Financial Wisdom, a licensee within the CBA Advice Business which supports a network of self-employed financial planning firms, used Tribal…
One way of making knowledge sharing within an organisation easier is to have multiple people share expertise on the same topic – multiple subject matter experts. Seems like a sound way to speed up the process and reduce everyone’s workload. But how do you make it work?
If you want to source training content from internal knowledge, there are a variety of ways to readily achieve this. Like many solutions, there are both simple and powerful alternatives. The training content and objectives will determine whether you need a quick fix or a dedicated solution. In part 2 of this series, we examine additional ways to capture knowledge including social media, presentations, knowledge sharing platforms and eLearning.
If you want to source training content from internal knowledge, there are a variety of ways to readily achieve this. Like many solutions, there are both simple and powerful alternatives. The training content and objectives will determine whether you need a quick fix or a dedicated solution. In part 1 (of 2), let’s consider a range of options to easily capture knowledge for training content.
One of the keys to successfully sharing knowledge within your organisation is how you select subject matter experts. Whomever you choose will have a reasonably large impact on not just what knowledge is shared, but how it is shared. As a result, its critical to make a wise choice!
To implement a knowledge sharing platform all you need is to follow a simple five-step process to define your knowledge sharing framework, select the right tools and then capture, share and track knowledge. With Tribal Habits, that process is even quicker.
For a professional services firm, knowledge sharing is the very essence of strategic advantage! If human capital is the main resource, than knowledge sharing – along with its identification and capture – is the key to leveraging that resource. However, most professional services firms don’t understand knowledge.
Knowledge is the key asset of any professional services firm. So a knowledge sharing platform should be among the key tools. Yet often it is not! Knowledge sharing software can drive business growth in any professional services firm. Let’s examine business growth in an accounting firm in this article.