Why Have A Knowledge Transfer Strategy?

Before continuing in this blog series, let’s answer a simple but important question: Why does an organization need a knowledge transfer strategy—why should we care enough to dedicate time and energy t … Read More
By Steve Trautman May 26, 2023

Start by Framing the Talent Problem

Last week in our Knowledge Transfer Strategy blog series, we answered the important question of why organizations need and benefit from a knowledge transfer strategy. Now, let’s look at the first step … Read More
By Steve Trautman May 08, 2023

Whose Responsibility Is It to Develop and Own a Knowledge Transfer Strategy?

Unlike the formation of other kinds of business and talent strategies, there isn’t an obvious owner for the work of developing a knowledge transfer strategy. For example, if you’re talking about your s … Read More
By Steve Trautman May 05, 2023

Inform Your Knowledge Transfer Strategy with Relevant Historical Context

A knowledge transfer strategy should state in a few paragraphs the way knowledge transfer has historically happened in an organization. Even if your organization has not engaged informal knowledge transfer … Read More
By Steve Trautman May 05, 2023

If Leaders Agree Knowledge Transfer Is Important, Why Isn’t It Happening?

Twice today I had conversations with clients of my knowledge transfer consulting company who are struggling with the same issue. The experts in their organizations are being pulled in too many directions.  … Read More
By Steve Trautman May 03, 2023

Your Knowledge Transfer Strategy Should Define What Good Knowledge Transfer Will Look Like at Your Organization in 1 to 3 Years

Your knowledge transfer strategy—after framing your business's talent problem and providing historical context—should next state your expectation for how knowledge transfer will occur in your organi … Read More
By Steve Trautman May 03, 2023
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