Obtaining Information within Organizations LO28915

From: Sensaru@aol.com
Date: 07/27/02

Replying to LO28903 --

In a message dated 7/26/2002 6:38:52 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
HJRobles@aol.com writes:

> To begin to address the problem (or "opportunity" as we wryly refer to the
> near-impossible), I formed a kind of skunk works with a few of the best
> systems thinkers on campus, one of whom is the chief technology officer
> because technology is maybe the best tool we have to disseminate
> information (second only to the rumor mill). And then the fates were kind
> enough to send me a graduate student looking for a research project on
> communities of practice in education and he happens to have experience in
> the computer engineering industry developing taxonomies, etc. I added him
> to the team because he also provided an external perspective.

Have you taken a look at the CMMI method at the software engineering



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