IN THE NEWS: This Year’s College Seniors See More Job Opportunities than Graduates in Previous Classes

It appears that the rumors are true. According to a National Association of Colleges and Employers Survey, "three-quarters of employers rate the job market for the class of 2024 as 'good' to 'excellent.'" T … Read More
By Steve Trautman Mar 10, 2024

The Myth of the Knowledge-Hoarding Expert Unwilling to Mentor Peers

DEFINITION: A mentor is an expert (“subject matter expert,” “SME,” “domain expert,” “pro,” “guru,” “go-to person,” “rock star,” “buddy,” “genius,” etc.)—in any industry … Read More
By Steve Trautman Feb 23, 2024

Make Your Boss More Useful To You

Nearly all of us have worked for a well-meaning, relatively capable leader who does his or her best each day but still falls short. It is not their fault, really. They are the manager, but that doesn’t me … Read More
By Steve Trautman Feb 19, 2024


How do you recognize and reward successful knowledge transfer? Over the years we’ve seen managers get pretty creative in how they publicly celebrate mentors and apprentices for their achievements togethe … Read More
By Sonja Gustafson Feb 19, 2024

Help IT Build a Culture of Innovation

We are pleased to welcome this guest blog post from our business associate, Dan Roberts, President & CEO of Ouellette & Associates. As a leading provider of innovative IT training and solutions, Ou … Read More
By Sonja Gustafson Feb 16, 2024

When Is It Right to Transfer the LEAST Amount of Knowledge to Peers?

  We helped a client with a big insight this week that I wanted to share. This client of our knowledge transfer firm is undertaking a big IT transition, moving support work from one part of the orga … Read More
By Steve Trautman Feb 16, 2024
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