Even though explicit knowledge refers to knowledge that has already been captured and documented somewhere in the organization, this doesn’t mean that all organizations capture their explicit knowledge in locations or formats that are easy to use. Indeed, a lot … Continue reading
Organizations often lack a disciplined way to leverage the learnings and experience that their staff have acquired throughout their tenure and past experiences, and they only pay attention to this issue once it becomes too big to ignore. Examples of … Continue reading
Organizations are constantly generating new knowledge and enhancing existing knowledge in pursuit of their objectives. However, much critical knowledge is never captured. It remains inside people’s heads, isolated and undiscoverable. This leads organizations to suffer from a type of corporate … Continue reading
The move toward hybrid work plans, along with the huge number of employees that are changing jobs, has elevated the importance of content transformation from event-based learning to personalized learning. Leading organizations recognize that training is critical to making employees … Continue reading
What is Enterprise Learning? Enterprise learning includes creating a set of learning principles and practices that allow employees, partners, clients, and customers to access knowledge and training at the time of need. In a world where content changes fast and … Continue reading
Presented by EK’s Zach Wahl and Joe Hilger, this webinar discusses how KM enables Advanced Enterprise Search.
We know that learners struggle to translate what they have learned in a theoretical training to on the job performance improvement. We also know that training programs are most effective when they go beyond a single classroom or online learning … Continue reading