New research from Project Management Institute outlines five steps for building an effective knowledge transfer program, from identifying to assessing. In addition, an organization’s culture, leadership and people must “buy in” and support the effort.
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Companies that want to reach and remain at the forefront of innovation must achieve superior performance. Effective knowledge management can help.
The value of well-executed knowledge management is huge. So why--when times are tough and pocketbooks are tight--are companies being short sighted by not pursuing knowledge management strategies?
You may think of capital solely as the financial backing for your venture (or those decorative tops of columns in front of "important" buildings). There is an even more important kind of capital--intellectual capital, and the root of that is knowledge.
All of us have the ability to give freely of our knowledge in a corporate setting. Is that what some organizations would consider to be true knowledge philanthropy? How can we extend this concept to our working lives?
Some people see agile projects as knowledge transfer deserts where information is hoarded by key individuals and no useful documentation produced. Others believe agile projects are all about knowledge transfer. So why the disagreement? How can smart, experienced people have such different views about the same topic?
What do Business Process Improvement initiatives have to do with knowledge transfer and knowledge management? When done correctly, the BPI process hinges on knowledge transfer and lays the groundwork for ongoing knowledge management. Here we discuss a basic BPI process through the lens of knowledge transfer. This article download has been translated into Japanese.