The discipline of Knowledge Management (KM) is becoming established as a key productivity enabler in today's modern organisations. This book describes how KM can be applied at a team and project level: at all scales from small teams working on discrete activities, to large multi-company construction and development projects. The book includes some of the KM techniques that can be applied to projects, such as Peer Assists, Project Retrospect's, Technical Limit meetings, KM self-audits, and KM plans. It is illustrated throughout with examples from successful organisations.
- Knowledge as a key asset for improving team performance
- The management of knowledge (KM) as a discipline and its evolution and future development
- How KM can be successfully embedded in a project framework
...a most interesting work on knowledge management that can be applied to teams and projects., Online Information Review
Principles of knowledge management; Teamwork and project work; The flow of knowledge within projects; The flow of knowledge between projects; Assurance and embedding; The linkage with other management disciplines; Summary.
Series: Chandos Knowledge Management
Number Of Pages: 168
Published: 14th September 2005
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.25