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Capturing existing knowledge from projects for dissemination or to put in a system

Page history last edited by Allison Hewlitt 11 years, 9 months ago

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The InfoProject: A Tool for Sharing Internal Best Practices

This tool, developed by the INFO Project and prepared by Adrienne Kols and Margaret D'Adamo, includes a step-by-step process, tips, case studies and links to additional resources that explain how an organization can more effectively share its own best practices internally. 

 

Choosing Your Spots for Knowledge Management

This article, written by Peter Novins and Richard Armstrong, makes a case for categorizing knowledge according to its applicability (local to global) and its transferability (programmable to unique). Only when we think along both of these dimensions simultaneously do we begin to have an answer to the question "what types of knowledge are we dealing with?". Their labels point to key differences in how knowledge can be "managed".

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