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A guide to knowledge management best practices.



We think of knowledge as something that can be recorded in words, visualized and taught. However, this isn't always the case.

Knowledge management is the practice of identifying, creating, communicating, socializing, measuring and improving knowledge to support strategic objectives.

Knowledge management is a political topic. It needs the support of executive management to have any chance of success.

How to measure the quality of knowledge.

From knowledge management dysfunction to bliss.

The successful knowledge management practice recognizes the distributed nature of knowledge. They focus on those shared knowledge management services that can be centralized.

Knowledge management tools have changed over the years. However, they still address the same basic needs.

Every project creates knowledge. Every project depends on knowledge. The following knowledge management best practices are critical for projects.

How the knowledge economy became the innovation economy.

Knowledge management is the continual process of squeezing value from information.

Information isn't knowledge. Knowledge management is the practice of turning the rivers of information that an organization produces into valuable, actionable knowledge.

As information technology has advanced the line between knowledge and information has begun to blur.

The four dimensions of knowledge value.

Never miss a good chance to profit from knowledge.


A reasonably big list of project risk examples.

The following examples of project management goals may help you to design your performance objectives (e.g. MBO or balanced scorecard).

We think of knowledge as something that can be recorded in words, visualized and taught. However, this isn't always the case.

When you're young, risk seems like an interesting topic. It sounds like something you might encounter on a snowboard or in a race car. By the time you've grown up and become a professional project manager, it's not quite so fascinating.


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