Friday, April 11 | 1:00AM–1:00AM

Knowledge Sharing: Some Myths and Ideas, and a Little IT

Today in many circles the mention of knowledge management conjures up fears of complex IT systems (often equated with failure) or a new initiative (often associated with vague requirements). How do you develop a knowledge management program that incorporates the essence of organizational learning and knowledge sharing without new tools or systems? The Johnson Space Center has embarked on such a quest to define a program that leverages the wealth of knowledge of 50 years of human space flight not only for today's workforce but also for generations to come.


  • Jean Engle

    Chief Knowledge Officer, NASA/Johnson Space Center

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