Project & KM

Our clients

  • Association of Information and Image Management (USA)
  • Bank Indonesia
  • Bank Negara Malaysia
  • British Council (global)
  • CapitaLand
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
  • Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore
  • Defence Science & Technology Agency
  • Department of Transport (Abu Dhabi)
  • DesignSingapore Council
  • Food and Agriculture Organisation (Italy)
  • Health Promotion Board
  • Housing & Development Board
  • Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore
  • Institute of Technical Education
  • IE Singapore
  • International Fund for Agricultural Development (Italy)
  • Islamic Development Bank (Saudi Arabia)
  • Jardine Group (Hong Kong)
  • Keppel Land
  • Maxis (Malaysia)
  • Ministry of Law
  • Ministry of Manpower
  • Ministry of Trade and Industry
  • Monetary Authority of Singapore
  • National Library Board
  • National Science Foundation (USA)
  • Public Service Division
  • Singapore Army
  • Singapore Customs
  • Singapore Exchange Regulation
  • Singapore Sports Council
  • The Revenue Commissioners, Ireland
  • SUT Sakra Pte Ltd
  • Workforce Development Agency
  • Yokogawa Engineering Asia Pte Ltd

Project management is a discipline that utilises a specific set of tools and techniques and the application of knowledge and skills to meet agreed objectives to achieve specific outcomes. Most project management training and methodology does not explicitly recognise the management of knowledge as a vital resource for successful projects, particularly, the knowledge needs and outputs of project teams. Knowledge needs to be recognised as a resource to be managed, like any other physical, financial or manpower resource, and a KM plan for a project is just as important as a risk management plan.

Straits Knowledge, through its engagements on knowledge management initiatives, is able to provide an integrated project and knowledge management methodology and training for its clients. The methodology has two interwoven threads of project management and knowledge management methods, utilising good practices learnt from training, research and experience.

The benefits of project knowledge management are that it: