Conventional Passive Knowledge Process

Passive knowledge management is document centric following a library model in practice. In other words, write it down and put it in on a shelf or in a file for future reference. Knowledge discovery, adoption and adaptation are left to the Knowledge Seeker’s discretion. Passive methods fall short for those who either know (student) or don’t know (novice) they don’t know.                                                                           
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Active Knowledge Process

Our proven methods and commercially available software can leap your organization beyond conventional PASSIVE knowledge management - saving documents for hopefully future reference. An ACTIVE knowledge process delivers relevant, vetted knowledge to the Knowledge Receiver’s workflow; embedding knowledge in flow of work. An active knowledge process is assessment centric revealing the successful application of the knowledge. In an active knowledge process, knowledge is structured to ensure inclusiveness and allow conversion to question format. The answers to these questions are automatically assessed and the Knowledge Receiver is directed to the next step or predetermined remediation. An ACTIVE knowledge process engages employees and management by making the knowledge is visible in the organization’s processes, products or services.