In our professional field ... how can we assimilate the growing and changing, flow of current knowledge? (2/2)

In the previous post , to the initial question: how can we assimilate the growing and changing, flow of current knowledge ?, we replied ... 'properly managing a personal level, knowledge (PKM) and learning (PLM)', to finish with a new question ...

What does it mean to properly manage personal knowledge (PKM)?.

to which we intend to answer below.

Something is happening in the world of knowledge management (KM). A large displacement has occurred to consider the knowledge of people and contexts may be more important than knowledge about content ...

"From collection to content and context and connection," Dave Pollard

From this consideration and recognizing therefore the individual as the main agent of KM initiatives, Harold Jarche ( Sense-making With PKM)

in response to the current problem of information overload, and in order to associate meaning ('sense making') to information flowing in daily activity, offers two parallel processes (which are the 'PKM' system of personal knowledge management) : internal one that responds to assimilate how 'this', and another that responds to external who can help to assimilate?.

The internal process consists of four actions: Select, Sort / assimilate, Clarify, and Recover, while the process and PKM-matrix procesoso-tools-H Jarche xternal consists of three actions: Surfing, Socializing / Exchange, Contribute / contribute.

After explaining each of the actions associated with PKM, as an example, it proposes a table that relates these shares with concrete tools and technologies, for implementation.

In order to visualize my own 'assimilation' of the proposed Jarche, there goes the conceptual map below ...

PKM process

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