We are planning to take KT from another organization and they have provided KT plan. In that KT plan, there is one task is playback session so I want to know what is playback session?
Welcome to CE @priya palaspagar . I'm guessing that you are referring to the regular full form of KT as 'Knowledge Transfer'. If that's the case, playback session would simply refer to 'revision' of the knowledge transferred by both the parties involved.
hi, @Kaustubh Katdare correct me if am I wrong is playback session same as reverse KT?
There is also one task in the business overview is "AOD review" so could you please let me know what is "AOD review" in KT plan?
Depends upon the mentor or the person in charge of KT. It could be bidirectional or simply reversed.
What's the background of this question? Some more information would help craft a better reply.
PS: Reverse KT
@Kaustubh Katdare which question background are you asking "AOD review" or playback session?
Yes its same to reverse KT.
thank you @saandeep sreerambatla can you please let me know what is "AOD review" in KT plan?
Knowledge Transfer in any project is sessions given to fresher or a new joinee to get acquainted to the technology being used in project and also to understand various aspects of the working project.
This is nothing but the exchange of knowledge in terms of software development.
Mu guess from your question is that, Playback session and AOD review are specific to your project. Please get it clarified from your project's concern authority.
In general, do you have any idea about "AOD review" if you have please let me know it will be very helpful for me thanks in advance @Radhika Deshpande
In generic software term it is 'Answers On Demand'.
as @Radhika Deshpande said, It's 'Answers On Demand'. Don't get confused by the short-forms. My best guess is that it's got something to do with questions/answers being discussed during the KT Session.
AOD means like while taking KT we can prepare question list and ask questions after KT session over.Correct me if I am wrong.
I'm sure someone from the organization will have a specific list of FAQs or be able to give you a better info on the acronyms used in that organization. You should look for such a source first as certain terms may not always mean the same across organizations.
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