Knowledge management as defined as systems to capture, create, store, distribute and use knowledge . Personal knowledge management then is such a system for personal use. Wright (2005) adds to this: "to enhance the effectiveness, productivity and innovation of individual workers"
Personally, I like to think of it more along the lines of the way Ahrens describes it in How to take smart notes (2017), as a tool for better thinking through externalization.
There are various tools for different aspects of PKM. I use ObsidianObsidian
There are many tools for digital [[personal knowledge management]]. I've used Evernote extensively, Google keep for a few months, Notion for a summer, OneNote for a day, I've watched videos on othe.... I share some of my notes in a more cleaned-up version in this online digital gardenDigital garden
A digital garden is a type of web presence which is somewhere in-between a tweet and a blog, in terms of the amount of structure and finality of the contents (see [[note stages]]). Like a garden, i... you are currently visiting.