My Personal Knowledge Management Approach

Last week, in our Learning Development Accelerator You Oughta Know session, we had Harold Jarche as a guest. Harold’s known for many things, but in particular his approach to continual learning. Amongst the things he shared was a collection of others’ approaches. I checked and I hadn’t made a contribution! So with no further ado, here’s my personal knowledge management approach.

First, Harold’s Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) model has three components: seek, sense, and share. Seeking is about information coming in, that is, what you’re looking for and the feeds you track. It can be in any conceivable channel, and one of the important things is that it’s your seeking. Then, you make sense of what comes in, finding ways to comprehend and make use of it. The final step is to share back out the sense you’ve made. It’s a notion of contributing back. Importantly, it’s not that necessarily anybody consumes what you share, but the fact that you’ve prepared it for others is part of the benefit you receive.

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