Building KM @Patni

Kadapa. Shashi., 2006. Building KM @ Patni. (Eds) Kazi, A.S., and Wolf, P. RealLife Knowledge Management: Lessons from the Field, KnowledgeBoard, ISBN: 9525004724, pp. 271-286

18 Pages Posted: 12 Dec 2013

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Shashi Kadapa

BVB College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli

Date Written: March 01, 2006

Abstract

The Knowledge Management Initiative (KMI) at Patni Computers Ltd. is a show case example of how to build and sustain a focused KM solution to meet the challenge of generating knowledge value for a highly mobile global 20,000 workforce, serving Fortune 1000 customers. With increased high end work the KMI solution needed to be highly agile and allow Patni workforce to leverage legacy learning’s. This case study brings into focus the salient issues and features of the Patni KMI solution. It explains in details how business drivers were harnessed to form the knowledge strategy and how community learning’s is fostered to bring mass movement that aligns itself with the organizations goals.

Keywords: knowledge management, CoP, contributions, architecture, KMI brand building

Suggested Citation

Kadapa, Shashi, Building KM @Patni (March 01, 2006). Kadapa. Shashi., 2006. Building KM @ Patni. (Eds) Kazi, A.S., and Wolf, P. RealLife Knowledge Management: Lessons from the Field, KnowledgeBoard, ISBN: 9525004724, pp. 271-286, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2366270

Shashi Kadapa (Contact Author)

BVB College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli ( email )

Vidyanagr, Hubli
Hubli
India

HOME PAGE: http://www.bvb.edu/

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