1. Knowledge is HUGE.
If the world’s Knowledge Economy were its own country, it would — at US$23 trillion — be the world’s largest. Intellectual capital assets (“knowledge”) total on average 44% of enterprise value – and much more than that in many industries.
2. Knowledge is STRATEGIC.
Enterprise knowledge is a sustainable source of competitive advantage. This includes internal knowledge (of people, practices, and processes) and external knowledge (of customers, markets, rivals, technologies, and trends).
3. Knowledge is OPPORTUNITY.
Most organizations fail to manage their intangible resources (including knowledge) nearly as effectively as they do their physical, financial, and human resources.
Bringing the management of knowledge up to enterprise standards represents a huge strategic opportunity for most organizations — especially in times of great change.
The Knowledge Agency® (TKA) was created in 1996 for the purpose of developing and applying new methods of optimizing knowledge as a strategic resource. Most often, this means helping clients adapt more rapidly and effectively to changes in their strategic environment. Our work with a range of clients worldwide has enabled us to develop, test, and implement a proprietary portfolio of client-tested models, frameworks, tools, and methods.
Today, TKA’s core purpose remains: to maximize enterprise performance — results, outcomes, and impact — by systematically assessing and increasing the value and ROI of enterprise data, information, knowledge. and intelligence (DIKI). We enable our clients to compete more effectively in today’s Knowledge Economy.
We achieve this purpose in two ways: (1) we apply the fundamental principles of resource management to knowledge assets and activities, and (2) we fully engage the knowledge resources of the organization in support of its enterprise strategies and goals.
Are you with us? Get in touch now — and, together, let’s make knowledge work.