September 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Help in developing a lessons-learned database

Many organizations in the engineering and construction industry recognize the importance of a lessons-learned program (LLP), which plays an essential role in knowledge management systems. In such orga..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Many organizations in the engineering and construction industry recognize the importance of a lessons-learned program (LLP), which plays an essential role in knowledge management systems. In such organizations, project team members generally acquire new knowledge as their careers progress. The Construction Industry Institute (CII) defines a lesson learned as "knowledge gained from experience, successful or otherwise, for the purpose of improving future performance." This knowledge, however, may not be routinely disseminated within the organization. Optimizing the distribution of the knowledge, according to CII research, is worth the resources that are needed to develop a formal lessons l

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