Efimova on Knowledge Management
Lilia Efimova recently gave an introduction to Personal Knowledge Management at St. Petersburg State University.
She's particularly interested in knowledge management at intersection of individual, their job, and their communities. This is, perhaps, pitched at such an abstract plane that we accept the diagrams too readily. Is the purpose of having ideas to generate tasks? Is community life an endless cycle of relations and conversations that beget more tasks? And are ideas really coequal with conversations and relations?
In any case, it’s good to see people like Efimova thinking seriously about the ways individuals manage knowledge work, not only about enterprise repository strategies.