Systems and platforms can facilitate knowledge sharing but are not likely to drive it. Efforts need to be focused on people and processes to build resilient networks.

Modern organizations apply knowledge to make better decisions, create organizational memory and learning, stimulate change, and promote innovation. Knowledge sharing is a crucial capability for collective success.


OUR PORTFOLIO OF SUPPORT

 
 

Knowledge Environments

 
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Sharing
Culture

 
 
  • Strategic frameworks for knowledge management

  • Communities of Practice facilitation

  • e-Learning systems design

  • Content generation and sharing methods

  • Lessons Learned production

  • Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Knowledge Worker Toolkit

 

"KNOWLEDGE CHALLENGES NEED TO BE SYSTEMIC"

It is easy to establish partnerships

of workers revert to old habits during stress or rapid change

It is easy to find who knows what

of the workweek is wasted seeking information workers know already exists

of organizations so far, provide
easy access to their lessons learned

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of organizations invest more
in technology than in knowledge-sharing

(Source: Klever Knowledge Benchmark Report 2015, McKinsey & Company 2012)

OUR METHODOLOGY

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Maximize
people's benefits

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Holistic approach

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Focus on core teams

One of the knowledge-sharing benefits is that people can do more with less effort. This is one of our main goals, which in turn facilitates the readiness for change.

Environmental and cultural investments increase collaboration across silos, as well as trust, and credibility among people. Learning becomes a collective habit.

Talented teams and institutional memory ensure the quaility of the organization's services, and promote a virtuous circle embeded in the organization's DNA.