It’s day 2 of my personal knowledge mastery practice (PKM) revamp using (and beta testing) Sea Salt Learning’s Social Leadership cards.
Today I am working on the Trust Through Consistent Action card.
Is it possible to use an agile methodology to design a leadership program? I think it just might be and here is why.
I’ve have been obsessed with this topic for a while now – in fact it’s been at least a year since I started noodling on it according to a “back of the napkin”sketch I did thinking about how I could piece the two together.
I started this because I thought both concepts would be helpful to employees in my organization to help them navigate the social age and keep up with the pace of change but I didn’t know which to try to implement first or how to explain what the differences where in each approach.
In this week’s PKM chat we will be discussing where the concepts of #PKM & #WOL may or may not intersect. It’s the third part of a three part series deep diving into how we think about and use these concepts. You can catch up on weeks one and two here and here.
This week’s framing post is a joint effort between Gail Radeki of Raft Learning and Kate Pinner of Rustic Learning. We have spent some time thinking about both of these concepts and what they mean to us. This is what led us to co-host this next chat as a way to help ourselves and others explain and use both concepts.
In this weeks PKM chat we will be “unpacking” Working Out Loud (WOL). It’s the second part of a three part series deep diving into how each of us looks at PKM (week 1) and WOL (week 2) and where these concepts may or may not intersect (week 3). You can catch up on last week’s chat here .