Managing Maintenance Knowledge in the Context of Large Engineering Projects: Theory and Case Study

@article{Hall2003ManagingMK,
  title={Managing Maintenance Knowledge in the Context of Large Engineering Projects: Theory and Case Study},
  author={William P. Hall},
  journal={JIKM},
  year={2003},
  volume={2},
  pages={117-133}
}
Tenix Defence, one of Australia’s largest defence contractors, depends on winning bids and managing contracts for long-lifecycle engineering projects. The ability to capture, manage and deliver project knowledge in explicit formats is crucial to its success. Tenix is moving from a paradigm of traditional paper documents to electronically managing and automating structured knowledge artefacts in a knowledge management framework based on Karl Popper’s (1973) three worlds of knowledge. The new… CONTINUE READING
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