As part of a Community of Practice building exercise we’re doing with Project10X, I have volunteered to put together an outline of a “Semantic Body of Knowledge” or SemBoK for short. We’re trying to put a vast array of competencies into an organized structure. I’ve got a reasonable start.
It will become public in the near future, but in the mean time I’m looking for a few people who would give it a rigorous critique.
I’ve identified 60 competencies, and have a paragraph on about half of them so far. Hopefully by the time you read this I will have a first draft of all 60. I expect it to be 10-14 pages long at completion. It’s organized a bit like a college curriculum (although it’s been a long time since I’ve been in college).
I’m looking for people to review it for completeness and relevance (i.e., are topics under- or over-represented?) and to edit the descriptions and fill in the suggested readings for each topic. If you’re interested, and would really commit to preparing a critique, email me and I’ll get you a draft: firstname.lastname@example.org