Annual Meeting 2011 - Accessing Internal Knowledge

Accessing Internal Knowledge
Large companies are increasingly seeking technologies from external sources. However, these companies with multiple R&D sites have difficulty determining if solutions exist internally. This working group examines how to best capture internal knowledge and keep it from leaving the company.This working group aims to demonstrate how large organizations can identify and tap into existing internal knowledge in order to accelerate innovation.

Team Members: Terry Fetterhoff, Roche; Pam Nila, Elsevier; Rob McNamee, Temple University (SME)