I am investigating methods of knowledge sharing amongst KM practitioners and have just discovered this group. I have known about Mendeley for many years but have only really just started playing - at the moment I am building a repository of education information for a client and am looking at various (not costly) approaches my client might take to secure the legacy they have in their information. There are only about 1000 items in the collection and they are all digital so a digital repository is one option - still investigating platforms. Any advice would be much appreciated.
I am investigating knowledge management based on specific project management methodologies, in particular regarding “lessons learned” and knowledge dissemination/retention in the workplace. Topics of discussion, case studies and tips for academic investigations (papers etc) are very welcome.
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About this group
This group is for all those knowledge management researchers and practitioners out there, who are looking for an extensive collection of knowledge management literature. We try to keep the literature well managed, including new contributions and adding meta-data, like tags and urls. Please join this group and help managing the literature by adding comprehensive tags to papers, articles and books you've read. Add notes about the things you thought are interesting, write short summaries, etc.