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July 06, 2014

PMAs and KM.

Today when I have been submitting my last PMA I remmembered my first submission. Now I can smile when I think about that day. To say the truth, I was feeling so silly that day. I remmember my struggle when I was writing that PMA. PMA after PMA I started to feel more confident, and now when I compare the very first and last PMAs, I can definitely say: I have learned to write under the pressure.

I think this is something very similar to Knowledge Management. KM processes were implemented by me (and I am sure by everyone) during this year. For example, we acquired knowledge based on the feedback or personal expertise, then we analysed it (what was good, what was bad), applied and retrieved it when we were writing the next PMA. Obviously, PMA is just the simplest yet the most obvious example. We do these steps in our every day life as well but I have never really thought about it before. Anyway, I just realised how much I have learned during this year and how emotions can change when you learn and perceive things differently. Although I complain about workload and dissertation, I've liked this journey and I am 100% sure that this is only a good beginning :)

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