The case for PKM

Clark Quinn

Apparently, an acquaintance challenged my colleague Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Mastery (PKM) model. So, I’ve talked about PKM before , but I want to elaborate. Here’s my take on the case for PKM. PKM integrates different frameworks, and creates a practical approach. The post The case for PKM appeared first on Learnlets.

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SAHANA CHATTOPADHYAY – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

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Sahana Chattopadhyay – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

This includes areas of her expertise from the effectiveness of MOOCs in corporate learning to informal learning, collaboration, community management and organizational culture. The focus must be on people, mindset and culture. Learnnovators: You seem to be passionate about discussing organizational culture. You say, “The culture of an organization will also play a crucial role in whether employees are enabled and empowered to think and act autonomously”.

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Personal Learning Networks: For Ongoing Learning in a Connected World

ID Reflections

I would also like to emphasize that PLN is intricately linked to one''s personal knowledge management (PKM) capabilities. Diverse here implies cognitive diversity -- arising from different world-views, cultural perspectives, varied educational background, and possessing different problem-solving frameworks and heuristics. Collaboration organizational learning pkm PLN social learning

7 Strategies to Facilitate "Working Out Loud"

ID Reflections

Given that the organization culture encourages sharing and transparency, it still takes some effort to create a community space that is safe. Finally, here is a check-list from Austin Kleon from Show Your Work: Collaboration future_of_work pkm PLN social learning wol

Week's Learning #2

ID Reflections

link] … What Great Companies Know About Culture - @HarvardBiz [link] … #culture Although this post is more than 3 years old and #culture has been discussed ad infinitum, it’s still one of those elusive organizational aspects that everyone talks about in vague terms. Six Components of a Great Corporate #Culture - Vision. learning pkm Twitter I am continuing with the summary of what I have learned from Twitter the last.

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Workplace Learning in a World “Beyond Automation”

Learnnovators

The table below captures the shifts as I see it: I have been writing about social and collaborative learning, the importance of communities of practices and networked learning skills like building one’s PLN and PKM for some time now. Given that the culture of an organization will also play a crucial role in whether employees are enabled and empowered to think and act autonomously, that is a complex topic related to reinventing organizations and their underlying structures.

Week's Learning #1

ID Reflections

Forbes : What it takes to create a strong corporate culture: [link] @edutopia : Growth Mindset, Jedi edition: [link]. learning pkm Twitter Following Harold Jarche''s example of Friday''s Finds , I thought where better to collate and synthesize my week’s learning from Twitter than on my blog. Here’s the first of the series.

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Friday Finds | July 13, 2018

Mike Taylor

This unique event is a full day of virtual events (July 18th in Australia and the UK/July 17th in the US), bringing together experts from around the world to share actionable advice on learning design, learning analytics, digital learning, social learning, continuous learning cultures and much more. Friday5 learning Learning Science PowerPoint Workplace Learning Conference PKM Webinar ToolsLooking for a previous edition? Check out the archives.

Social Learning is Voluntary; Collaboration Platforms are Enablers

ID Reflections

This feeling of being in competition leads to an internal organizational culture of knowledge hoarding as a source of power and growth. What this eventually leads to is a culture where sharing and collaboration is internally stifled. The culture of the organization does. Individuals will get their work done by talking to peers, reaching out to their network, and bringing their #pln and #pkm to work. Collaboration culture social learning

Skills for the Networked World

ID Reflections

Wikipedia ( [link] The skills and behaviours like working out loud , building one''s PLN and PKM, digital sense-making , and such require the sort of meta-cognition skills described above. The Seek>Sense>Share PKM model described by Harold Jarche and similar model by others rest on our critical thinking and cognitive abilities. Collaboration future_of_work pkm PLN Workplace Learning

Unpacking collaboration and cooperation?

Clark Quinn

My colleague, Harold Jarche ( the PKM guy), has maintained that cooperation is of more value than collaboration. Less intently, it may be a ‘show your work’ type of thing, where the organizational culture is supporting sharing, but it’s also an expectation.

Social Learning Cannot Be A Bolt-On Strategy

Learnnovators

In such cultural settings, social learning naturally fails in spite of state of the art enterprise collaboration platforms and other technology. Most organizations are still missing the cultural aspect of it. It’s a strategic approach to shaping a business culture, highly dependent upon executive leadership and corporate strategy, including business process design, risk management, leadership development, financial controls and use of business analytics.

SOCIAL LEARNING CANNOT BE A BOLT-ON STRATEGY

Learnnovators

In such cultural settings, social learning naturally fails in spite of state of the art enterprise collaboration platforms and other technology. Most organizations are still missing the cultural aspect of it. It’s a strategic approach to shaping a business culture, highly dependent upon executive leadership and corporate strategy, including business process design, risk management, leadership development, financial controls and use of business analytics.

Simple Insufficiency

Clark Quinn

And what I haven’t seen, and I’m willing to hear of one, is a comprehensive program that addresses the full suite of skills and culture together that constitute a coherent organization. There are the cultural elements, and skills, and tools, and more. PKM, WoL (SyW), 70:20:10, teaming, collaborating and communicating, etc, are all elements, but they need to be tied together. As things get more complex, organizations are looking to get more agile.

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Performance & Development

Clark Quinn

For execution, we have training, performance support, performance coaching, assistance from others by cooperating, and self-designed or acquired support as part of personal knowledge management (PKM). Underpinning this is a culture where cooperation and collaboration can flourish.

L&D needs New Skills

ID Reflections

Add to that a bit of a cultural sauce, and we have employees waiting to be told what to do, how to do it, and relinquishing control over their professional development. A study by Geert Hofstede on Cultural Dimensions helps us to view this through a different set of lenses. Given below is a comparison between India and the USA across the six cultural dimensions as defined by Hofstede.

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Organizational Knowledge Mastery?

Clark Quinn

If we adapt Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Mastery (or PKM ), which is about Seek-Sense-Share as a mechanism to grow our own abilities, to organizations, we can see a different model. I think the practices and the culture of the organization are more important. But more importantly, sensing what’s going on outside, having diverse interests and a culture of curiosity is going to be the driver for the unexpected opportunities.

Re-imagining Work & Learning in a Networked World

ID Reflections

Or will work itself subsume learning enabled by a transformed L&D / facilitators / coaches / mentors and the "right" organizational culture? L&D will transform organizations to become “social” organizations by facilitating PKM and community management. The transitions is not impossible if there is belief and the right supportive culture. "The nature of work is changing. People’s relationship with work is changing.

The Top Six Things Organizations Must Do to Enable Emergent Learning

ID Reflections

Emergent Learning is a condition and an outcome of organizational culture, strategy and purpose. It empowers learners to build their personal learning networks (PLN) and personal knowledge management (PKM) by leveraging technology to connect a distributed and diverse workforce. It’s not enough to espouse a belief in an open culture; it requires redefining the way leadership functions and their external manifestations.

Working out Loud and Serendipity

ID Reflections

I have been thinking for a long time about what we, as L&D, need to and can do to foster a culture of sharing and collaborative learning to meet the challenges of a distributed workplace with dispersed expertise and complex work situations. Thus, w orking out loud is intrinsically linked to two critical aspects of becoming a good learner -- Personal knowledge Management (PKM) and building one''s Personal Learning Network (PLN).

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The Changing Nature of Workplace Learning

ID Reflections

As an L&D professional who is passionate about self-driven learning, #pkm and #pln, and believe in and evangelize social and informal learning, I realize it''s time to take a step back and do a reality check. To make the change stick, to foster engagement on the ESNs and to create communities in the workplaces, it is essential to dig deeper into the organizational culture. All point to a need for cultural change.

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Managing Learning?

Charles Jennings

Of course external factors – such as other people (especially your manager and your team), technology, prevailing culture, general ‘environmental’ factors, and a range of different elements – can support, facilitate, encourage, and help your learning occur faster, better, with greater impact and so on. The Rise of PKM My diagram above points to PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) as an important focus area in supporting the learning-work interlink.

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Workplace Learning in a World "Beyond Automation"

ID Reflections

The table below captures the shifts as I see it: I have been writing about social and collaborative learning, the importance of communities of practices and networked learning skills like building one's PLN and PKM for some time now. Given that the culture of an organization will also play a crucial role in whether employees are enabled and empowered to think and act autonomously, that is a complex topic related to reinventing organizations and their underlying structures.

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Pick of the Month: August 2012

Jane Hart

” Personal knowledge management is clearly becoming a key workplace skill, and in fact Harold Jarche, in Please tell me about your PKM , takes it one step further … “I think that asking, “ What can you do for the organization today?” , would be a better way to start an interview. Imagine an interview beginning with, “Good day, Mister Jones, please sit down and tell us about your PKM.”

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Uberizing Organizational Learning – Thinking Beyond Courses

ID Reflections

L&D needs to don the curator’s hat – a critical 21 st Century skill – that requires an ability to seek, sense and share ( Harold Jarche’s PKM model ) relevant content for a defined target audience. Build a culture of feedback – Uber relies heavily on the ratings provided by users as well as the drivers. A culture of feedback encourages transparency, highlights inefficiencies, and make improvements an ongoing process. Designing courses is passé!

LearnTrends: The Immernet Singularity

Experiencing eLearning

Knowledge Management is an oxymoron–you can’t manage knowledge Very interesting seeing this perspective after Harold’s PKM presentation yesterday. Use a standardized process when working with people in different regions–cultural disconnects. They do interviews and produce videos about cultures, rated by their peers. These are my live blogged notes from Tony O’Driscoll’s LearnTrends session on The Immernet Singularity.

What’s hot in Working Smarter in October

Jay Cross

PKM in 34 pieces. Much of my work on PKM has been inspired by others. ‘Sense-making is where the real personal value of PKM lies. In the PKM framework of Seek, Sense, Share it is often sense-making that is most difficult to master. Here’s the thinking: We start with the culture of the organization. PKM Workshop 2013 HAROLD JARCHE | SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2013. HAROLD JARCHE. OCTOBER 29, 2013.

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The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

ID Reflections

What will emerge is a network of diverse and connected workers skilled at PKM learning together to develop skills they can apply to their work. Moreover, a global talent pool will require cultural sensitivity and an inclusive mindset from L&D, HR and the organization. I am not the kind to crystal gaze. I lay no claim to being able to predict the future. Now that my disclaimers are in place, let me explain the premise of the post title and what I intend to discuss in this post.

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Mentoring Results

Clark Quinn

Eileen Clegg from the Future of Talent Institute (and colleague, we co-wrote the Extremophiles chapter for Creating a Learning Culture ) pinged me the other day and asked about my thoughts on the intersection of: The new role of managers in the results-oriented work environment ( ROWE ). As a component, learners need to develop their PKM/PLN (personal knowledge management, personal learning network).

The Top Six Things Organizations Must Do to Enable Emergent Learning

Learnnovators

Emergent Learning is a condition and an outcome of organizational culture, strategy and purpose. It empowers learners to build their personal learning networks (PLN) and personal knowledge management (PKM) by leveraging technology to connect a distributed and diverse workforce. It’s not enough to espouse a belief in an open culture; it requires redefining the way leadership functions and their external manifestations.

Context is King: Excerpts from posts and articles - Part I

ID Reflections

PKM: our part of the social learning contract Creating good content on a platform that lets users (teachers & learners) add context may be the the real killer application in education. Rather, it’s often deeply culturally specific and socially bound: often, outsiders can’t even make head or tail of what’s really deeply powerful context, because they don’t understand the signs or language connected consumers have evolved. ~

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Looking Back On 2015

Nick Leffler

Idea Management and Design – You Mean PKM? — This was a new term to me, but it turns out to closely follow a term that I was already familiar with, PKM. I started to touch on the learning culture/training culture differences in this article and just recently I wrote a more in-depth post on that topic. Training Culture vs Learning Culture – A Mind Shift — Many organizations confuse a training culture with a learning culture.

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The Changing Nature of Workplace Learning

Learnnovators

As an L&D professional who is passionate about self-driven learning, #pkm and #pln, and believe in and evangelize social and informal learning, I realize it’s time to take a step back and do a reality check. To make the change stick, to foster engagement on the ESNs and to create communities in the workplaces, it is essential to dig deeper into the organizational culture. All point to a need for cultural change.

THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORKPLACE LEARNING

Learnnovators

As an L&D professional who is passionate about self-driven learning, #pkm and #pln, and believe in and evangelize social and informal learning, I realize it’s time to take a step back and do a reality check. To make the change stick, to foster engagement on the ESNs and to create communities in the workplaces, it is essential to dig deeper into the organizational culture. All point to a need for cultural change.

The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

Learnnovators

What will emerge is a network of diverse and connected workers skilled at PKM learning together to develop skills they can apply to their work. Moreover, a global talent pool will require cultural sensitivity and an inclusive mindset from L&D, HR and the organization. I am not the kind to crystal gaze. I lay no claim to being able to predict the future. Now that my disclaimers are in place, let me explain the premise of the post title and what I intend to discuss in this post.

THE CHANGING FACE OF WORK AND WORKPLACE LEARNING

Learnnovators

What will emerge is a network of diverse and connected workers skilled at PKM learning together to develop skills they can apply to their work. Moreover, a global talent pool will require cultural sensitivity and an inclusive mindset from L&D, HR and the organization. I am not the kind to crystal gaze. I lay no claim to being able to predict the future. Now that my disclaimers are in place, let me explain the premise of the post title and what I intend to discuss in this post.

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Pick of the Month: April 2012

Jane Hart

Mentis (2007) states that if education is to be relevant for today’s learners, it needs to break from the constraints of conformity and allow for differentiation by focusing on individual identity development within each individual’s own context, culture and ability.” Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) skills. Here is my pick of the resources that I shared on Twitter and in my Pick of the Day in April.

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Most awesome revelations in Working Smarter Daily for June 2011

Jay Cross

PKM Updated - Harold Jarche , June 7, 2011. How Do You Know When You Have Reached a Collaborative Culture? - Dan Pontefract , June 8, 2011. Stop Killing Your Corporate Culture - Dan Pontefract , June 1, 2011. Best of Working Smarter Daily. June 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011. 7 objections to social media in learning (and answers) - Donald Clark Plan B , June 11, 2011. Ten ways to create a knowledge ecology - Euen Semple , June 27, 2011.

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Learning and KM: Separated at birth?

Jay Cross

The mid-1990s saw a knowledge-sharing culture at E&Y that guided behaviors, activities, and goals and was viewed as a competitive advantage. Nearly 15 years later, the organization has grown and evolved, and while the knowledge-sharing culture still exists, it is time to energize the culture and take advantage of the intellectual capital of peers around the world to deliver the greatest value to clients.

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