Abstract—The countries in the world, by relying on innovation, increase productivity and improve the economic statuse.One of the main reasons for this attention is competition between communities.Flexibility and rapid response against the variable environmental conditions, best use of human resources and knowledge and also you make the best decisions, are the achievement of knowledge management for organizations in these days. In today’s world, the power of societies depends on the scientific development and the ability to use the current science of the world. Therefore a society will be considered successful that is mastered in producing, achieving and applying new scientific findings and is able to have efficient output in shorter time in comparison with others. On the other hand the organizational and managerial attitude will remove some mistakes and will speed up the scientific enhancement. Although Knowledge Management has been mostly in organizations, it is useful in the process of organizing the growing rate of scientific developments.
Architecture is a multi-dimensional science, with artistic, technical, cultural, and humanistic approaches that creates spaces by using other sciences such as physics, psychology, sociology, economy, etc. Because of being in the area of knowledge and activities based on managerial and organizational approaches on the one hand and the direct relation of architecture with man’s daily life in different environments regarding the capabilities connected to knowledge management on the other hand, Architecture can be lead to improving human life if its strategies are applied.
Index Terms—Architecture, knowledge management, organization, architecture design.
Leili Iranmanesh is with the Sama technical and vocational training college, Islamic Azad University, Kerman Branch, Kerman, Iran (e-mail:email@example.com).
Ali Mohammad Iranmanesh is with the Islamic Azad University, Kerman Branch, Kerman, Iran.
Cite: Leili Iranmanesh and Ali Mohammad Iranmanesh, "The Role of Knowledge Management in Architectural Projects," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 371-374, 2012.