My top 10 tools


I just came back from a vacation. I’m full of energy and great ideas are waiting to be implemented in the coming months.

To get things done, I use several different tools. Some time ago I created a mindmap of my knowledge working landscape, categorizing various tools I use under labels like gathering, processing, networking, sharing, scheduling and listing various contexts in which the work gets done.

It’s a great exercise to see what tools you are using to complete different tasks and gives a quick overview how your knowledge working flow could be improved. I will share this mindmap later because some people have asked for it.

Until then, here is a link to my list of top 10 tools on the website of Centre fro Learning & Performance Technologies. They are in no particular order and do not include the 100+ other tools, but are some of the most frequently used in my toolbox. If you want to browse and get great new recommendations for experimentation, see what other professionals on the field are listing as their top 10 tools.

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