(Translation from Google, original post at http://www.palorial.com/sv/presentation-for-avega-group/)
I dwelled me at four points:
Knowledge Work – the situation
In today’s economy, it is creativity, development and problem solving that creates business value. Knowledge workers, currently represented by the consultants within Avega often work in white areas. The starting point is known and the target image is described. But in between, the goal to be created, is an educational work. Learning and work are synonymous, ”learning is work and work is learning.”
The digital coffee table
It’s good to have a coffee analogy, it is talking with a nice fellow, and finds out a lot of things. But how do your colleagues over there at the second coffee table out what I and my colleague shared with us by? Any organization where employees no longer fit around the picnic table has an information and knowledge dissemination challenge.
Around the digital coffee table can fit any number. One can go to and from and you miss nothing, you can read up on what has been said much earlier. It is searchable, contains long-tail info that can be immediately converted into problem solving. The digital coffee table is based on collaborative social platforms.
Availability management – what is it?
Ability management aims to support groups of experts and knowledge work in their work on the development and problem solving. Easy and fast access information, experience and knowledge from colleagues and other means shorter lead times, improvement, innovation and motivation.
Competence and career development – how to argue as a knowledge worker?
A typical knowledge worker’s interest to deepen and develop their expertise – and of course get a commercial distribution of this. How should you choose to deepen and develop the skills – traditionally or socially? The perception that Palorial stands for is to pick the social option, ie to be an active agent in the creation of new knowledge, make themselves visible and thus build reputation in the field of knowledge. This requires a large amount of personal drive, but in the long run much more than gaining certifications and trainings. Furthermore, one should make demands on the employer, it will provide a collaborative platform and that there should be temporal space in the role of working with knowledge.
I recorded the presentation via Bambuser (starts at 1:40). The sound is ok but the angle is not the best. Therefore, you can download the images here (PDF). Listen to Bambuser and study the images in the PDF separately.
PDF: one also contains some pictures at the end that I did not have time to go through among other great tips from Uncollege about ”How to write a personal learning plan” and ”Self-Directed Learning.”
Thanks Avega for letting me come and present. There were also many good questions. Welcome back with comments and further questions.