Why Knowledge Transfer Is Neither Arbitrary Nor Academic

Successful knowledge transfer is a process—one with definable steps, practical tools, and measurable outcomes. A new manufacturing client prompted the quick Q&A below that shows why knowledge trans … Read More
By Steve Trautman Feb 06, 2018

The 5-Minute Meeting Plan

Much of our work in the field of knowledge transfer is what my colleague Sherryl Christie calls “setting the stage.” We help our clients assess their workforce risk, figure out who holds critical knowle … Read More
By Steve Trautman Sep 06, 2017

20 Test Questions to Measure Knowledge Transfer

One reason we value experts in any organization is for their ability to do great work. We also value them because they are able to answer the questions we have for them with the “right” answer. We all k … Read More
By Steve Trautman Sep 05, 2017

Why Competency Models Used for Talent Risk Management Are the Emperor’s New Clothes

Yesterday, during the i4cp webinar on Managing Talent Risk, I commented that it is time for competency models to be replaced with more targeted talent risk data that directly drives business (think: money, … Read More
By Steve Trautman Nov 11, 2016

IN THE NEWS – Research Supports (Pre)Testing’s Impact on Learning and Knowledge Transfer

Here is the closing line of this fascinating New York Times article on testing, “…But the emerging study of pretesting flips that logic on its head. 'Teaching to the test’ becomes ‘learning to … Read More
By Steve Trautman Sep 03, 2014

For Those Who Missed It – Poll Results, Costs of Insufficient Knowledge Transfer, and More from Our December 12 Webinar

If you’ve been following this blog you know that over the last few years we’ve added many new ideas and systems to our knowledge transfer work. We started with the Knowledge Transfer Workshop (KTW), th … Read More
By Steve Trautman Dec 19, 2013
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