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Gasik Stanisław (Sybena Consulting)
Tytuł
Zarządzanie wiedzą o projektach
Źródło
Studia i Materiały / Wydział Zarządzania. Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2010, nr 1, s. 68-87, rys., bibliogr. 80 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Zarządzanie projektem, Zarządzanie przez projekty, Zarządzanie wiedzą
Project management, Management by projects, Knowledge management
Uwagi
streszcz.
Abstrakt
Rozwój wiedzy o zarządzaniu projektami napotyka wiele trudności. Żadna z dostępnych publikacji nie porządkuje obszaru zarządzania wiedzą o projektach w sposób analogiczny do usystematyzowania w dostępnych kompendiach i standardach takich obszarów, jak zarządzanie czasem, zarządzanie kosztami czy zarządzanie jakością w środowisku projektów. Za jedną z głównych przeszkód w dalszym rozwoju wiedzy o zarządzaniu projektami uważany jest brak systematycznego przeglądu stanu badań dotyczącego tego obszaru. Niniejszy artykuł zawiera opis oryginalnego, pełnego modelu zarządzania wiedzą o projektach, w którym podstawową rolę odgrywają:
  • Mikrocykl życia wiedzy - określający zestaw procesów wykonywanych na pojedynczych elementach wiedzy o projektach. W mikrocyklu życia wiedzy wyodrębniono podstawowe procesy zarządzania elementami wiedzy: identyfikację potrzebnej wiedzy, nabycie, tworzenie, wykorzystanie, transfer, identyfikowanie i dokumentowanie wytworzonej wiedzy, dzielenie się wiedzą oraz pozyskiwanie jej spoza organizacji.
  • Makrocykle życia wiedzy - zdefiniowane dla czterech poziomów zarządzania (indywidualnego, projektu, organizacji i globalnego), określające procesy wykonywane na całości wiedzy o projektach istniejącej na każdym z tych poziomów.
  • Międzypoziomowe przepływy wiedzy o projektach - powodujące przekazywanie elementów wiedzy pomiędzy poziomami zarządzania. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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