This is a wiki post that anyone can contribute to. The goal is to co-create a very useful collective resource.
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 (Grundspenkis 2007) and the way in which these processes support work activities (Wright 2005). It is a response to the idea that knowledge workers need to be responsible for their own growth and learning (Smedley 2009). It is a bottom-up approach to knowledge management
…building a “second brain” is about creating a system – outside your physical skin-and-bone bodily boundaries – for storing, organising, and eventually transforming information. (via Maggie Appleton)
Tiago Forte has also been leading the space with the idea of a Second Brain.
So, from a community perspective… (a quick attempt at a definition)
Community Knowledge Management is a process for collaboratively collecting information, insights, stories and perspectives with the goal of supporting a wider reach of people with their own learning and growth.
Community Knowledge Management:
- require rules, guidelines and moderation.
- need maintenance
- promotion and marketing to the people
- should probably work on being optimised for search engines
- seek feedback and ideas
- Discourse is a forum with great wiki like features
- A shared website/blog
- Forums as a Second Brain - Rosieland Village Forum
- The rise of community-curated knowledge networks - Sari Azout
- Chief Notion Office - Julian Lehr
- Growing a Knowledge-Sharing Community to Six Figures in Ten Months - Nick Eubanks
- The Future of Communities and Knowledge Management - Rachel Happe
- Societal Knowledge Management - David Gurteen
- Communities = human search engines? - Fabian Pfortmüller
- Knowledge flows at the speed of trust - Harold Jarche
- Community Knowledge Management - Sébastien Dubois