Knowledge Sharing in Projects

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Knowledge Sharing in Projects
Taimoor Marjani, Student (University), Malaysia

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In today’s highly competitive global knowledge economy, all organizations need to manage projects effectively.
Evidence from recent studies has demonstrated that most projects do not meet their quality, schedule, and budget objectives, or fail to satisfy stakeholders and organization expectations. Regardless of the success criteria, these studies have tried to find the reasons for project failure or success. One of the most common approaches is that project effectiveness and performance is known to be positively related to sharing and reusing knowledge in projects. This can help project managers to avoid making the same mistakes over and over again. Knowledge sharing refers to a positive force in sharing organizational knowledge in order that such knowledge can be used to increase the success rate of projects.

Knowledge Sharing Strategy
Brian Smith, Business Consultant, Australia
I think you have a sharp grasp of the fragmentation of successful project closure due in the main to organisational disjointedness. This situation can be overcome by the organisation by actioning an internal knowledge transfer strategy and by retaining older workers as "coaches" ref: Biju T.A. and implementing those internal communication mechanisms ref: Dilip Khanal in this forum.



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