[Maaddi] - I'm told by 2 people with direct knowledge of the situation that Doug Pederson stood up for Frank Reich when management wanted to fire him as OC after the 2016 season. Reich stayed, #Eagles won the Super Bowl the next season and the #Colts hired him away as head coach. twitter.com/robmaaddi/staโ€ฆ
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I have very little knowledge with legal language, but after having continuous issues with the property management at my my apartment, I decided to take a look at my lease contract. Iโ€™d say itโ€™s reasonable to be suspicious.
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Azure AD Privileged Identity Management Deep Dive - AZ-500, SC-300 and general knowledge youtu.be/gccgIkR8_a0
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How to turn insight into action with Personal Knowledge Management!

How often do you come across some amazing insight, a new idea or just a really neat trick?

And how often does it later lead to actual, meaningful impact on your life?

For me, the difference between my momentary hype and the actual impact things have on my life is often huge. When I read a great non-fiction book, say โ€žI will teach you to be richโ€œ, I feel a surge of motivation. Every new insight gives me a dopamine hit and I canโ€˜t wait to put things into practice. And then... nothing.

Or at least very little. For years, Iโ€˜d read the book, did one or two things that were very present in my mind after finishing it and then moved on. Later, I would have a hard time remembering what exactly the fascinating insights were about.

Two things make up the problem:

  1. Information overload
  2. Turning insight into action

The solution?

Personal Knowledge Management

**!**I only discovered this some months ago, but I already feel like I have a new relationship when it comes to information & insights.

So to help me reflect on things, I wrote a blog post about it, that I'd love to share with you here. My hope is to find some more input and experience from people further along their journey or to inspire someone to start their own!

In this beginnerโ€™s guide to Personal Knowledge Management, I share with you

  • What the hell is Personal Knowledge Management?
  • Why should you care about it?
  • How does it work?

What the hell is Personal Knowledge Management?

Personal Knowledge Management (or PKM) is the way we gather, store and interact with knowledge throughout our lifes.

It developed as a consequence of a new type of worker: knowledge workers. Knowledge workers are people who think for a living. The value they add to the work place stems from knowledge, experience & intuition that they apply to the challenges at hand.

In an ever-faster changing world, it has become the consensus that the individual worker is himself responsible for his professional growth. Thus, personal knowledge management was born to describe the individual counterpart to knowledge management, the science of how companies organise and share knowledge.

So in short, PKM is about how you deal with all the information flying your way.

Why should you care about PKM?

Regardless of your motivation to learn and grow, you need a solid Personal Knowledge Management system to tackle a bunch of problems. Iโ€˜ve already talked about my struggle with the first two, but thereโ€˜s more:

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Boys, Management underestimated our advanced knowledge of stonks!
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What product/platform do you imagine when you hear the tag lines "Content Management Reinvented", "File Management Reinvented", "Knowledge Management Reinvented"?

Not spoiling & explaining the product yet but want to see what you imagine when you hear these company descriptions:

  1. Content Management Reinvented
  2. File Management Reinvented
  3. Knowledge Management Reinvented

We're currently deciding on our tag line and want to be aspiring, but mainly concrete.

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Can someone with a knowledge of prob/stats and portfolio risk management explain to me how two days of volume led DTCC to increase RH's deposit requirement by 10x?

I know this isn't exactly a WSB type of post, but there has to be someone with expertise doing some bedtime reading. Here is a blog entry attempting to explain the calculation.

As far as I understand, the situation is like this. RH needs to maintain an amount of cash (maybe with DTCC, but possibly just separately within RH since they have their own clearing house) that, with 99% probability, will cover the entirety of the cash needed to cover their unsettled T+2 positions. This is generally much smaller than the actual buy volume on a given day because the amount that's due two days later is max(vol_buy - vol_sell, 0). Let's call this the net buy volume (NBV). In a situation where RH is buying and selling in an unbiased way, this would be on the order of sqrt{vol_buy} since sell proceeds offset buy proceeds (not for a particular symbol, but across the entire portfolio).

It seems highly unlikely to me that most of the buy volume on Tues/Wed last week was from cash, and not also from sale of equities. And, moreover, if it was from cash, then in order for the NBV to remain high, it would require a constant influx of cash into RH accounts. Therefore I assume that the massive increase in deposit requirements actually came from the "99%" requirement and a massive increase in the estimated variance of the NBV on DTCC's part.

But the fucking situation is not symmetrical. If RH did suddenly adopt a huge net long position (due to users primarily buying $GME), then the volatility to the sell side becomes huge, but not the volatility to the buy side. But a huge move to the sell side is not risky to DTCC. They want more deposits to protect the net buy side. This isn't modeled by a normal distribution because the only way to keep having massive NBV is for users to keep depositing proportional equity (since selling other equities to buy $GME cancels out).

Of course, DTCC knows this, but it seemed like they had RH over a barrel, and if they could depress buying to limit their own exposure, that was a fortuitous consequence.

Finally, why didn't RH then adopt this position: You could only buy $GME with equity from selling other shares. This would make that user's contribution to the net buy volume zero. It would also mitigate the problem of $GME causing an increase in the net buy volume. And, moreover, it would have drastically lessened the manipulative effect on the markets, allowing people to mostly

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My Personal Knowledge Management workflow

My PKM/Zettlekasten Workflow

Hi all, I've spent most of this past week researching Personal Knowledge Databases (PKD), Digital Gardens, Zettelkasten and the various tools available to bring these concepts to life. This is a very basic workflow that I am still tinkering with. I will probably go through many more iterations before I reach a workflow that I am happy with.

The purpose of my PKD :

My purpose is twofold:

  • To encourage mindful consumption. I want to retain more form the articles, books and videos I consume. This means that I consume less than I used to, because of the time it takes to record my thoughts, but I retain the material better.
  • To boost my creativity. I recently graduated with a degree in Industrial Design an have yet to find a job due to COVID. During this downtime, I want to build up a personal PKD that I can duplicate and connect to projects from my (future) work.

My work flow:

I try to keep this as simple as I can.

  1. Notes from the media I consume are written into Notion, on a page meant for collecting my Literature Notes.
  2. These notes are condensed into Permanent Notes that go into Obsidian.
    1. I use tags to mark the source of the knowledge and what type of media it is. (Ex. #Wired, #Article). I put relevant links here as well, instead of inline, to keep the actual note looking clean. These are usually relevant topics. (Ex. [[Philosophy]] [[Neuroscience]])
    2. I haven't yet figured out the perfect format for my Permanent Notes or a good naming convention. I've read that a proper Zettel contains one single idea and a unique name. I can't bring my self to break up multiple ideas from literature notes into distinct ideas yet, since I don't want to loose the interlinking of those ideas from the source but also because I am quite a wordy person.
  3. Future. Once I land a job and begin working on design projects, I will duplicate the .md files from my PKD to my Work Knowledge Database and add my work notes and research onto it, allowing my personal media consumption to boost my creativity at work.
    1. I don't expect that keeping the personal component of my Work Knowledge Database will be too difficult since in the worst case scenario, I manually copy over some .md files from one folder to another.

I know that there is a lot I have yet to figure out and that I am probably posting this workflow prematurely. I am very excited and intrigued by this concept and needed an outlet for my thoughts. Thoughts and f

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How to use Airtable as Second Brain and Knowledge Management?

Hi all,

Anybody using Airtable as a Second Brain and Knowledge Management?

Iโ€™d love to hear your experiences, use cases, feedbacks.

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You have $1 million you must use to start a business. You have no specialty skills/knowledge but strong business/management acumen. What do you do?
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Favorite tools for "knowledge management"

Hey all. I've recently gotten very interested in the field of knowledge management. It's got me thinking critically about how we (our product team) can do a better job of getting knowledge out of our heads and into a format where it can be shared, remixed, pressured, synthesized etc.

I'm a heavy Roam user for personal knowledge management. I'm not convinced it's viable for teams (yet). We've used Notion for sprint and backlog management for a while, so I'm starting to experiment with creating "project wikis" for some of our bigger dev projects. This has proven far more effective than our previous method of capturing knowledge related to these projects (i.e. a bunch of Google docs).

These project wikis contain various pages: general project overview, FAQs, atomic how-to articles, links to meeting notes etc. So far, it's been a really successful experiment.

Curious what tools / tactics / strategies others are using for this sort of knowledge management?

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A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 6th Edition

Does anyone have a pdf of "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 6th Edition"

https://preview.redd.it/h3cc9710d3o61.png?width=385&format=png&auto=webp&s=e00dacb0594bb322d0dc8c98001737f9e6a77558

ISBN-13: 978-1628251845
ISBN-10: 9781628251845

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Coming in 2021: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOKยฎ Guide) โ€“ Seventh Edition | Noteworthy Changes from the PMBOKยฎ Guide - Sixth Edition to Seventh Edition If you have questions, you can email [email protected] #projectmanagement #governmentprojectmanagement
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Rob Maaddi on Twitter โ€œI'm told by 2 people with direct knowledge of the situation that Doug Pederson stood up for Frank Reich when management wanted to fire him as OC after the 2016 season. Reich stayed, #Eagles won the Super Bowl the next season and the #Colts hired him away as head coach.โ€ twitter.com/robmaaddi/staโ€ฆ
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Use of SharePoint for document management & knowledge base

Hi,

I'm the computational design lead at an architecture firm (buildings not software ;)) so I'm sorry if my terminology is incorrect or the questions seem basic or difficult to understand.

Thanks in advance for any help or advice!

I'm trying to modernize our work methodology & tools and considering SharePoint as part of our non existent stack (some people here use Monday for project management and that's basically it).

We have a server that stores all of our data, it can be accessed through VPN and the management are reluctant to switch to cloud based storage.

What I'm looking for is a tool that can be used both for an office wiki for onboarding, training & management and also used to easily search and sort the data on our server as well as "connecting" wiki pages to locations on our server.

Can I use SharePoint for both purposes and if so, how?

Thank you :)

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Any Advice for choosing an Online Electronics Circuit Design/Development course to learn how to build circuits? It's being quite some time I studied Electrical Engineering and my experience is in the management. But I still have the basic knowledge.

I have gone through various online courses in EdX and Coursera. But there are many! I am confused which one to select. I have the interest to learn one of the courses in Power Electronics or Low voltage circuit development or IoT Hardware development.
Aim: Develop an electronic system with Microcontroller and some sensors.
Consider it as a serious learning query!

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Salesforce Vs Microsoft Sharepoint - CRM Vs Knowledge Management

I know that this is a Salesforce group, but I would love an honest answer. It will help me make a decision.

Given the new ML & AI tools that Microsoft is leveraging for Knowledge Management, is it a path worth looking at?

By that, I mean, should I keep the certification path in Salesforce as planned or switch gears and get in with Sharepoint and Microsoft certs where the ML is?

Thanks folks!

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Combining Indigenous and Scientific Knowledge Enhances Fire Management in the Sahel blogs.ei.columbia.edu/202โ€ฆ
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OpenTEAM - OpenTEAM, or Open Technology Ecosystem for Agricultural Management, is a farmer-driven, interoperable suite of tools that provide farmers around the world with the best possible knowledge to improve soil health. openteam.community
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Foam: A personal knowledge management and sharing system for VSCode foambubble.github.io/foamโ€ฆ
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Anyone else using Bear as their personal knowledge management software?

I work in research, so spend a good portion of my day taking notes, gathering information, and analyzing everything I collect, all with the ultimate goal of pulling things together in a final written product. For the last few years, Bear has severed as my primary note taking app for this purpose. My system in Bear has worked very well and I havenโ€™t really experienced too many pain points. I use it alongside Apple Reminders and Raindrop.io.

Over the last couple of years, I have seen a lot of people using and promoting โ€œpersonal knowledge managementโ€ apps. During this time, I have also did some reading about the [Zettelkasten note taking philosophy](https://zettelkasten.de)). As a result, Iโ€™ve tested out a few of these newer knowledge management apps to see if they could replace or compliment Bear. I started with Notion, and also played around with Coda, Obsidian, Roam, and (most recently) Craft.

While these personal knowledge management apps had their own nice features, none of them could (for me) compete with Bear. Craft came the closest because the appโ€™s visual presentation is beautiful and it works nicely on iOS. However, like Notion, I found myself quickly bogged down in Craft with the customization of my notes and making things look a certain way, which ultimately distracted me from taking notes and reviewing and analyzing the information I collected. Some of these apps also had issues that were ultimately dealbreakers, such as the lack of a native or fully-functional iOS app, the inability to easily extract my information from the service, or questionable privacy policies.

After playing with each of these powerful and expensive apps/services, I kept finding myself right back with Bear because it just works on all my devices.

As Iโ€™ve learned more about the Zettelkasten approach, Iโ€™ve found that Bear is a fantastic app for implementing the Zettelkasten method. While Bear doesnโ€™t offer backlinks, those can be easily inserted, much in the way one would do if they were handwriting notes. Also, Bear's flexibility and truly distraction-free writing means that I donโ€™t waste time with formatting and modifying how my notes, and instead focus on the organization and analysis.

How do others see Bear as compared with these newer personal management apps? Has anyone else found the same things I have? Something different? Anyone else using Bear as their Zettelkasten?

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Knowledge Management Recommendation

I am hoping someone here can help point me in a direction that I have yet to discover. For the past few months I have been on the lookout for a new note taking / knowledge management solution. I have been an Evernote user for many years, but embarked to see if there is something better out there. I realize that most of this software is based in personal preference, but here is my wishlist:

  • Supports macOS / iOS / iPad OS
  • Uses a solution that is not iCloud for sync
  • Supports nested organization (I want to leverage a version of the PARA method)
  • Supports offline mode
  • Allows the plating
  • Supports markdown syntax for entry
  • Has a well designed UX

Here are the solutions Iโ€™ve tried: Notion: Checks lots of the boxes, but the recent DNS issue and no offline mode really spooked me. Evernote: Only 2 levels of organization (stacks, notebooks) Standard Note: Really close...the discrepancy between mobile and desktop is the knock on this one. Bear: Uses iCloud for Sync Amplenote: No real organizational structure Craft: So close...no templates, and it feels like itโ€™s 6 months of features too young.

Any other ideas on an option I may have missed?

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Any tips for someone that is very familiar with sports management games, but only a basic knowledge of baseball?

Iโ€™ve got about 600 hours in the past year in Football Manager, and about 300 hours on FHM. Iโ€™ve been a big Cleveland Indians fan my entire life, but outside of the basics(batting avg, ERA, stuff like that) Iโ€™m pretty much in the dark.

I got OOTP with FHM6, and have dabbled around in it but not too much. I went straight to the bottom of the league as the Akron Aeros, did okay with the Doosan Bears, and hovered in a wild card spot as the Indians(never finished any of those seasons).

Is there any recommendations on reading materials/YouTube videos explaining the basics needed to be successful on OOTP?

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Digital Garden/Personal Knowledge Management App-Feature-Matrix

Hi all,

I have been researching personal knowledge management, digital gardens, and related topics recently. I want to share some of my findings about some of the applications in the space, which has taken the form of a matrix as shown below.

If you go to the full Matrix @ [[ https://notes.short2things.io/app-feature-matrix ]], it includes:

- Feature definitions

- App links (home-page, forums, etc)

- Emoji key

- Most emojis contain links to help/docs

To make edit requests go to https://github.com/short2bits/notes/discussions/1.

(To make the chart render a little nicer on the site I've opened a github issue @ https://github.com/mathieudutour/gatsby-digital-garden/issues/76)

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Making a notes/writing/knowledge-management app with (pretty much fully) SwiftUI

Got into app development to make the notes app I always wanted, so I decided to just go with SwiftUI with CoreData and CloutKit (what a time to be alive). Iโ€™m getting more excited about my progress and I want to see how far I can take it!

Got it to TestFlight and I would really appreciate some beta testers and/or mentors. The landing page is at chrispalumbo.ca/enterLite with the link and description.

My contact info is on my website!

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How I Use Craft for Personal Idea/Knowledge Management link.medium.com/e4HOZYppCโ€ฆ
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Get started with Personal Knowledge Management - the holistic concept behind Zettelkasten

Since I discovered Personal Knowledge Management half a year ago, I've read a ton of tips. To help myself to sort things out, I decided to write a blog article about it - kind of a manual on how to get started.

I'd love to share it with people in the hope of either getting some tips or to inspire someone to start their journey. As the Zettelkasten system plays an important role for PKM, I thought it might be of relevance to this sub! Please do excuse if it's to basic or the wrong type of content for this subreddit. Anyway, here goes:

Last week, I wrote about the role that Personal Knowledge Management can play in our journey towards more productivity and growth. To complement the mostly conceptual overview there, I'd like to share now a more practical approach on how to get started.

I've only been doing PKM for about six months, so I'm still early in my journey. The following summary shows what has helped me and I hope that you can find some inspiration there too.

Last weeks post can be found here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/productivity/comments/kueb3i/how_to_turn_insight_into_action_with_personal/

Which App do I need?

The most important question upfront: which App should you buy to solve all your problems?

Much to my disappointment, I had to realise that a shiny new toy wonโ€™t help me much. (To borrow from the amazing Khe Hy from RadReads: Tools are just secondary, what really matters is the behaviour change. (https://radreads.co/shiny-new-toy-syndrome/)

So focus on the key questions:

- Input (what do you collect?),

- Process (how do you handle it?) and

- Output (what do you need as a result?).

Still, a nice tool goes a long way. So here are some ways you could implement your Personal Knowledge Management System:

The Zettelkasten-Method

If you favour an analog solution, youโ€™re in luck. Over centuries, scholars had to come up with a way to remember information because for whatever reason, Google seemed to be of little help.

The Zettelkasten-Method relies on physical index cards (although it can be recreated digitally). In the version popularised by German scientist [Niklas Luhmann](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niklas_Luhmann), you stick to a few principles to form organic connections between knowledge:

Step 1: Fleeting Notes

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Organisation with "Getting Things Done", Reference / Knowledge Management with "Zettelkasten", Learning with ?

I've implemented the Getting Things Done workflow for organising everything I need to do, and during this process he talks about putting things into "Reference". This I think is a useful place for Zettelkasten/ a second brain. However, I am learning a lot of new things at the moment, and whilst a lot of people say that traversing Zettelkasten notes is a good way to learn what's there, I don't feel it incorporates the best methods of learning, such as spaced repetition.

Is there a way to integrate spaced repetition into Zettelkasten? Alternatively, is there something you would recommend for learning that integrates nicely with these methods? I currently use emacs org-mode for GTD, and org-roam for Zettelkasten, so would be open to any suggestions that are emacs specific (though I appreciate this is quite niche!)

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I have spent days researching a new personal knowledge management system and think bear might be the one for me -- but am concerned about integrations & seemingly slow app upgrades. Any advice? (more details inside)

Some additional information & things on my mind:

-I use a Macbook, iPhone, and Apple Watch as my devices.

-I've never used Evernote, so I don't really know how any of this works. I think that simplicity (followed by affordability) are my two biggest motivators. If I have to start from scratch, Bear seems like a solid app.

Integrations:

-Personal: I have been using TickTick, but am willing to change things up if you think there's a better task manager to use with Bear. (Note: I'd be willing to change TickTick for another task manager, if it integrates better with Bear.)

-Work I do have to work on a Windows computer and track tasks in Monday.com. I'd like to be able to have a master task list that includes my work tasks. Does anyone have any tips/tricks regarding connecting Bear with a task list (that, ideally, integrates with Monday.com)? Too complicated to try to link Bear to my Windows stuff? Or is could this actually be fine?

Thanks for your recommendations!

tl;dr - Is Bear right for me or should I stop before I get in too deep?

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Native American land and food management is local, seasonal and in balence with nature, the priority is the well being of the land and wealth is having access to native foods, and the knowledge of how to gather, prepare and serve them. youtu.be/6lGcjZx6xdg
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I feel bad for people taking c724 information systems management with no background knowledge

I transferred in most of my credits and my IT, networking, security, database, ethics, and project management courses covered virtually every topic for c724 so I was able to pass without much trouble but there are so many topics that would be hard for anyone to learn from scratch. Also, I was going over the quizzes/unit tests in the material. Don't do that. They're poorly written and often factually incorrect or worded to trip you up. I scored a 50% on the security quiz in the course material and then less than an hour later scored exemplary on that portion of the OA. I'd skip those quizzes/tests altogether because they'll just sabotage your studies IMO.

Side commentary/unpopular opinion: this is a filler course for the BSIT adding nothing to the curriculum. The students in this program would have been better off doing a python programming course or something.

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What product/platform do you imagine when you hear the tag lines "Content Management Reinvented", "File Management Reinvented", "Knowledge Management Reinvented"?

Not spoiling & explaining the product yet but want to see what you imagine when you hear these company descriptions:

  1. Content Management Reinvented
  2. File Management Reinvented
  3. Knowledge Management Reinvented

We're currently deciding on our tag line and want to be aspiring, but mainly concrete.

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Use of confluence for document management & knowledge base

Hi,

I'm the computational design lead at an architecture firm (buildings not software ;)) so I'm sorry if my terminology is incorrect or the questions seems basic or difficult to understand.

Thanks in advance for any help or advice!

I'm trying to modernize our work methodology & tools and considering confluence as part of our non existent stack (some people here use Monday for project management and that's basically it).

We have a server that stores all of our data, it can be accessed through VPN and the management are reluctant to switch to cloud based storage.

What I'm looking for is a tool that can be used both for an office wiki for onboarding, training & management and also used to easily search and sort the data on our server as well as "connecting" wiki pages to locations on our server.

Can I use confluence for both purposes and if so, how?

Thank you :)

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A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 6th Edition

Does anyone have a pdf of "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 6th Edition"

https://preview.redd.it/23hzr49qq4o61.png?width=385&format=png&auto=webp&s=e34791bf96beb0e06a28c3371eed2b1bd3f778e5

ISBN-13: 978-1628251845
ISBN-10: 9781628251845

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What product/platform do you imagine when you hear the tag lines "Content Management Reinvented", "File Management Reinvented", "Knowledge Management Reinvented"?

Not spoiling & explaining the product yet but want to see what you imagine when you hear these company descriptions:

  1. Content Management Reinvented
  2. File Management Reinvented
  3. Knowledge Management Reinvented

We're currently deciding on our tag line and want to be aspiring, but mainly concrete.

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What product/platform do you imagine when you hear the tag lines "Content Management Reinvented", "File Management Reinvented", "Knowledge Management Reinvented"?

Not spoiling & explaining the product yet but want to see what you imagine when you hear these company descriptions:

  1. Content Management Reinvented
  2. File Management Reinvented
  3. Knowledge Management Reinvented

We're currently deciding on our tag line and want to be aspiring, but mainly concrete.

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Anyone using a personal knowledge management system?

I'm just wondering if anyone here is using a personal knowledge management system? Or any type of method to collect insights from various knowledge sources, to later be able to backtrack to.

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