About the KT Project

In the Summer of 2018, KT Project founder Mr. Christensen published a LinkedIn article in response to another article that had proposed “diversification is the answer for the workforce of the future” (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/canadas-oil-gas-workforce-need-more-than-talent-christensen-ret/). This article was republished by JWN Energy in 2019 (https://www.jwnenergy.com/article/2019/6/canadas-oil-and-gas-workforce-will-need-more-talent/).

This article reinforced Mr. Christensen’s belief that new talent cannot thrive without knowledge transfer. Thus, the Knowledge Transfer Project (KT Project) was conceived. Mr. Christensen has documented a wealth of behaviors, knowledge, and skills gleaned from decades of subject matter expert experience. The results are a useful and profitable body of knowledge that drives success for O&G and other projects.

The KT Project saves organizations significant money and time, by providing key resources to leverage expert knowledge transfer for successful project execution. Knowledge transfer is the process by which experienced personnel share-distribute behaviors, knowledge, and skills, with colleagues, and with personnel who will replace them.

KT Project how-to guidelines and training help organizations eliminate, minimize, and mitigate project challenges caused by knowledge gaps. The main volume of work comprises documents related to engineering and procurement, and supply chain work processes. The signature guideline is the Common Industry and Project Terminology. It defines thousands of common acronyms, abbreviations, phrases, and terms. This work is continuously expanded to include meanings for existing, new, and special terminology.

The KT Project’s vision is to provide clients with key guidelines and best practices that support the successful supply and delivery of projects by leveraging knowledge transfer. The KT Project’s passion is to mitigate, minimize, and eliminate project challenges.

KT Project documents may be used as-is and are customizable; they can be rebranded (white labelled) for your organization.