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An important aspect of PKM is stimulating the right habits and reminding yourself to attend to a particular thing at the appropriate time. For example, you might want to remind yourself of some of the following recurring events such as:
Submitted by storytelling on 21 August 2009 - 11:10am. categories [ ]
KMAfrica.com Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) Project
The mission of The KMAfrica.com Knowledge Warrior Project is to provide links to useful software and know-how which together comprise most of what you need to support your KM efforts both on the road and in the office. The criteria for this collection of software includes the following:
We'll be looking at the following software in depth
Submitted by storytelling on 7 July 2009 - 2:03pm. categories [ ]
The ability to network powerfully is an important skill and a key resource in your personal knowledge management strategy. In this discussion we'll look at ways of interacting with your network plus ideas for powerful networking. You could see your network as a series of circles that contain your immediate family, your friends, your professional networks, and the general public. While some of these overlap, others do not are and quite distinct. In addition to the face-to-face networks you engage in on a day-to-day basis, the vast majority of these networks are becoming available on-line and so these ideas are designed to provide know-how designed to help you get the best out of all of your networks:
Submitted by storytelling on 25 June 2009 - 1:33pm. categories [ ]
The following details some of the more common fallacies of logic and rhetoric. It is an important thinking skill to be able to recognise when one or more of the following are being used:
Submitted by KMAadmin on 5 June 2009 - 9:02am. categories [ ]
Based on the book 'The Demon Haunted World' by Carl Sagan, the following are suggested as tools for testing arguments and detecting fallacious or fraudulent arguments:
Submitted by KMAadmin on 5 June 2009 - 8:55am. categories [ ]
Google Squared is a search tool that helps you build a collection of facts from the Web for topics that you specify. Facts about your topic are organized as a table of items and attributes (called "Squares"). Of course, you need to create the question that will get the system to display the results that you need. Once the initial squares are generated, you can:
Submitted by storytelling on 4 June 2009 - 3:01pm. categories [ ]
The way in which the majority of internet users use search engines is simplistic in the extreme if we are to believe the statistics. Normally, a visit to google.com, few key words, a few clickthroughs with only a small minority of searches ever making it onto page 2. The result is that you are missing out on an enormous amount. Here are some suggestions for your personal search strategy that will empower your internet use and make your searches more powerful.
Submitted by storytelling on 17 May 2009 - 1:53pm. categories [ ]
A model is a formal, abstract, hypothetical description of a complex entity, system or process. Any system can be represented through a number of different models, depending on the level of abstraction required and the intention behind how the model is to be used. Examples of everyday models include climatic models as expressed in weather forecasts, models of ecosystems, economies, stock market simulations and other complex systems. While you can expect to study many different models during your career, it is important to understand the following principles about all models:
Submitted by KMAadmin on 15 May 2009 - 10:21am. categories [ ]
In this age, if you are doing business with anyone, it is more than likely that they will be finding out about you by searching for your profile on the Internet. There are a huge variety of networking, special interest groups, mailing lists and sites that tell a lot about you if you are associated with them. And the reason you need to be aware of this is that these linkages can work to your benefit or detriment if they are not properly and actively managed. There are stories of people who have been hired and fired based on what is found out about them on the internet.
Submitted by storytelling on 9 May 2009 - 11:13am. categories [ ]
The following are some of the skills and the taxonomy associated with personal knowledge management (PKM)
Submitted by storytelling on 8 May 2009 - 10:52am. categories [ ]