One of the biggest issues amongst people is communication. For some reason, miscommunication or other communication-related issues lead to wrong interpretations, conflicts, extra costs and more. For companies, big or small, it is therefore important to communicate effectively and therewith share knowledge. But how do you share knowledge and make the best use of the present information? That’s what this blog is about!
One of the things that can aid in sharing information is the culture of the company. Although this can be an indirect effect on knowledge sharing, it does have a huge impact. If there is a closed, rigid culture within an organisation, it disables employees to effectively share information and communicate openly. Some cultures might even treat this as a treath. Corporate culture therefore influences how effectively information is shared.
Another, more technical, way of effectively sharing knowledge is to implement a qualitative business system. For example, business process management, or BPM, can significantly impact how efficiently and effectively information is shared within a company. By implementing a solid platform where employees can share important information, this knowledge will be available to everyone in the firm which will help the performacnce of the company. One example of BPM is the Bluedolphin software. This is a central platform where knowledge within a firm can be gathered. In the end, these systems can make a huge difference for sharing information effectively.
Although there are most likely additional ways to increase effective knowledge sharing, these two principles can be a big step into the right direction!