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Posted 06 March 2005 - 09:35 PM

Exploiting Corporate Know-how
By Professor Colin Coulson-Thomas

Could you and your colleagues quickly secure new income streams and transform the productivity of your current operations by better exploiting what is already known? The most promising opportunities for revenue and profit growth are being overlooked in many companies. Processes for exploiting corporate know-how simply do not exist.

Many people overlook relatively easy ways of improving corporate performance and delivering greater shareholder value. They devote insufficient attention to the development, sharing and exploitation of information, knowledge and understanding. They are also unaware of how relevant knowledge, critical success factors and the approaches of high performers can be built into work processes and support tools.

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Posted 07 March 2005 - 02:39 AM

This was an absolutely excellent article.
I fully agree with the writer. The absence of knowledge processes regarding; creation, management and distribution of information and knowledge that is relevant for and to business success, is IMO an absolute of system efficacy at all levels.
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