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  • Overcoming Knowledge-Sharing Barriers member content open

    By Martínez Sanz, Mercedes In the current competing and changing market environments, knowledge is a valuable resource for the competitive advantage of an organization more than ever before. Existing knowledge management…

  • Lessons (Really) Learned? How to Retain Project Knowledge and Avoid Recurring Nightmares member content open

    By Dülgerler, Mustafa | Negri, Marco Most companies have institutionalized the process of identifying and documenting lessons learned, but, even when these lessons are correctly identified and documented, they often get lost in a…

  • Global Workforce Effects on Knowledge Transfer member content open

    By Bernabe, Rosalinda P. This paper will provide insights on knowledge transfer using a virtual team-base scenario to describe how projects, programme, portfolio, and operations working within organisations tend to have…

  • How to Support Knowledge Transfer through PMOs member content open

    By Hafizoglu, Mustafa | Atagun, Burak Knowledge is being gained through a challenging path and it has great value for a company to survive and be competitive. As projects are completed, knowledge is accumulated and re-usability…

  • Do your projects fail? member content open

    By Rączka, Michał When projects fail, senior management and executives often will assume that people or the methodology are behind the failure and outside consultants often don't correctly identify the underlying…

  • Building the vision member content open

    By Fournet, Bill With a growing number of 'bold' mega-projects currently in execution, project managers are faced with the challenges of guiding projects that can have an impact on significant global problems and…

  • How to successfully use social media on your projects member content open

    By Fichtner, Cornelius The use of social media has become integrated into work and everyday life for a growing percentage of the world's population. In this paper, the author explores the effective use of social media in…

  • The mindset behind estimating and planning for agile member content open

    By Elleithy, Salah | Sidky, Ahmed In the late 1950s Peter Drucker coined the term "knowledge worker" and spent the rest of his life examining an age in which an unprecedented number of people use their brains more than their backs.…

  • We want our knowledge back: Insourcing PMO and demand services member content open

    By Barbero, Maria Cristina After years characterized by an apparently irreversible trend to outsourcing several and mostly all types of both business and IT services, we are now observing a process of insourcing them.…

  • If you build it, will they come? United Nations knowledge sharing platform member content open

    By Suda, Lawrence Great challenges lay ahead for the world as a whole and especially for organizations with global brands. Large-scale organizations such as the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have vast…

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