Want to build a sustainable knowledge strategy? The first step is to develop a baseline inventory of your knowledge resources.
These Five Fundamental Resources of Enterprise Knowledge™ enable us to map the foundation upon which programs of improvement can be designed and executed.
We use our Value of Knowledge™ models as “lab instruments” to rapidly test for and correct knowledge gaps and challenges. Our Knowledge Value Chain® (KVC) has been awarded US registered trademark protection, and has been used around the world for more than two decades.
The extended portfolio of TKA’s Value of Knowledge™ models includes:
Using proprietary metrics such as our Knowledge Services Maturity Model™ (at right), we develop a baseline assessment and a roadmap to greater ROI.
Data, Information, Knowledge, and Intelligence are mission-critical production resources — and every bit as important as tangible resources like facilities, equipment, raw materials, labor, and capital. Knowledge resources should be managed with the same level of attention — using equally sophisticated tools and metrics — as you use for tangible resources.
Our approach combines practical, hands-on coaching with group problem-solving — resulting in an effect on participants that is energizing, even transformative. In the words of our clients...
Your insights are visionary, yet also directly applicable in our work.
pebz13Marketing executive, telecommunications
Best work-related course I ever took. Your integration of business strategy and knowledge management applications is unique.
Evelyn MartinezR&D engineer, petroleum
You make the whole intelligence process clear. I understood most of the pieces before, but you brought the whole thing together for me.
Robert PetersonIntelligence coach and consultant
Easily understandable and useful to anyone who has spent even a month inside a business.
Leslie SerpasSenior intelligence executive, pharmaceuticals
The KVC model is forward-looking and gives me a real perspective for the future.
Your approach is clear, understandable, and down-to-earth. You left us with well-defined to-do items.
Robert PetersonSenior intelligence executive, pharmaceuticals
Could not have done this [successful budget presentation] without your help and support. You’ve truly been a mentor and guide for me.
Robert PetersonSenior law library manager
TKA's clients range from Fortune 500 firms to mid-cap businesses to new ventures and nonprofits. We work with executives (primarily in senior leadership, innovation, knowledge/intelligence, and strategy), boards of directors, and investors.
Keep up with the latest developments in our work with clients by visiting www.KnowledgeValueChain.com.
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