Wrapping up the PKM Workshop

fter 60 days, the remote workshop ‘Personal Knowledge Mastery (PKM), which started on 13th January 2020, will close on 20th March.

I enjoyed the learning experience very much, which was brought by Harold Jarche

At #LTFrance 2020

On February 5th and 6th, I spent a few hours at the Learning Technologies France conference for the first time. As an attendee, I went to some conferences: one on workplace learning design, one on the impact …

arold Jarche shares in his blog post:

It is easy to remember Seek > Sense > Share. From there, more detailed representations can be developed, based on experience and reflection, where the core framework is not dependent on

“We should find others who are sharing their knowledge flow and in turn contribute our own. #PKMastery is not about being a better digital librarian, or curator, it’s about becoming a participating member of a networked society.” — Harold Jarche

e have moved from Summertime to Autumn. I am mulling over actions and deep thoughts while revisiting the past and exploring the present and the future. I have been involved in projects related to peer learning since the latest April …

Tools and Resources I Use

hat do your modern professional learner and designer’s toolkit, resources, activities and communities look like? From time to time, I find it worthwhile to update and turn it into resources to use and iterate while …

What is Cube School?

An Agile Project four-month Management Program I have completed from 3rd September to 21st December 2018 with the Grande Ecole Numérique and Le Cube, the digital creation centre in Issy-Les-Moulineaux, near Paris, France.

This learning …

onversation with learning partners. I wrote a while ago that curating our network and growing with people while learning and making sense together matter. But, beyond networks, perhaps this also matters:

“Content and communities are shaping how people find and

try to have a slow walk every other day and bike one or two times per week. I also enjoy reading printed books and newspapers, using a slow journalism approach, and attending art exhibitions.

“Get some fresh air, and go

“Unlike courses, workshops, or conferences, coaching is completely focused on your needs. Particular areas of focus are any of the various topics discussed here, such as:

  • Networked management & leadership

  • Nurturing a learning organization

  • Finding communities of practice

  • Knowledge networks