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On the one hand, there are knowledge seekers. Knowledge seekers are aware that a speciﬁc kind of knowledge is needed. They formulate the search question and either consult knowledge bases or contact knowledge providers. On the other hand, knowledge consumers are those people who are applying the knowledge. It is also possible that knowledge seeker and consumer are represented by the same person. In order to reuse knowledge, knowledge consumers can either directly apply the gathered knowledge (verbatim reuse approach) or combine various sources of knowledge to a new one.
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No one should be afraid to contribute or fear some kind of punishment. Thus, the project manager should also be perceived as a participant of the session having the same rights and duties than the other participants. However, often the manager hosts the lessons learned session making it impossible 2 A Methodology for Systematic Project Knowledge Reuse 35 to preserve the state of being equal. In order to solve this dilemma, one interviewee told us that he uses the support of a colleague. He describes his experience as following: As a ﬁrst step, you have to deﬁne the group of participants – people who should attend the lessons learned session.