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Adaptation, Not Amnesia: Your Business Needs A Knowledge Strategy

Your Knowledge Strategy Determines Whether Years Of Experience Are A Source Of Wisdom Or A Path To Obsolescence

July 30, 2019

Authors

  • By David K. Johnson,
  • Nate Meneer
  • with Matthew Guarini,
  • Alyssa Danilow,
  • Diane Lynch

Why Read This Report

Much of the current thinking about workforce capabilities centers on ensuring that firms possess both the soft skills and technical skills they need to compete in the era of digital business. But in focusing on skills, many firms are overlooking the importance of the proprietary knowledge their workforce possesses about creating value for customers. CIOs should read this report to learn how to identify, locate, and leverage the knowledge that will keep their firms competitive.

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Table of Contents

  • Knowledge Empowers Your Company To Adapt Intelligently
  • Market Forces Govern Market Sharing Within Organizations
  • Target The Strategic Knowledge That Keeps Your Firm Competitive
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  • Begin With Your Knowledge Market
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