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Minimizing the loss of valuable inventory of your corporate knowledge during a period of transition, downsizing, as well as growth requires investing in Knowledge Transfer. Such loss takes place when highly specialized employees leave their position either through promotion up, lateral transfer within or totally transition out of the organization. Knowledge, unlike data or information, exists within your people, derived from their training, education, and experiences. Knowledge of this type is not easily replaced when an executive and/or subject matter expert leaves the organization.

Papillon MDC Inc. believes that a solid business strategy requires capturing and transferring pertinent organizational knowledge to identified successors. Our Knowledge Transfer program integrates:

Knowledge Transfer Methodology
A knowledge transfer methodology, based on scientific research, is deployed to ensure clarity on what types of information needs to be captured, who needs to know this information, and how will the dissemination of the captured knowledge be implemented.

Mentoring and Knowledge Sharing Design Structures
Design structures that favor the successful transfer of captured knowledge are mentoring partnerships and knowledge sharing workshops. Both approaches to the diffusion and uptake of knowledge are implemented in line with the identification of successors designated to receive such knowledge

Key Advantages of Investing in Knowledge Transfer

  • Ready access to highly specialized or highly contextual knowledge that is not available through job description, performance review tracking, and/or conversation with departing employee
  • Identification of deep knowledge held by key employees that sets your corporation apart from your competitors
  • Having a smooth knowledge transfer process in place from retirees and/or departing employees to successors
  • Increase of ownership in all employees when it comes to working with corporate knowledge and transferring it to successors
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