Today I’m giving an online guest lecture for the course “Knowledge Management as a Theory and Practice” at Graduate School of Management of St.Petersburg State University. It’s on personal KM; since the lecture is very short I decided to do an introduction to the topic based on my own research rather than a comprehensive overview of existing perspectives.
Links that might be useful (will add a bit more after lunch :)
- Slide 3: See On definitions: personal perspective at work
- Slide 6: Personal information management activities, slightly modified from: Barreau, D. K. & Nardi, B. A. (1995). Finding and reminding: file organisation from the desktop. ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, 27(3), 39-43. doi:10.1145/221296.221307
- For an in-depth introduction to personal information management see: Jones, W. (2008). Keeping found things found: The study and practice of personal information management. Elsevier.
- Slide 8: Key tasks of netWORK, “an ongoing process of keeping a personal network in a good repair”, from: Nardi, B., Whittaker, S., & Schwarz, H. (2002). NetWORKers and their activity in intensional networks. Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 11(1-2), 205-242. doi:10.1023/A:1015241914483
- Slide 9: See Knowledge work framework (PKM + tasks)