7 QUESTIONS FOR A SUCCESSFUL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGY

September 1, 2021by SusanOmondi0
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Recently I got to know an industrial company that has set itself the goal of training all employees on the topic of "Six Sigma" and making the achieved visible. With enormous savings and motivation effect.

On the other hand, I still see many job advertisements for demanding activities that require knowledge that is hardly relevant for the job, e.g. Word knowledge:-).

When the ISO 9001 standard finally included the handling of knowledge as a requirement, I was relieved. But most are still unsure how to approach the topic.

The goal should be that the relevant knowledge is where we need it. But what is the relevant knowledge for you? It could be, depending on the context:

📍 Technical / professional knowledge, especially with the rapid development of technology and AI solutions, handling of data (capture, protect, analyze, etc.)
📍 Change and project management, training methodology, ethics as a design tool, decision-making skills, etc.
📍 Knowledge of the company and its processes as well as of the most significant customer requirements and stakeholder relationships
📍 Trends in relevant markets, technologies, regions, etc.
📍 Laws, standard requirements, contracts, liabilities, etc.

Investment in knowledge pays off. Maybe.

Investment in RELEVANT knowledge is definitely rewarding.

Today I have 7 questions for you that will lead to a successful knowledge strategy.

7 questions for a successful knowledge strategy. The investment in relevant knowledge pays off

  1. Where do you want your business to be in 5 or 10 years?
    Where do you want to be compared to your competitors?
  2. What knowledge is relevant? Please think outside of your possibilities.
    Note trends in technology (AI & co.)
  3. What knowledge and talent do you already have in your company? Where is the knowledge and how is it being shared?
  4. What knowledge gap do you have and how do you close that gap? External/internal, make or buy? Where do you need redundancy?
  5. What do you want to achieve with the knowledge strategy? What do you want to achieve with the time gained, e.g. after automation?
  6. Have you appointed a responsible person for the development and implementation of your knowledge strategy?
  7. Is dealing with knowledge a part of your culture?
    At what points is this addressed, e.g. in personal training sessions, project reviews?
As you can see, with a knowledge strategy you are able to act, to compete and to attract employees.

You can develop these with your team.

If you need support, we will be happy to assist you.

Do you have a knowledge strategy? If so, who else knows about it on your team? I am curious about your experience.

#Change #Project #Knowledge #Management

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