TKA clients benefit from our work in many different ways. Here are a few...
An information aggregator used TKA frameworks to calibrate and monetize its value proposition. This became a key element of pitch presentations to potential investors.
A pharmaceutical research organization used several Value of Knowledge™ frameworks to educate their senior management and Board of Directors — knowledge users — about the process by which intelligence is produced.
TKA developed a system (I-TRACK™) for monitoring brand equity risk in major CPG and pharma accounts. This resulted in a more effective mitigation strategy, while at the same time reducing the client headcount required by such efforts.
A major pharmaceutical company used a Value of Knowledge™ Clinic to integrate the flow of product intelligence across R&D and sales teams. This resulted in a knowledge re-purposing that increased productivity and competitive effectiveness.
A global education services provider used a Value of Knowledge™ Clinic to bring knowledge activities, actors, and assets into alignment with the overall purpose, mission, culture, and strategies of the enterprise.
A major health care payer needed to ramp up their strategic knowledge functions to meet new competitive pressures. TKA conducted supply- and demand-side assessments at the data-element level. A detailed program for improvement, including a phased launch roadmap, resulted.
TKA helped a global information and media firm integrate knowledge metrics directly into a Six Sigma initiative that includes their corporate intelligence function. This resulted in a more efficient and effective intelligence process.
TKA's KVC Handbook and Clinics have been used to train executives and knowledge practitioners at Columbia University, SCIP, the SLA, and leading corporations and nonprofits.
Practitioners in the knowledge, intelligence, and research fields have told us that applying key Value of Knowledge™ principles has helped them differentiate themselves in their own career development.