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Agile Knowledge Management

Access to new resource related to Agility and Project Knowledge Management and added to PMWL



Resource provided by Maumita Patwary


4 March 2024 – Mumbai, India – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library (PMWL) related to Project Knowledge Management. The new resource is titled “Agile Knowledge Management” by Naprawski Thomas et al. and published in Procedia Computer Science in 2021. This resource explores the implementation of agile methodologies in online businesses, highlighting its benefits in enhancing organizational efficiency and improving project outcomes.

With an emphasis on the transition from traditional to contemporary methods, the research looked at the operational dynamics of internet businesses. Research has demonstrated that the adoption of agile approaches significantly improved an organization's efficacy. As a result of agile techniques' emphasis on collaboration and communication, assigning tasks and setting deadlines is made simpler. Additionally, employing agile frameworks to involve clients in the planning phase produced greater results.

The outcomes highlighted several advantages associated with the application of agile methodologies. There was an increase in team members' commitment to their duties, enhanced communication, and increased operational efficiency. Agile project management techniques significantly reduced costs and ensured excellent project outputs. The study suggests that agile methods be extensively used in online firms in light of these advantages, which eventually help organizations as well as their clientele. It is accomplished by emphasizing the techniques' ability to encourage adaptability and improve product quality.

To access this resource, go to the Basic PPM Processes and Topics section of the library at,click on "Knowledge Management and PM" and scroll down to find the resource. Users must be registered and logged in to access. If not registered, please try the 30-Day Free Membership.

This new resource is made available through the PMWL university research internship program, to learn more, click here