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Personal Knowledge Management

  title={Personal Knowledge Management},
  author={Max V{\"o}lkel and Sebastian Schaffert},
1. Introduction Managing and enabling knowledge is a key to success in our economy and society (Wenger, 2002, p. 6). The problem of knowledge management can generally be tackled from two sides: top-down and bottom-up. Many approaches have been taken from the top down, in which the organisation aimed to better manage their internal knowledge by installing central knowledge repositories. Many of these systems were less accepted than expected (Braganza, 2002). Along with the Web 2.0 notions of… 

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