Improving the management of knowledge in projects through optimising ICT support

Stark, J, Chan, E, McKenna, D, Oswald, P and Walker, D 2006, 'Improving the management of knowledge in projects through optimising ICT support', in Conference Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Project Management Australia Conference 2006, Melbourne, Australia, 8-11 August 2006.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Improving the management of knowledge in projects through optimising ICT support
Author(s) Stark, J
Chan, E
McKenna, D
Oswald, P
Walker, D
Year 2006
Conference name Project Management Australia Conference 2006
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 8-11 August 2006
Proceedings title Conference Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Project Management Australia Conference 2006
Publisher PMOZ
Place of publication South Brisbane, Australia
Abstract The use of Information Communications Technology (ICT) within a project framework requires that the sponsoring organization and project teams strategy work together to ensure that knowledge is stored and made available to the project team. To obtain the greatest benefits to the organization, this information must be made available to other teams once the project is completed. This requires sponsorship for the knowledge management processes that continues after projects are completed and a set of tools and ICT processes that facilitate the management and storage of appropriate information within an ICT solution.
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