Knowledge Sharing – Part 1
Knowledge sharing is at the center of new social and collaborative technologies. One could say it’s the cornerstone of businesses’ digital transformation. Knowledge management identifies and globalizes accumulated knowledge in order to facilitate access for all collaborators. It’s important you have the right business tools to enable and facilitate a culture of knowledge sharing within your organization.
Knowledge Sharing is the Key to Company Efficiency
Companies that don’t use an intranet to efficiently share knowledge encounter the following problems…
- Outdated or disorganized content
and materials that are too large to share via email
- Difficulty sharing documents
within teams because the tools aren’t designed for it
- Lack of autonomy
and relying too much on IT to create content or share information
- Excluded stakeholders
with top-down communication that doesn’t involve everyone
- Lack of progression and problem-solving
because there’s no way to collaborate and answer mutual concerns
Thanks to cloud solutions and social technologies, most of these problems don’t have to exist anymore.
Knowledge sharing is at the center of new social and collaborative technologies. One could say it’s the cornerstone of businesses’ digital transformation.