Engagement and Participation for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration - Fluor

 

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  • October 28, 2011
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  • APQC
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  • 10
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A knowledge management program is only as good as it is popular. An organization can build as many fancy knowledge sharing and collaboration tools as it wants, but unless employees are actively engaged and participating, the impact will be minimal.

Fluor Corporation was among six best-practice organizations studied in APQC’s 2011 Collaborative Benchmarking study Engagement and Participation for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration. This case study provides a comprehensive overview of Fluor’s knowledge management program and the strategies and tactics used to drive employee engagement.

 

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