From intrinsic motivation to implicit knowledge
Knowledge is fixed in language, symbols and metaphors. We call this explicit language. Implicit language is in the minds of employees and has limited value to a business organization and other employees.
Knowledge management is necessary to be able to share knowledge. Knowledge management stands or falls with the intrinsic motivation of employees to contribute to awareness. An employee demonstrates intrinsic motivation by asking for the expansion of knowledge and by proactively contributing to knowledge building by making implicit knowledge explicit. That’s the goal.
We develop and manage role-driven education and training programs. With the help of these programs, the company can organize awareness and knowledge development for its employees for specific business activities.
Privacy and information security
The management of a company organizes awareness and knowledge development for the staff for privacy and information security with the help of this program. The staff consists of all roles within a company that are (must) be involved in the effective organization of privacy and information security.
Organizing sufficient awareness and knowledge about the contract cycle among the employees of partners is a precondition for this. With the help of this program, the management of a company organizes awareness and knowledge development among employees for organizing an effective corporate legal operations.
To successfully implement changes in the market and legislation, employees must have sufficient knowledge. The role-driven development of the necessary knowledge among employees is central to this programme.
Trust Network and accountability
The management of a company organizes awareness and knowledge development for the staff for the trust network and accountability with the help of this program.