Boost Organizational Expertise Through Knowledge Management 

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Every organization has a diverse range of colleague skilled in a multitude of different activities, yet many organizations are reporting on a skills gap. How can you unlock the potential of our colleagues and use their skills to teach others? This is where knowledge management can benefit your organization.

The Organizational Skill Gap is Growing

There are many reports highlighting the differing skills required for the modern workplace. Despite these challenges, organizations have talented people with knowledge in a huge variety of skills within their organizations. Knowledge management through the use of a Knowledge Network helps to make sense of these talents whilst making it easier for colleagues to connect for peer to peer learning.

How to Create a Knowledge Network?

Knowledge networks are fast becoming popular in organizations of all sizes. A knowledge network aims to develop, share and apply learning across an organization, their success allows colleagues to access the overall knowledge held within the organization.

For this interactive webinar CrossKnowledge have partnered with GuruScan, an expert in knowledge management to answer this question. Jan Rijken, Learning Director at CrossKnowledge and Bart Verheijen, Founder of GuruScan will explore how creating a knowledge network can boost the expertise of individuals whilst helping to meet business goals.

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Our Experts

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    • Jan Rijken

      Learning Director


    • As the Wiley-Crossknowledge Learning Director Jan provides strategic advice to L&D leaders and conducts research. He is a visiting professor at IE business school and a former CLO at KPMG, ABN-AMRO & Daimler. 
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    • Bart Verheijen



    • As Founder of GuruScan, Bart works with large knowledge intensive organizations to improve their knowledge productivity. He lectures on KM at Vrije University Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam) and Radboud University Nijmegen (RU Nijmegen).

Key Take aways 

  • The importance of knowledge management
  • Why peer to peer learning matters 
  • Practical approach to implementation