Tuesday 20 November 2012

50 shades of KM - online mind map

Following my recent post on "50 shades of Knowledge Management", I have created this online mindmap to try to map out some of the sub-domains under the Knowledge Management umbrella.

You can view this map online here, and if you are a mindmeister user, or sign up for a free trial, I believe you can edit it (I am a bit hazy about how the editing works). It will be online for 30 days, which is when my free trial ends.

I have almost certainly left out areas where you have more knowledge than me, so please feel free to edit the map, if you can work out how to do it. You may need to visit www.minsmiester.com and sign up as a trial user.

This should be viewed as a "starter map" - I am sure collectively we can build something pretty good.

I have omitted the whole area of KM implementation, as I am trying to look at the topic itself, rather than how you introduce it.

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Md Santo said...

KM could be uncovered through several philosophically different ways. We proposed eclectic choices (choosing what is best or preferred from a variety of sources or styles) for KMers. From our Knowledge repository http://mobeeknowledge.ning.com within Human System Biology-based Knowledge Management (HSB_KM) model framework as variety of sources, you could click the following link http://bit.ly/s4USV0 showing as our KM2.0 Basic Visual MindMap

Nick Milton said...

Has anyone figured out how to modify this mind-map yet? Or has anyone got any suggestions for modifying it?

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