UDC 005.8:005.94

JEL O22

Umeh Uche Adaeze

 

Features of knowledge management activity in project-oriented banks

 

Abstract

 

The study concluded that successful knowledge management process in project-oriented banks needs specific project-oriented models, methods and instruments. Two models are suggested: model of presenting the project work breakdown structure considering activity of knowledge management and model of interaction for knowledge management creation with stakeholders of a project in bank. . Fig. 2, Ref. 18.

 

Keywords

 

формування портфеля проектів, компонент портфеля, оцінювання, інтроформаційна модель, цілісна оцінка, метод, експеримент.

 

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Сitation

 

Umeh Uche Adaeze (2014) Features of knowledge management activity in project-oriented banks. Project management and development of production, 52, 128-134




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