Personal Knowledge Management

personal knowledge management

Personal knowledge management (PKM) is a process of collecting information that a person uses to gather, classify, store, search, retrieve and share knowledge in their daily activities and the way in which these processes support work activities)

– Personal knowledge management - Wikipedia

Is it specifically work focused?

Came across Harold Jarche via Ton, he teaches about Personal Knowledge Mastery, and talks about [[seek, sense, and share]]]]. (Less interested in the focus on mastery and leadership, but I reckon most of it is still applicable outside of that lens).

For all of human history knowledge has been controlled and held by the elite and powerful and privileged. β€”Carrie Ben-Ysrael

When we have control over how we relate to information and knowledge, that can be a radical act.

When others control our relationship to information, it shapes our reality in ways we might not notice. It also affects how we construct the social identities of ourselves and others.1

  1. The Bad Gays podcast often shows this phenomenon; the episode on Anne Bonny comes to mind.↩

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