The Lessons Learned Process at U.S. Army ARDEC



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The United States Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) was among the best-practice organizations studied as part of APQC's Collaborative Research study, "Cutting the Cost of Not Knowing: Lessons Learned Systems People Really Use." This article provides an overview of the process that ARDEC uses to capture and reuse lessons learned, including objectives, procedures, roles and responsibilities, and technology.

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