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A Model to Integrate Concepts of Project Management with Innovation and Knowledge Management

A Model to Integrate Concepts of Project Management with Innovation and Knowledge Management
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Author(s): João Carlos Araújo da Silva Neto (Magnesita SA, Brazil) and Ítalo Coutinho (Saletto Engenharia de Serviços, Brazil)
Copyright: 2016
Pages: 14
Source title: Project Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0196-1.ch014

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Abstract

In this chapter, the main objective is to show the reader the interaction between the innovation process and the project management process. In today's world, the great concern of large companies takes place in the process of ensuring that the knowledge gained remains within company boundaries. In this chapter, the authors show how a proposed model retains the knowledge gained during the project management process and company investments through innovation and the use of lessons learned methodologies. In addition, the reader has the opportunity to see the evaluation of the process of emerging technologies against the paper of the strategic planning process through the well-aligned process of knowledge management within the companies. The chapter is divided into three major sections: the first presents the main concepts in project management and also in innovation and technology. In the second section, the reader has the opportunity to learn about the process of project management and learning. Finally, the authors present the proposed integration model as a source of knowledge retention through innovation and technology.

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