Knowledge management -Before you start a KM initiative, create clarity of Purpose.

Knowledge-based industries struggle to equip their talent with the right knowledge at the right time. Millions of dollars are invested in Learning Solutions and Knowledge Management (KM) systems.



Knowledge-based industries struggle to equip their talent with the right knowledge at the right time. Millions of dollars are invested in Learning Solutions and Knowledge Management (KM) systems.


Whether it is getting new employees onboarded and productive quickly, or ensuring that current employees continue to develop and apply their knowledge effectively, historic approaches have yielded minimal results.


Effective knowledge management programs demonstrate some common characteristics:

  1. Multi-Modal: Delivered through multiple channels - 1) Tool based learning, 2) Social learning, 3) Programmatic earning, and 4) External learning.

  2. Complementary: Careful consideration is given to how these channels complement and support each others' learning, through both, content and mode.

  3. Curated: Content is domain-focused, current and highly relevant to individual job roles.

  4. Outcome-driven: Targeted towards measurably improving an individual person's performance vs. knowledge for the sake of knowledge.

Contact us to learn about specific ways in which you can improve talent performance through effective knowledge management. A detailed white paper will be posted on this page shortly.