In today’s world, knowledge has become the most valued strategic asset. Who owns information, owns the world.
Cultural, motivational, social, and technological processes ensure effective knowledge management within companies. They enable knowledge exchange, communication, continuous learning, and creation of solutions to professional problems.
Knowledge plays a major role in ensuring companies’ sustainable economic growth. Companies perceive knowledge, intellectual capital, intangible assets, and intellectual property as a new source of wealth and as a new factor of competitive advantage.
Through the application of an integrated system of processes, practices, and technologies, companies can ensure effective accumulation and use of their knowledge for solving their strategic and tactical objectives.
Knowledge management aims to retain knowledge produced within a company, create sharing mechanisms for employees to exchange their experiences, and improve performance.
Knowledge management approaches will enable your employees to use the knowledge concentrated in your company in a fast and efficient way. They will accomplish more with the access to all experiences your company has lived through.
|Basic Training||4 hours|
|Advanced Training (Exam + Certification)||2 days|
|Train the Trainer (Exam + Certification)*||2 days|
*requires completion of the Advanced Training
- What is knowledge management?
- How to conduct knowledge audit?
- How does corporate culture affect knowledge sharing?
- How can employees be motivated to share professional knowledge?
- What are the methods of knowledge exchange process?
- What technologies can help companies to manage knowledge?