Best Practices for the Implementation of a Knowledge Management System in Small and Medium Enterprises
This literature review focuses on the best practices for implementing a knowledge management system in a small to medium sized enterprise. The literature helps to illustrate common challenges businesses face when implementing a knowledge management system. Fifteen sources are reviewed and divided into three main categories: (a) challenges in implementing knowledge management systems, (b) best practices and key success factors in implementing knowledge management systems, and (c) knowledge management in small and medium sized organizations.
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Combining Agile Software Development Practices and Knowledge Transfer Systems to Support Knowledge Sharing Between Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and Software Developers Hancock, Stephan A. (2012-06-28)This annotated bibliography reveals that knowledge transfer systems, when combined with selected agile software development practices, may help overcome barriers that prevent knowledge sharing between subject matter experts ...
Manship, Kyle (University of Oregon, 2018)This study addresses the problem of implementing and integrating earned value methodologies on Agile projects. The intended audience is program and technical managers and team members on projects that lead functional groups. ...
Knowledge Management Practices: Creating Effective and Efficient Processes in Globally Distributed Teams Kero, Jeremiah J. (2016)This literature review focuses on the creation of effective and efficient knowledge management processes for teams distributed across the globe. The literature illustrates the importance of knowledge management to ...