Knowledge is at the heart of what we do and how we serve our clients. Knowledge management is the framework upon which we leverage collective knowledge to solve problems, make better decisions, and drive innovation. It is most successful when all three are present and support the organization’s goals. We are a knowledge-based practice and need to be intentional about the knowledge we have and how we continue to gain and build expertise from each project.

By connecting our knowledge across market types and breaking down silos, we are able to leverage organizational knowledge to solve complex problems. Knowledge is never static in our practice, it is highly dynamic and moves across our organization, in and through project teams and workflows, and outward to our clients and potential clients. We don’t seek to invest in Knowledge Management simply for knowledge’s sake, but rather to aim for a better way of doing things — solving problems, making better decisions, and driving innovation.

Knowledge Management at BWBR Includes:

  • Communities of Practice
  • Benchmarking
  • Content Development
  • Information Management
  • Data Management
  • Data Analytics
  • Company Intranet
  • Digital Asset Management
  • Process Improvement
  • Market/Client-based Research
  • Learning Programming
  • Mentoring/Development
  • Research and Development
  • Thought Leadership
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Get in touch with our team today to learn more about knowledge management at BWBR!

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Stefnee J Trzpuc, CID, EDAC, LEED AP

Principal and Design Researcher

Stefnee holds a unique blend of passions for creative problem solving, user engagement, research, technology, and knowledge management. With a personal philosophy of “fail often, fail forward,” she is an enthusiast for constant transformation and operational improvement. Stefnee is drawn to complex problems and seeks comprehensive solutions while orchestrating change within the pillars of people, process, technology, and governance. Actively involved in knowledge management (KM) organizations for the AEC industry, Stefnee has been a frequent speaker at Knowledge Architecture’s KA Connect conference and industry events. BWBR’s KM program is supported by a diverse internal team to implement KM in alignment with the firm’s strategic goals, mission, and vision.


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