Amoco Implements 'Shared Learning' to Continuously Renew Itself (Classic Case Study)

 

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  • June 30, 1997
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  • APQC
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  • 8
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  • Member: FREE
Classic Content

This is a classic selection from APQC’s pre-2000 magazine, Knowledge Management in Practice.

As part of its "Shared Learning" knowledge management focus, Amoco has promoted the capture, transfer, and use of lessons learned based on a company learning model. The model involves synthesizing information from numerous sources and combining it with personal experience and lessons learned by others as a way to generate knowledge and accelerate improvement.

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