Jarche's network learning model encompasses 3 zones (social networks, communities of practice and work teams), with each activity involving both working out loud and personal knowledge management.
There are several facets, each looking different depending on the zone - for ex:
- you share your work freely with your work teams (you are, after all, getting paid for it), and you do so in a trusted environment. You probably share your work differently to social networks (more polished, less client-specific) and communities (somewhere in the middle).
- you might share and capture ideas from your loose ties in social networks, then test their application to your work in communities, before applying them in your work teams
- social networks are also great at connecting you to different, diverse opinions, which are probably more productively debated in communities (avoid echo chambers!). Opinions need to be crystal clear and mutually respected in workteams if the work is to not suffer
And so on for the other facets: relationships (new in social, developing in communities and reinforced in workteams), models and value (both similar to experience, really).