Course Description

An in-depth study of iterative process of prototyping and deploying knowledge management system software before, during, and after the knowledge audit and capture phase of the Knowledge Management Development Lifecycle. The course provides a comprehensive, thoroughly up-to-date treatment of the capturing, codifying, and mapping of tacit knowledge in the enterprise; applying the iterative prototyping development process for software development and integration; and the time-based deployment process using modern project management software tools. Practical focus will be placed on the use of Project Management Software to manage the Knowledge Management Development Lifecycle.

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