I recently created a reading list of materials on PKM. The idea of a "personal" approach to knowledge management has been a focus of my work for more than 10 years now. Originally there were very few of us writing about this topic (Pollard, Skyrme, Cope, Frand, Dorsey, etc) while the idea had some vocal critics (you know who you are). In the past few years, the subject has become both popular and socially acceptable. Along the way, my own views have evolved considerably.
In general, I'm interested in how the individual fits into increasingly social, collaborative and networked views of knowledge, learning and work. On one hand, I have explored the principles, values, skills and tools necessary for each of us to make our best contributions to collective efforts. On the other hand, I have increasingly focused on the notion of "citizenship"as it relates to cognition, cultures and craft in organizations.
You can filter my blogged posts under the category "self-organization" to see thoughts as they emerge. However I have also published dozens of articles on PKM in books, magazines and journals. Here is a brief list (under construction), along with another list of articles by others that I have found useful.
NOTE: My first pass at this page is basically a drag-drop from my citation manager, Mendeley, so apologies for the appalling format and links. I see that there are also many of my favorite references still missing (filed elsewhere), along with dozens of my own articles. I’ll clean it up as soon as I have more time. The best references are highlighted in bold. All of my “Personal Toolkit” columns are still available from KMWorld. My articles from Knowledge Management magazine and destinationKM are not currently online, which I hope to rectify soon.
Please send your suggestions!