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Knowledge Management for Teams and Projects (Knowledge Management)

by Nick Milton

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Management & management techniques,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Human Resources & Personnel Management,
  • Library & Information Science,
  • Business & Economics / Human Resources & Personnel Management,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines-Library & Information Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8930390M
    ISBN 10184334114X
    ISBN 109781843341147

      Every project creates knowledge. Every project depends on knowledge. Knowledge management allows project teams to leverage rivers of organizational knowledge to support project objectives. It also allows projects to add measurable value to an organization's knowledge. The following knowledge management best practices are critical for projects. Project Management Professional (PMP)® Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Disciplined Agile; PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)®.

    This book introduces readers to a wide range of knowledge management (KM) tools, techniques and terminology for enhancing innovation, communication and dedication among individuals and workgroups. The focus is on real-world business examples using commonly available technologies. The book is. of knowledge management (KM) in a straightforward and accessible way, before in- troducing the various KM products and tools that BCPR recommends for use in the CPR Practice Area.

      Knowledge Management as applied to projects is a pretty well-understood field (see for example my book on Knowledge Management for Teams and Projects). It consists of a rigorous structure of Learning Before, During and After, and drawing on the knowledge of others in the organisation in order to anticipate, avoid, and (if necessary) solve. I show teams that are just starting out how to set themselves up for success. I’ve captured this extensive knowledge and experience in my book, Data Engineering Teams: Creating Successful Big Data Teams and Products. This book represents the practical guide for how to manage and create Big Data teams.


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Knowledge Management for Teams and Projects (Knowledge Management) by Nick Milton Download PDF EPUB FB2

The discipline of Knowledge Management (KM) is becoming established as a key productivity enabler in today’s modern organisations.

This book describes how KM can be applied at a team and project level: at all scales from small teams working on discrete activities, to large multi-company construction and development by: The discipline of Knowledge Management (KM) is becoming established as a key productivity enabler in today's modern organisations.

This book describes how KM can be applied at a team and project level: at all scales from small teams working on discrete activities, to large multi-company construction and development projects/5(5).

This book describes how Knowledge Management (KM) is applied at team and project levels. Chapters cover KM techniques such as Peer Assists, Project Retrospect, Technical Limit meetings, KM self-audits, and KM plans/5.

a most interesting work on knowledge management that can be applied to teams and projects., Online Information Review User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.

Consistent success does not happen by chance. It occurs by having an understanding of what is happening in the environment and then having the skills to execute the necessary changes. Ideal for project, IT, and systems development managers, IT Best Practices: Management, Teams, Quality, Performance, and Projects details the skills, knowledge, and a.

Knowledge Management for Projects 5. with staffing the project teams with the adapt to increase performance through learning using knowledge management tools.

This book is divided into. 4. Knowledge management and contractors. With contractors holding increasingly important roles on project teams including project management, architecture and design, knowledge management becomes even more crucial since you don’t want the contractor’s knowledge to walk out the door when the contract ends.

A straightforward guide to leveraging your company's intellectual capital by creating a knowledge management culture. The Complete Guide to Knowledge Management offers managers the tools they need to create an organizational culture that improves knowledge sharing, reuse, learning, collaboration, and innovation to ensure mesurable growth.

Written by internationally recognized knowledge Cited by: This is a book that deals with a very specific part of knowledge management (KM), namely knowledge retention (KR). KR is a discipline concerned with the managerial initiatives focused on assessing and retaining the most critical knowledge within the firm, particularly when faced with the potential loss of employees, e.g.

due to retirement. Project knowledge management refers to a systematic sequence of activities for organizing and distributing knowledge, developing and training teams, and implementing and maintaining technologies to ensure that relevant and filtered information is being properly.

Cross-functional project teams have several key benefits related not only to knowledge management (KM) but also to innovation. These are: Creation of new knowledge: Project teams have often been considered to be a particularly important source of new knowledge, particularly when they are given a certain degree of freedom and autonomy (Zoerman.

Knowledge Management > KM Roles > Knowledge Management Implementation Team ; Knowledge Management Implementation Team. During the implementation stage, knowledge management is a project. It is a project set up to implement change in the organization, and to move the organisation to a state where knowledge management is embedded as part of the.

This book explores the relationships between knowledge management (KM) processes and innovation management. The geographical extension of markets and intensification of competition have led firms to experiment with novel approaches to innovation. New organizational forms emerged in which firms collaborate with various stakeholders to create, absorb, integrate and protect knowledge.

This book. The paper investigates the role of knowledge management in enabling project success, innovation, completion times, operational efficiency and the generation of new knowledge in development projects.

In the IT Project Management course, learn to Identify, assess, and manage typical IT projects. You will master the essential fundamentals and best practices of project management methodology.

Train in IT Project Management and enroll now at Global Knowledge. The Project Management Body of Knowledge is a set of standard terminology and guidelines (a body of knowledge) for project body of knowledge evolves over time and is presented in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (the Guide to the PMBOK or the Guide), a book whose sixth edition was released in The Guide is a document resulting from work overseen by Author: Project Management Institute.

Experienced project managers have knowledge and skills which can be shared with project managers who are new to the organization or to the profession. Experienced project managers can also maintain, as well as improve, their own effectiveness by continuing to learn through knowledge transfer.

Project managers are focused on leading their projects and are often challenged with finding ways to. New knowledge should be captured and stored appropriately for others to access and learn from. The following series of tools and techniques describe how knowledge management can enable people to find information and knowledge more effectively.

Virtual teams are a relatively new phenomenon and by definition work across time, distance, and organizations through the use of information and communications technology.

Virtual Teams: Projects, Protocols and Processes gathers the best of academic research on real work-based virtual teams into one book.

It offers a series of chapters featuring practical research, insight and. The book demonstrates how to achieve on-time delivery and awesome profitability for any engineering or manufacturing project.

Best digital project management book Interactive Project Management: Pixels, People, and Process. In digital project management, no two projects are the same. Author of the book Virtual Leadership, Pullan describes virtual projects teams as ones where at least one member of the team is remote from the others.

Virtual teams can also be referred to as a geographically dispersed team, distributed team or remote team.Project-Based Knowledge Management System Using Blog project, detailed situational information of the project is needed, such as a project description, the associated activity, the involved companies as well as the relevant knowledge that was created earlier.

In order both to fully understand the knowledge. Sink or swim! Taking over a dysfunctional project team can be a very frustrating yet exhilarating experience. This article summarizes some “rules of the road” that should help you navigate through shark-infested waters--with the result being a highly motivated department or team delivering quality projects on time.