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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Transforming Learning Into Organizational Knowledge

Do good ideas go unused in your organization?

How many times do people withdraw or disengage because they think no one cares or is listening?

What innovative ideas are going un-executed because no one knew about them?

Increasingly, organizations are learning the value of harnessing the knowledge from within themselves to provide insight into marketplace trends, innovation and the identification of barriers to high performance.

Integrated Learning is one of the key tenents of the Six Disciplines program (the others being strategic planning, quality control, business process automation, people performance management and measure-driven improvement.)

BOTTOMLINE: The Six Disciplines Program provides small and mid-sized businesses with a wide range of organizational learning tools, supporting and recording activity management, individual plan creation and monitoring, document management, surveys, business process management, and innovative problem-solving. Good ideas are not only documented, they're tracked over time, as they become prioritized and acted upon, become part of initiatives and plans, and individuals are recognized for the contributions of their ideas/suggestions.

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