Personal Knowledge Graphs book 3D

Essential Balances: Stop Looking and Start Seeing What Makes Organizations Work

edited by Ivo Velitchkov and George Anadiotis

Is your thinking connected?

Do you write, read, research and think for work or leisure? Then you’ll have years of notes, ideas, articles and images. But all those thoughts are decaying. They are stuck in dusty notebooks, forgotten files on old backups and buried emails.
What if…

  • all the thinking you had ever done was live, fresh and connected?
  • adding new knowledge popped up connections to writing and reading you had forgotten?
  • you could travel through your thoughts like surfing the web?

That is connected thinking. That is a Personal Knowledge Graph.

In Personal Knowledge Graphs, experts and researchers explore the latest uses of PKGs. We mine the bumps to productivity, creativity and serendipity that come from a PKG practice. And delve into new developments and novel ways of thinking about and using PKGs to go beyond just linking topics and text.
Want to expand your mind and go deeper with PKGs?
Personal Knowledge Graphs: Connecting Thinking to Boost Productivity, Creativity and Insight will link you to the cutting edge of tools for thought.

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Essential Balances paperback

Essential Balances: Stop Looking and Start Seeing What Makes Organizations Work

by Ivo Velitchkov

If you are a manager or leader in an organization – company, public service, or NGO – or you are simply interested in how to make your organization work better, then this book is for you. If you have the feeling that you are skating over the surface of what is really going on in your organization, if you know that there is something more vital that you are missing out on, if you’re frustrated by applying the same management fads over and over, just with different labels on, then perhaps you are open to looking deeper into what makes organizations function, fail, and flourish.

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