Can I use KM to create a centralized information repository?

Asked 2 years ago

Our company has implemented a knowledge management framework to improve the way information is shared amongst employees. I want to, however, incorporate this framework into the project management team to make sure that all stakeholders are on the same page to avoid mistakes and have outdated information. Is there a way I can do this using KM so that all project related codes and standards are available to the entire team?

Bernard Melendez

Tuesday, August 23, 2022

It's possible to use KM to create a centralized information repository. Here are 3 ways at your disposal to accomplish this task:

  1. You can use KM to create a central repository for all your company's documents, including budget sheets and reports. This way, all employees can access the same set of documents at any time.
  2. KM can collect all the files related to a project or product in one place and then share that data with multiple access levels.
  3. You can use a centralized repository as a universal location. Now every employee who needs access to a document knows where it is located, and they won't have to hunt around your office looking for it.

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