Monday, February 28, 2005

Knowledge Management at Turner Construction

Folks, want to bring your attention to a cool article we released last month. Its about how Turner Construction Co., a partner in APQC's Integrating Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning study and the largest commercial builder in the United States, ensures its employees have access to the training and tacit knowledge they need to perform their jobs? According to James Mitnick, a senior vice president at Turner, the organization focuses on performance-based learning. Read about the learning network Turner has built to bring learning, knowledge, and collaboration together to drive the company's performance.

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3 comments:

sarah said...

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