Tag Archive | transfer of knowledge

Transfer of Knowledge: how to measure it?

The other day I attended a business event with AustCham. One of the people I met there asked me a simple question: ‘How do you know that once the Transfer of Knowledge plan is in place that it actually works?’ This is an interesting question, and of course depends a lot on the actual information being […]

Transfer of knowledge: internet versus intranet

Last week I was in a business networking event presenting to a keen listener what Simple + Smart does. The listener asked a fairly typical question: ’Why do I need my company to have a Transfer of Knowledge plan, since everyone in my organisation just looks for any required information on the web?’ Of course, […]

Transfer of knowledge: a practical case

Often when telling people that Simple + Smart are the experts in Transfer of Knowledge, I get the question: ‘what does Transfer of Knowledge actually mean?’. Theoretically, Transfer of Knowledge refers to the concept of ensuring that your valuable intellectual property doesn’t walk out the door when your staff do, and that all of your […]

Transfer of knowledge: the importance of clarity.

Any transfer of knowledge project within your company should really start with a clear and simple understanding of your goals and the scope of the project – after all if you don’t know where you are going, you have little chance to arrive. Without a clearly thought-out and articulated plan any project has much less chance […]

Transfer of knowledge: impact of Generation Y

A few months ago I blogged about the new habits we are all starting to develop: constant googling, addiction to looking at our mobile devices, and the impact of this new culture on training. Today, I would like to talk about transfer of knowledge to the Generation Y staff that are entering the market today. […]

Same same… but different

I find that often clients are focused on ensuring a solution is specific to their particular field, with managers regularly asking: ‘What industry do you specialise in?’ I usually reply: ‘I have an IT & finance background’. I then also add ‘The industry doesn’t really matter at all though, as the methodology around transfer of […]

Blogs about Transfer of knowledge in 2012

I always look at the trends of my field market. And one of my beloved sources is HBR blog. I also regularly look at TED. What has really surprised me, is that blogs about ‘transfer of knowledge’ are outdated: the most recent one on HBR is from 2010 and there is none on TED. What should […]