What: Create and map Knowledge flows within an organisation to increase productivity, innovation, break down organisational silos
and improve business intelligence. It builds, benchmarks and monitors a learning culture in near-real time.
Why: A Learning Culture is more effective than a Learning Strategy.
You cannot build a learning culture based on courses and monitored by an annual staff satisfaction survey.
How: Initially, individuals take a ten minute survey to map their personal knowledge network.
When the graph database is populated, machine learning algorithms benchmark and classify the knowledge map showing and comparing knowledge flows at
the team, group and organisational levels.
Who: individuals, teams, L&D professionals
Benefits for users:Increased job satisfaction, performance and security by understanding the business ecosystem and your influence.
More effective and useful networking opportunities. Improved career progression and opportunity preparation.
Benefits for customers:
Improved business intelligence allowing you to predict rather than react to events
Fosters a learning culture by giving individuals ownership of their learning network, knowledge flows and what they need to know
Increased growth by integrating intelligence/learning/corporate reactivity
Scores and benchmarks knowledge flows at a team, group and organisational level allowing them to be improved
Breaks down organisational silos, resulting in improved communication and innovation
Improved staff satisifaction, retention and career progression
faster staff onboarding and staff time-to-productivity after work breaks
Produces the source material to reinvigorate discussion in communities and chat groups
identify Change Management champions
Use real learning culture metrics based on knowledge flows rather than passive course attendance