Knowledge Management Life Cycle: An Individual's Perspective
Paper in proceedings, 2014

Product development projects are expected to deliver results according to project goals. However, long-term success (over product generations) is diminishing when little time is given for knowledge capture and reuse. Effects of inefficient knowledge management (KM) become apparent when valuable knowledge is lost over time. Core barriers that decrease efficiency in KM, at the case companies, are mapped into a knowledge life cycle model, based on an individual’s perspective. To improve KM, instant knowledge work (acquisition, creation, refinement, sharing) is presented as a mind-set and a tool.

knowledge management

instant knowledge work

knowledge management life cycle

continuous knowledge work

Author

Daniel Stenholm

Chalmers, Product and Production Development, Product Development

Jonas Landahl

Chalmers, Product and Production Development, Product Development

Dag Henrik Bergsjö

Chalmers, Product and Production Development, Product Development

DS 77: Proceedings of the DESIGN 2014 13th International Design Conference

1847-9073 (ISSN)

1905-1914

Subject Categories

Other Mechanical Engineering

Areas of Advance

Production

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Created

10/7/2017