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    Lessons learned--the army way member content open

    By Crosman, Lloyd Government and industry spend huge amounts of money managing projects. However, they routinely make the same costly project management mistakes over and over again. This paper presents how the U.S.…

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    The steps to the path of a successful training program member content open

    By Donahue, Jacqueline Today's business environment is a climate of high speed and complexity. To successfully fulfill the business requirements numerous new tools, techniques and processes are being developed and…

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    It’s not the widgets, it’s the people member content open

    By McComb, Dennis Knowledge-management projects - especially those based on intellectual capital and creating a virtual product - have been at the frontier of project management innovation for the past several years.…

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    A real-life approach to lessons learned member content open

    By Rasper, Vlad | Stanier, Michel | Carluccio, Patrick Lessons learned: everybody agrees that it needs to be done. However, holding post-mortem reviews is only the beginning of the process. Defining and implementing organization-wide solutions and…

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    Balancing the long and short-term knowledge requirements of a project-based organization--determining the knowledge of contribution required for a project member content open

    By Barry, Marie-Louise | Küsel, Thomas | Strydom, Johan The purpose of the paper is to propose a method, which enables project managers to plan projects more effectively in a knowledge intensive technology organization (KITO). The method enhances the…

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    In pursuit of excellence in project training member content open

    By Chadbourne, Bruce C. The goal of training is to effect a change in knowledge and behavior of the members of your organization. How often do shortcuts taken in the training process fail to communicate to the endcustomer…

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    Building a knowledge culture member content open

    By Anderson, A. Andrew Practicing knowledge management is a more complex endeavor than simply purchasing and installing software than allows project managers to conduct project reviews and archive lessons learned. It…

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    Integrating knowledge management into project management – a practical approach member content open

    By Kempf, Ronald Organizations practice knowledge management so that they can use the lessons they have learned and the knowledge they have generated to improve their project performance and realize their business…

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    Project management and knowledge-based economy –several issues on China’s situation member content open

    By Wu, Zhiming | Peng, Quangang The characteristics of knowledge based economy (KE) and project management (PM) and the relationship between PM and KE are discussed in this paper. The 21st century will be KE era and PM will be…

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    Integrating project management with knowledge management to improve the speed and quality of drug discovery member content open

    By Brown, Rodney A. A dazzling array of new technologies has driven major paradigm shifts in pharmaceutical discovery, but their coherent integration is key to advancing incremental change to breakthrough improvements…

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