PJ Evans

Learning Insights ….

Kineo, the e-learning company, have issued a new report on e-learning insights based on interviews with “learning leaders” to identify key emerging trends. I’m not going to repeat the report but will look at a few of their ten key insights: 1. Learning is pervasive. Learning is continuous, collaborative and connected and most learning lives outside […]

Personal knowledge networks

I’ve just been reading Knowledge Management: A Personal Knowledge Network Perspective in the Journal of Knowledge Management. The Author, Mohammed Chatti has made a pre-publication version available here. As stated in the abstract: The PKN model views knowledge as a personal network and represents a knowledge ecological approach to KM the emphasis here is on […]

Innovation as knowing, experience and action?

These are some very rough initial thoughts that I hope to develop over a couple of posts. Building on an earlier post on learning, creativity & innovation summarising that (a) innovation occurs through learning and (b) learning is a social/ collaborative process (and so innovation is also a collaborative process) it is clear that innovation […]

The Knowledge Management Observatory™ Global 2011 Survey

This survey at https://www.survey.ed.ac.uk/kmoglobal2011 has been designed for senior managers, executive managers or knowledge managers in organisations; consultants are encouraged to contribute, but this data will be separated out in the data analysis. The Knowledge Management Observatory™ Global 2011 Survey has been designed to examine Knowledge Management activity across countries and sectors. Your responses will […]

Influences on Cognitive Edge

From Seneca to a General Theory of Love, a list of books that influenced Cognitive Edge. Who says organisational studies is dull! Which reminds me to follow up on: A Narrative Approach to Organization Studies. By: Barbara Czarniawska; Explorations in Information Space: Knowledge, Agents, and Organization. By: Boisot, Macmillan & Kyeong Seok Han Complex Knowledge: […]

personal knowledge management

Harold Jarche has produced what I think is perhaps the clearest and most useful description of personal knowledge management (PKM) I have seen. A succinct description of PKM as a process and the tolls he uses. Excellent.

predictions for learning in the workplace

Lots of predictions are being made – see here and here. My own two-cents is that over the next few years, we’ll see that expansive/ double loop learning will increasingly be driven by self-directed, informal and social/ network learning activities – done by me for me, just in time, problem and reflection centred. Individuals will […]

Situated knowledge management

Thinking through the links between knowledge management and learning via this post from Jack Vinson, reinforces to me the importance of situated learning, ie, that powerful learning occurs when it takes places directly in the situation the learning will/ should be applied. Thus the continued focus on work-based learning, learning by doing, informal learning, sitting […]

Some interesting stuff

Here’s a link to some interesting links on creativity and innovation – worth exploring. Further interesting and thoughtful argument on Google‘s branding from Umair Haque although I’m not convinced that a traditional approach to branding automatically leads to plastering your home page with Ads – altho’ that would be a traditional strategy from an advertisers […]

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