Communities and Networks Facilitate Knowledge Sharing Among Project Teams

Published On:
May 26, 2017
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APQC
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Project teams are more likely to share knowledge if roles and expectations are clearly articulated as part of the broader project management process. APQC’s Managing Project Knowledge study examines how strong project management programs structure continuous sharing and learning across teams. As summarized in this article, APQC found that, through communities and networks, project personnel can answer one another’s questions and share a range of useful information and documents, from new ideas and methods to work examples and outputs.