The phases of project initiation and project closure are substantially covered in blog posts, talks, and other resources across the TechComm society. Today, I would like to address a less frequently discussed phase – replacing a technical communicator in a project team.
To check your project for knowledge management problems, try answering the following three questions:
- Do you know what your project team needs to know?
- Do you know what they already know?
- Do you (and they) know where their knowledge is stored?
If you have troubles doing so, your project might require knowledge transfer. Here’s how a dedicated Information Developer can help you. Continue reading