Personal Knowledge Management

PKM Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), is the process of assimilating information for their own gain using their acquired learning, experience and cognitive abilities. In particular, it is about personal self-enrichment or the betterment of an individual for their personal and/or work-life. Differences between PKM and KM There are a number of differences directed by Jarche […]

Different C’s to consider

The Four C’s Cook’s version Cook’s four C’s are related to workplace social software and how these classifications can help organisations select suitable software that will fit their organisational culture and needs. Here are the following classifications as provided by Cook himself; Communication: Cook states that in regards to social software, the most prevalent type […]