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Project knowledge is managed at four distinct levels: individual, project, organizational and global. There exist two basic types of knowledge: micro-knowledge needed for performing a single task (or its part) and macro-knowledge i.e. all the knowledge possessed by subjects from given organizational level. The paper describes micro-knowledge life cycle and macro-knowledge life cycles of each organizational level as well as processes of vertical knowledge flow between organizational levels.

 

Read the full paper on project knowledge management (originally published by PMI Project Management Journal)