ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ASSETS OF YOUR ORGANIZATION IS THE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE OF YOUR PROFESSIONALS

Knowledge Management

What is this Component About?

To be able to identify, create, process and to share knowledge available in the organization and that is crucial for individuals or groups of individuals.

Based on the premise that only a few applicants look for the knowledge they need, the model will identify the type of knowledge needed by the applicants and will transfer it proactively.


WHAT SHOULD WE AT LEAST CONSIDER?

  1. To identify crucial knowledge for the organization.
  2. To create the knowledge if it is not available in the organization.
  3. Discover the knowledge, who has it? Who needs it?
  4. To capture the knowledge in a smart way, so it is easily available.
  5. To process the knowledge in a way that it can be transferred efficiently.
  6. Share the knowledge with all applicants, by the necessary means culturally more efficient according to the type of organization.
  7. To develop all necessary process and policies for the correct operation of knowledge transfer and management.

SOME OF THE BENEFITS PRODUCED

  • Increases success probabilities of projects.
  • Decreases the gap between current capabilities and necessary capabilities to materialize the strategy.
  • Smooths the learning curve.
  • Accelerate the learning curve.
  • Reduces the risk of knowledge loss in the organization.
  • Improves the information flow.
  • Increases competitivity of the organization.
  • Makes decision making easier.
  • Reduces expenses of knowledge transfer by third parties.

THE MOST COMMON MISTAKES

  • To be unaware of the crucial knowledge needed by the organization or to consider that all types of knowledge have the same importance.
  • To provide knowledge that does not add value to the strategy execution.
  • To be unaware of who has the crucial knowledge inside the organization or who needs that kind of knowledge.
  • To create a unidirectional knowledge transfer mechanism, emphasizing the inquiry of the individual.
  • To invest in knowledge outside the organization, without first analyzing if that knowledge is already within the organization.