Unlocking the Knowledge Potential of Your Organization
Organizations are typically inefficient in how they share information: valuable knowledge is continuously lost when people leave their organization, and there are many disparate systems (email, Skype, memos, and social networking systems) in which employees communicate. We are not lacking in ways in to communicate. So why is so much valuable information locked away in people’s minds, mails, and memos?
Studies show that 70 percent of learning occurs through experience or on-the-job training. Twenty percent of learning occurs through mentoring, feedback, and discussion with others. Ten percent of learning occurs through structured courses and programs, such as online learning content. Most of us are focused on activities which fall into the 10 percent category. By continuing to work as we always have, we are missing a major opportunity to unleash the knowledge potential of our audience. This session will discuss the best in learning management, the best in mobile, and most importantly, the best in collaborative knowledge management. Our discussions will showcase how collaborative knowledge management can harness the knowledge and power within your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
About Sarah Clarke:
Managing Director: Custom, Advisory, and Technology
Sarah Clarke is the managing director of custom, advisory, and technology for Intuition. Sarah leads Intuition’s learning solutions and consultancy service in North America where she and her team partner with Intuition’s customers to deliver first-class training solutions. These highly tailored programs give clients the ability to educate through effective learning programs blending eLearning, mLearning, and instructor-led services. With 13 years in the digital-learning industry and with Intuition for eight years, Sarah has developed and delivered Intuition’s signature programs to Intuition’s top customers. Sarah is PRINCE2 qualified and holds a first-class honors BA degree in design for interactive media and a master’s degree in multimedia systems.
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