“The 21st century holds great promise for those knowledge workers who can insightfully anticipate, then rapidly develop new work skill+tool capabilities that answer the emerging demands of their futures.  Join me in advancing knowledge work.” – tyelmene

Take charge of your future!
Learn the simple procedure that best enables the development
of knowledge work capabilities.

 

Welcome to KaL.

 
KaL is the primary website/blog of tyelmene. I hope you’ll find this site a welcome and rewarding place to be. I will chronicle and share my own learning journey here –  Blog.  I will go deep and wide into  knowledge work, capability development, professional development, knowledge management, organizational learning, systems thinking, workflow automation, work processes and procedures, work products and outcomes, best work practices, advanced and self-directed learning, information and data analysis and management, decision science, presentation skills, creative work skills, effective work productivity and devising one’s own professional purpose and many other  topics I care about.  And KaL will publish contributed insights from thought leaders in related fields. Additionally, you’ll find a catalog of books, papers, tools and more in –  Resources.  But mostly, this site is for you, the reader/consumer; see About. Together, I hope we can expand the practices of capability-developed knowledge work.

I invite you to subscribe to Knowledge Practices Journal; KaL’s monthly newsletter. This resource will include timely information curated along with several of the current KaL posts. You’ll also receive weekly news updates via KaLNote.  Also feel free to subscribe to the site’s many general and topic-specific RSS feeds if you’d like.

Finally, I strongly encourage you to participate by contributing your own voice to KaL.  Our conversation and collective learning can only be strengthened by your questions and comments. For more, please
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Thank you.

• Are you feeling overwhelmed by the ever-increasing demands you face in your work life?
• Is the pace of change increasing in your industry?
• Is your technology limiting your ability to adapt/improve?

If so, ‘just doing more of the same’ may not work.
Check our my upcoming book: Transformational Knowledge Work

 

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