Managing COVID-19 related knowledge in the UK Infrastructure sector
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AbstractCOVID-19 has caused the most serious economic and health crisis globally that we have witnessed in decades. Millions of people across the world have lost jobs, while the healthcare systems are struggling to cope with the rapid increase in cases. Many sectors have been affected with this pandemic including the construction infrastructure sector which benefits from engineers and different staff members travelling to site and interacting/collaborating with peers. Infrastructure construction organisations have responded well during the pandemic in order to carry on works while minimising risks to their employees and their families, however management styles have had to be updated and the transferring/ storage and collection of knowledge has seen new processes and methods being adopted. The relationship between Knowledge and its management within the infrastructure sector during the COVID-19 Pandemic is a topic that has not been regularly researched. This paper aims to review both the impact that COVID-19 has had within the infrastructure sector and Knowledge Management during these times attempting to gain an output of how knowledge has been managed throughout the pandemic within the sector.
CitationJallow, H., Renukappa, S., Suresh, S. and Algahtani, K. (2021) Managing COVID-19 related knowledge in the UK Infrastructure sector. ECKM 2021- Proceedings of the 22nd European Conference on Knowledge Management, ACI, pp. 371-380.
PublisherAcademic Conferences International
DescriptionThis is an accepted manuscript of an article published by Academic Conferences International in the Proceedings of ther 22nd European Conference on Knowledge Management on 3 September 2021. The accepted version of the publication may differ from the final published version.
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