In case of an audit, it’s a pain in the ass! The auditor always has to look for the black beast. He asks for the document you don’t have on hand when you’ve already spent a month completing the rest of the documents. Did you know that for most companies, to search for a document in paper or digital version, an employee spends one working day a week without finding it (survey by the Information and Management Association)? It really has to stop! The solution: Knowledge Management. This is not an unusable archivist, but an ethnologist developed to manage the knowledge of her company. But what is it really about?
What is Knowledge Management?
Because knowledge of the company is the key to its growth, we must find a way to master it. Knowledge Management, also known as knowledge management, defines the method that allows you to store and organize a company’s knowledge and then facilitate its sharing. Managerial coaching is the only way to optimize this practice. Indeed, managers must be able to procure, share and process knowledge with an impeccable organization. Moreover, a well-organized company increases its productivity capacity in the sense that time will be well managed than before.
The objective of Knowledge Management
Never lose sight of the fact that knowledge is part of a company’s intangible heritage, all the more reason to manage it well. This is precisely where Knowledge Management comes into play. The goal is not only to find knowledge, but also to be able to manipulate it before competitors do. The main objective of enterprise knowledge management is to offer its customers a more industrialized service based on knowledge and transparency of customer service. It is like a common information platform between customer and company that will, over time, become a reality through skills management. This makes communication easier, facilitates the exchange of information, etc.
The KM training is primarily intended for managers and managers and all those who are responsible for handling the company’s knowledge. This executive coaching will serve as a reminder of the basics of new strategic approaches such as Knowledge Management. Setting up a coaching in a company therefore allows you to stand out from your competition.