Managing Project Knowledge at a Charitable Foundation

 

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  • March 8, 2017
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  • APQC
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  • 6
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  • Your Price: $50.00
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To help project management teams and offices build the right KM capabilities, APQC recently conducted a study exploring the intersection of knowledge and project management. This research explores how organizations leverage KM approaches such as communities of practice, enterprise social networking, lessons learned methods, collaboration platforms, and content repositories to support project management methodologies and processes.

This blinded case study focuses on tools and approaches that a charitable foundation uses to manage project knowledge and build knowledge transfer, sharing, and reuse into the project management lifecycle.

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