Knowledge assets about construction enterprise collected in the Knowledge Map

Bożena Hoła,

Marek Sawicki

Abstrakt

A good level of knowledge is required in order to carry out construction processes in the correct way. The knowledge is acquired from publications, documents, legal regulations, standards, but mainly from construction projects carried out. This knowledge also resides in the employees’ minds. The recording, storing and processing of knowledge for the purpose of drawing inferences about future projects may aid management processes to a considerable degree. The “Knowledge Map” can be used as a tool supporting decision making on the basis of the accumulated knowledge. The paper presents benefits which stem from the use of the proposed Knowledge Map in a building enterprise.

Słowa kluczowe: construction business, Knowledge Map, knowledge management, process approach
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