How educated organizations look like?
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How Educated Organizations Look Like?
Here are some general tips for establishing educated organizations:
1-Create a learning environment:
Make sure to establish a learning environment before beginning the actual transfer of knowledge, by giving each person involved the opportunity to train their colleagues on a particular process. That way, everyone has the chance to be both a teacher and a pupil, and it also keeps the group interactive.
"I never teach my pupils,i only provide the conditions in which they can learn" ~ Albert Einstein
2-Explain ‘why’ and ‘how’ projects work:
There are two key parts to the transfer of knowledge: “‘How’ do I get this done; and ‘Why’ do I get this done, helps in understanding the business context and goals before diving into the details.
3-Provide through documentation:
Pulling together documentation is the most straightforward thing you can do to ensure a smooth transfer of knowledge within your organization, document knowledge as if it’s the reader’s first day and they have a minimum base of knowledge including references like a glossary of acronyms, list of necessary applications, and high-level overview of each process.
4-Be open to changes in methodology:
Staying flexible ensures that knowledge stays relevant, and that employees feel empowered as needed.
Set up informal gatherings where team members can exchange information and develop networks organically.
Technology can capture key information for later generations to use. They shouldn’t have to re-learn what others discovered, it also keeps data organized and easily access to be updates, example: CRM.