How It Started
Can we re-use historic knowledge to guide the future?
A project is “a collaborative temporary enterprise that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim”. This is why most people believe a project has it’s own unique non-repeatable characteristics. But is that really true?
We believe it is not, so what can we learn from previous projects? How can people benefit from this knowledge in new projects? And how can we prevent project amnesia?
Being active in projects for over 15 years, these questions inspired us. So we left our comfort jobs and started working on this challenging project. Using an old conference table and a whiteboard to work on an idea for re-using plain data and people’s lessons learned from the past. Transforming this into valuable information which can be applied and shared with others so more people can benefit and become better in what they do.
We turned this idea into a software product using the inspiration and support from the Startup Community. Today it is ready to help teams and organizations from all around the world to retain, re-use and share their collective memory, take better decisions at the right time and deliver great projects for sustainable businesses in the future.