Want to build a sustainable knowledge initiative? Start by building a baseline Knowledge Resources Inventory -- a systematic accounting for your enterprise knowledge activities and assets.
Knowledge Resource Mapping™ using our UP-C3 Model (at right) enables us to document the foundation upon which programs of improvement can be designed and executed.
We use our field-tested Value of Knowledge™ toolkit to rapidly diagnose and correct knowledge gaps and challenges. TKA frameworks include:
Using proprietary tools such as our Knowledge Services Maturity Model™ (at right), we develop a baseline assessment and a roadmap to greater Knowledge ROI.
Data, Information, Knowledge, and Intelligence (DIKI) are mission-critical production resources. These intangible resources are more powerful than tangible resources — facilities, equipment, raw materials, labor, and capital — in today’s hyper-competitive knowledge economy. Knowledge resources must be managed with the same level of attention — using equally sophisticated tools and metrics — as you use in managing your tangible resources.
TKA's Map-Measure-Manage™ approach combines practical, hands-on advice with group problem-solving. The effect on clients is energizing, even transformative. Hear their words...
Your insights are visionary, yet also directly applicable in our work.
pebz13Marketing executive, telecommunications
Best work-related course I've ever taken. 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 include Fortune 500 firms, mid-cap businesses, new ventures, and nonprofits. For more than a quarter century, we've worked with executives in senior leadership, innovation, knowledge/intelligence, and strategy.
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