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Your organization knows more than you think it does

iSee iKnow documents the knowledge and experience of your staff and stores it for the target audience. We do this by using an informal type of education which also implements a 'best efforts' obligation.

New technology offers an extended amount of improvement opportunities.

The usage of existing knowledge and the storing of that knowledge within the company is more often than not something that can be improved upon.

Informal education

According to numerous studies, less than 10% of the knowledge of an average worker is acquired by formal education. The remainder of their knowledge is acquired in the workplace. Suppose you are given the opportunity to invest in an improvement project, what would you rather use your money for? 1) A 10% increase in the effectiveness of formal education or 2) a 10% increase in effectiveness of informal education, within your company.

Unnecessary expenses

According to an independent study the average company loses about 3 to 15% of their annual profits due to unnecessary expenses. Moreover, 60 to 90% of these expenses are directly connected to human error in the workspace. And most of these errors are again caused by the (lack of) experience and knowledge that a worker possesses. So there seems to be a strong link between the reduction of unnecessary expenses and the storing of knowledge.

Our vision of the ideal world

Recognise 'low hanging fruit' and utilise existing concepts that are already present in your company. Delegate your knowledge management as low as possible in your company's hierarchy.

Naturally increase your knowledge

Low hanging fruit

How can you arrange for your company's knowledge to be discovered, stored and taught anew while not having to put in much work and retaining control?
This is knowledge management in it's most simple form, and it is achieved when employees can effortlessly store their knowledge and have it taught only to those who need it. This form of knowledge management we like to call a 'low hanging fruit'. The necessary knowledge is often already present in your company, but is not (yet) utilised.

Outside knowledge

A lot of knowledge is company specific, yet many of the principles remain rather generic. Companies in the same line of work that are not competitors as well as specialised companies can share their knowledge. When trying to keep your knowledge up to date or when acquiring new knowledge, strength lies in numbers.

“To see our iSee iKnow e-learning system rewarded is an enormous achievement as the system involves the participation of all our workers and combines safety awareness, evaluation and education”
Bert Meijer, General Manager at Amcor

An ideal world

In an ideal world, every employee possesses the knowledge that they need to do their job. In an ideal world time is available to learn more about one's own job. Employees will often be able to acquire new knowledge in their own field quite easily, since a lot of knowledge on the subject is already present. Then the power of informal education is finally utilised. And studying while having a 'best efforts' obligation matches well with what is possible in the workplace. See the solution