What is knowledge management like at different levels in a project environment?

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Posted by APM on 19th Mar 2013

What is knowledge management (KM) like at different levels in a project environment? How is knowledge managed at a personal level? In an individual project? In programmes and portfolios? Across organisations? And how does it all fit together?

When we talk about managing knowledge in project environments, it covers everything from detailed knowledge needed for a specific task in a single project to knowledge needed by a whole organisation and its stakeholders. Thats a lot of knowledge!

The APM Knowledge SIG (K SIG) hosted an event in March 2013 that explored KM practices at some of these different levels. It looked to answer the questions;

Do we need different approaches, methods and roles?
And how do we make sure all our KM efforts fit together?

The slides from the various presentations can be viewed and downloaded below.

The event content was also captured in pictorial form by Vanessa Randle of Thinking Visually and this can be viewed / downloaded by clicking the picture below.

Michael Norton produced a 'storify' story of the eventwhich can be seen here.

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