Professional services focused on collaboration, knowledge sharing, and sensemaking in a networked world.
“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). His openness and transparency, as well as his understanding of cultural diversity were instrumental to project team engagement.”
— Senior Analyst: Global Pharma Company
I help organizations to work smarter in the following areas —
- workplace collaboration
- sensemaking and knowledge-sharing
- organizational learning
- communities of practice
- Consulting — I work with organizations to develop practical ways to improve collaboration, knowledge sharing, and sensemaking in a networked economy — more. Here is a working smarter case study.
- Keynote Speaker — Keynote presentations include preparation, resources, follow-up, and participation in related discussion panels, small groups, or interviews.
- Private Workshops — A private custom on-site or online PKM workshop can be arranged for organizations. The social learning online workshop is for teams supporting learning & development.
- Public Workshops — The popular PKM in 60 Days online workshop is focused on individual sensemaking.
- Hire to Write — Articles and white papers on a variety of subjects.
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“Harold Jarche is a true pioneer. Nine years ago , long before online activities were commonplace, we conducted a series of Unworkshops on the topic of web-based learning. We relied on free software. Our students came from Australia, Lebanon, Canada, Austria, the Azores, and points in between. Lessons were both synchronous and offline. To give people exposure, we used a different platform each week. I can’t imagine anyone (aside from Harold) crazy (and innovative) enough to sign up for something like this.” —Jay Cross (1944-2015), founder Internet Time Alliance