It’s about Purposeful Discovery.

This is Day 4 of Shannon Tipton’s 30 day brainstorming challenge.

Michelle Ockers is also doing the 30 day brainstorming challenge and her day 3 video give me an “ah-ah” about the connection between #PKM & #WOL.

My “ah-ah” for the day: It’s about Purposeful Discovery.

Michelle made something click when she mentioned that the Purposeful Discovery piece of John’s WOL method helps to guide and focus her #PKM practices.

She says that having an overall goal can help “orient your WOL activities and stimulate your PKM activities.” according to Michelle.

I am feel like this is defiantly a piece to the puzzle I am trying to solve.  WOL is becoming more about building relationships where as PKM is becoming more about how to manage the information coming at you and using that information in a meaningful way.

to be continued . . .

 

 

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  1. Your last sentence may have nailed it Kate. The extension of it is then that you can use the information that you’ve made sense of to help build / deepen relationships. It’s a virtuous cycle. We need someone who is really good at drawing pictures to help put this into a diagram when our thinking has evolved far enough.

    How exciting is it to see our conversation and thinking unfold like this over a number of days!

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    1. It has been fun seeing this evolve. Going to spend some time re-reading comments and posts this weekend to see if I can summarize. Yes – someone who is good at the drawing thing would be good to add in the mix ; )

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