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Best Practices at Worker Fingertips (Part 2)

by Joe Wynne

Are key written resources used by project workers stored randomly like in a library with a mad librarian? Toss that library card and use a context-rich intranet repository instead.

The Governance of Project Management

by Jim Harris

Simply put, the project contract is the governance of the project. Here's to a better understanding of the ties that bind.

Manage This!

by George Ball

The KM e-mailbag produces important questions about different kinds of management, but it all boils down to knowledge.

The Tale of Three Tells!

by George Ball

From the Department of Redundancy Department, a tale of effective repetition.

Humor Me

by George Ball

Knowledge is undoubtedly one of the key "humors" of any organization (yep, even more important than bile...).


by Kathryn M. Denton

What do your customers really want? Is that what you give them?

Learning How To Learn

by John Sullivan

If we conduct so many post-project reviews, why do the same mistakes keep creeping into our projects? Here's how to make "lessons learned" more meaningful.


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