas, reading new posts, receiving messages. It’s easy to be […]

Identifying what’s coming in

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 in Methodology. 1 Comment

When I stopped thinking in term of Knowledge, the obvious alternative was to think in term of Information. Instantly I slip on step further to Information flows and what is coming to me. This post is a follow of A PKM Clean Start and is part of the 30 days Brainstorm Challenge initiated by Shannon […]

50 Shades of Working Out Loud

By Bruno Winck on Monday, June 6th, 2016 in Methodology, Working Out Loud. 5 Comments

Nowadays everyone is adopting Working Out Loud and/or Show your work. How comes people don’t describe the same practice when they get in detail into it? How comes the more I practice, the less I recognize myself in what thought leaders describe as Working Out Loud? Did I abuse the reading of rebels like @VioletaNedkova […]

The Tao of Twitter lists

By Bruno Winck on Sunday, April 10th, 2016 in Methodology. 5 Comments

Tao is an ancient Chinese philosophy that influenced Zen a Japanese lifestyle practice. I named my post like this because I felt that those ideas and guidelines will let you regain a Zen-like practice of Twitter and social media. To master something and reach zen-itude we need to understand the forces and concepts underneath and […]

The Compass of an Independent Learner

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, March 10th, 2016 in Methodology, Professional Development. 2 Comments

An independent learner is a lifelong self-directed learner who retain the control of his compass. He resists to influencers, react moderately to short-term events, and keep his eyes fixed on his final objectives. The Compass is Fragile and Precious Back in sail long haul navigation, the compass was a fragile yet overly precious part of […]

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