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Does the PMBOK Guide cover Knowledge Management?

Stanislaw Gasik critiques the 5th Edition of PMI’s PMBOK® Guide in latest paper

12 January 2015 – Dallas, London, Sydney – Stanislaw Gasik in Warsaw, Poland has authored a major new paper in which he critiques the PMBOK® Guide on how well the important subject of knowledge management is addressed. His new paper, titled “An Analysis for Knowledge Management in PMBOK® Guide” was published in the January PM World Journal and can now be found in the PM World Library (PMWL).

According to the author on page 1 of his paper, “There is no explicit definition of the concept of knowledge in PMBOK® Guide. This is probably the biggest shortcoming of PMBOK® Guide in this area, the cause of most of the other mistakes, errors and inconsistencies. You cannot apply any concept correctly when you do not know what it is…” To read this paper, go to the author’s showcase page at and click on the title. Must be a logged in library member to access after 7 February 2015.