Navigating the minefield by Patricia Lee Eng, Paul J. Corney

A Practical KM Companion (Apr 2017)



Patricia Lee Eng ; Paul J. Corney 


ASQ Quaity Press





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April 2017

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Navigating the minefield by Patricia Lee Eng, Paul J. Corney This book was written for anyone who is interested in using their knowledge more effectively to optimize operations. This knowledge can be their own, that of the teams in which they work, or the knowledge of the wider communities and teams in which they participate.

Whether you are a recently appointed knowledge management (KM) staffer, an experienced KMer who feels stagnant and stuck, or a senior manager with KM oversight responsibility looking for ways to improve the use of knowledge in your organization, this book was written for you. It is based on interviews with individuals who have created and managed successful KM programs around the world. The authors examine and analyze diverse KM programs and tactics, using quotes, insights, and stories to show why these programs are successful and how they improve both knowledge capture and knowledge flow.

The book examines 19 KM programs, including those at Airbus, ARUP, Cadbury Schweppes, Hewlett Packard (HP), the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, (CIAT), Lloyds Register Marine, NASA, MPM PETRONAS, U.K. National Health Service Digital, and the U.S. Army.

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  Navigating the minefield (April 2017) by Patricia Lee Eng , Paul J. Corney 
A Practical KM Companion

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