The Power of Knowledge for Project Managers

by Michelle Stronach

Successful innovation that will yield real positive outcomes requires organizational capabilities for executing on strategy initiatives. It's not just about having the right people, it's about having the tools and corporate memory of knowing what works and what doesn't to support the thought processes for planning and getting the work done. This is where the importance of knowledge management comes into play.

Go with the Flow: Sharing Project Management Knowledge

by Ian Whittingham, PMP

Effectively maintaining project management knowledge is a key competency for any organization that undertakes projects on a regular basis. Knowledge acquisition, retention and dissemination are important because they support the development and application of project management capability--that is, the ability of an organization to leverage the collective knowledge and experience of its project managers.

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- Anna Freud

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