sensemaking in a networked world
Harold on The Expert Series — social media for professionals
“Harold provides pragmatic, forward thinking guidance in his blog … I have great respect for his tendency to challenge the way we think in learning.” —Emma Weber
International Keynote Speaker
“Harold has the rare talent of being both a thought leader and a pragmatic communicator. He is a pioneer in personal knowledge mastery — a skill just beginning to be recognized as critical in our digital age. He spoke to a group I manage in Paris composed of digital practitioners from global organizations headquartered in Paris. Harold had a strong impact on the way they now see their own professional development.” —Jane McConnell
Find out more about Harold’s speaking engagements.
Workplace Learning Consultant
“Harold Jarche combines a compassion for individuals in the organisation and society with a restless intellect and clarity of insight. He has created models drawing upon a solid foundation that give us great explanatory and predictive capability to understand how people can learn and work together more effectively.” —Clark Quinn
Harold consults with organizations to improve collaboration, knowledge sharing, and sensemaking — more.
Personal Knowledge Mastery
“I had the opportunity to work with Harold while developing collaborative knowledge-sharing practices for a global predictive chemistry network. Harold guided us in assessing our needs and setting realistic goals. He revitalized the global network by demonstrating the value of focusing on people instead of tools, as well as the introduction of his PKM model (seek-sense-share). “—Senior Analyst: Global Pharmaceutical Company > Image: Tanmay Vora
Harold’s personal knowledge mastery model is a framework of practical methods to connect work and learning.
“Harold’s posts are thoughtful. They’re long compared to most bloggers. And they’re filled with information and resources. This is a Johann Sebastian Bach level of productivity. It requires a combination of passion and discipline that you don’t see often.” —Wally Bock