When the virus hit the planet, it induced other parallel pandemics. They did not spread through the air and did not require physical proximity. They spread online. Some were conspiracy theories, of which a good part related to the virus itself. Others were political propaganda, already successful but now more than ever, seizing the opportunity […]
This is the last, 5th instalment on Roam. Here I’ll share how I use it. This part will be easier to write than some of the previous ones. What won’t be easy is to keep it short. Here are the links to the previous post in the series: Part 1: what is it, Part 2: […]
There are such kinds of tools which, when you interact with them, an organization emerges that modulates the interaction. That organization takes on a life of its own. The design and affordances of some tools for thought enable the emergence, persistence and adaptability of such an organization. This is the fourth out of five posts […]
Here’s my talk “Better Project Management with Knowledge Graphs” from the Benelux PMI Fair 2021.
And can render the slides from my public nodebook graph.
Personal Knowledge Graphs
Roaming through contexts wit…
What’s the weight of the past? For me, right now, it’s about two tons. Literally. I moved back to Australia in mid-March of this year. Courtesy of the pandemic-lockdown, every part of my initial plans for the move were shredded,…
Decisions made within the Enterprise are best made when adequately informed. The ability to access knowledge in a timely manner, to categorise, analyse and prioritise its importance is essential. Capturing knowledge both explicit and tacit can be an endeavour in … Continue reading →
When pointing out the benefits of Linked Data, I’m usually talking about integrating data from heterogeneous sources in a way that’s quite independent of the local schemas and not fixed to past integration requirements. But even if we take a single data source, and a very popular one, Wikipedia, it’s easy to demonstrate what the web […]
There are not many models that have enjoyed such a long life and wide acceptance as the Knowledge Pyramid. Also known as the DIKW pyramid, it features data as the basis and shows how information is built on it, then knowledge, and finally wisdom. Each layer refers to the lower one, using it but adding […]
One of the themes that came up in the Vlerick Business School session on EA-roadmaps was around how long it takes to learn how to develop the skills needed to do enterprise-architecture – and how and why to learn them,…
A business can expend considerable effort and cost attempting to achieve the various goals it has set. Both the effort and costs need to be managed through the execution of good process and the exploitation of reliable information. Using an … Continue reading →
No particular start-point for this one – just one of those first-thing-in-the-morning insights, that’s all. But it might be useful to various folks, and also acts as another potentially-useful SCAN crossmap, too. In knowledge-management and process-management, there’s what’s known as…
Conquering Uncertainties Creating Infinite Possibilities (Possible application :- Achieving Algorithmic Driven ACO) Acknowledgements :- Dr. Barry Robson notes and conversation; including Effort of Quantal Semantics Inc. Introduction The QEXL Approach is a Systems Thinking driven technique that has been designed with the intension of developing “Go To Market” solutions for Healthcare Big Data applications requiring integration […]