Realising the Value of Knowledge on Major Projects
Tuesday, 3rd December 2013
Analysis by knowledge management consultancy Knoco shows that the majority of projects under-resource KM compared to the value it delivers. Sarah Dillingham examines how knowledge managers could use such analysis to better allocate staff hours, how they can ensure that projects realise their full knowledge potential, and why the number of man hours applied doesn't necessarily correlate to value realised.
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