Center Stage: The Voice of The Project Economy

Talking about Project Knowledge

av Center Stage: The Voice of The Project Economy | Publicerades 8/4/2020

We are living in a project economy where products, services, and ideas are developed  through the global exchange of knowledge. However, what are we talking about when we talk about working knowledge?In this podcast, Laurence Prusak will discuss how the most successful teams and organizations find, create, nurture, and distribute knowledge for the ultimate competitive advantage. Larry is the co-author of several of the most successful management books on this subject , ‘Working Knowledge: How Organizations Manage What They Know,’ and ‘What’s the Big Idea? Creating and Capitalizing on the Best Management Thinking.’ Larry discusses with PMI COO, Joe Cahill, how working knowledge is very different from data and information. He will also discuss how organizations capitalize on effective knowledge and why knowledge is profoundly social.PMI community members can access 2015 PMI  Pulse of the Profession report on ‘ Capturing the Value of Project Management Through Knowledge Transfer,’ featuring Larry Prusak at 

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The nature of work is changing. As organizations restructure their activities around projects and programs during a time of unprecedented change and complexity, they’re also called on to reimagine how problems are solved and how work gets done. This takes a deep commitment to collaboration, empathy and innovation. Through this podcast series, ‘Center Stage: The Project Economy’, PMI presents the real meaning of innovative change, focusing on the strengths of virtual teams and cross-functional project-based work. We’ll help you stay on top of the trends and see what’s ahead for The Project Economy, and your career.