A Case for Knowledge Management in the A/E Industry

In this Viewpoint article, Doris Pulsifer, Associate at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, talks about the many and timely reasons to make knowledge management (KM) a focus in today’s A/E practice, and provides a comprehensive discussion of what KM is and how it should be implemented.

URL: http://www.aecbytes.com/viewpoint/2008/issue_41.html

2 thoughts on “A Case for Knowledge Management in the A/E Industry

  1. Thanks for the interesting and very timely article. Our own 200 person firm has a KM team that is constantly trying to access the information/technology needs of our organization. Great to see an article about KM specifically focused on AEC firms. Very helpful to have the differences between tacit and emplicit knowledge in a design organization so clearly stated. Even in an organization as small as ours, it is challenging to try to overcome the information silos that exist. KM seems to be mean so many different things to different people. Big challenge is not having IT solutions drive KM. I hope you write future articles on this important topic.

  2. Michelle,

    Thank you for your comments. I am interested in initiating a dialogue about KM in our industry. Please stay in touch.



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