Knowledge Transfer in a classical Hierarchy?
Anyone who has ever worked in a larger organization knows the silo structures that inevitably form.
Advanced specialization in individual teams and areas leads to islands of knowledge and increased difficulty in working together in a networked and effective way. Staying innovative and actively shaping digital transformation is becoming increasingly difficult in these structures. However, it is understandable that, for many organizations, it’s not a viable option to break up structures overnight that have grown over decades.
The Knowledge is there – it just has to be networked!
“If organizations realized all that they know …”
The good news is that there is an incredible amount of knowledge, creativity, and innovation potential in every organization – it’s just not networked properly and thus only in the rarest cases can it reach its full potential. What’s missing are spaces to share knowledge, to open and connect silos, and to foster a lively exchange of expertise and ideas. Because nothing is more annoying than double work (because you simply didn’t know about the ideas and experiences of your colleagues) or knowledge islands, which remain with one person alone and lie untapped.
A Software for more open Structures – and Shared Knowledge
Tandemploy SaaS links the valuable and existing knowledge within your company – and thus supports the development of your full potential. The targeted networking of colleagues connects (information) silos in your company, supports peer learning – and thus creates the basis for a change of perspective, mutual understanding, and more effective cooperation.
Download the Knowldge Transfer Whitepaper (PDF, 150KB)
Bring Knowledge Transfer to Life!
These Tandemploy SaaS modules are ideally suited to not only depict classic mentoring programs, but also to promote day-to-day knowledge sharing and peer-learning within your organization.
Knowledge Transfer in our Blog
Read more about knowledge transfer on our blog, where we regularly write, report, and interview about knowledge sharing and peer learning.