Knowledge Mobilization (KMb): Multiple Contributions & Multi-Production Of New Knowledge

Who Is Controlling Your Knowledge?


Do you control your own knowledge or do others control your knowledge?

2 responses to “Who Is Controlling Your Knowledge?

  1. Sharon Mickan June 20, 2013 at 6:53 am

    to some extent we let others control how we receive information and the way in which we learn, but I try to prioritise time to reflect on and discuss my knowledge, so that I control how and what knowledge I share

    • KMbeing June 21, 2013 at 6:00 am

      Thanks for your comment. I agree that information received is often out of our control yet how we use this information and the ways we turn it into knowledge and share it is something we mostly control. As you suggest, by taking the time to reflect and discuss our knowledge in ways we decide can make our knowledge shared something for good or something for harm. Unfortunately, there are times when even our best intentions to share knowledge for good can have unexpected consequences of harm, but that too can also lead us to a deeper understanding of how we share our knowledge. Knowledge sharing is about how we choose to control how and what we share. I appreciate your insight.

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