Tag: Knowledge

Guru Raises $30 Million Series C for Knowledge Management At Work

Guru announced a $30 Million Series C for a knowledge management platform that integrates across enterprise applications. Knowledge management has direct ties to learning, emerging models of work (distributed, remote, etc.), and internal workforce mobility. These are areas ripe for innovation that were highlighted in the 2019 Global HR Tech Update, and have been exacerbated […] The post Guru Raises $30 Million Series C…

How to Effectively Share Your Knowledge

Knowledge sharing is a cornerstone of human civilization. A concept as old as time, passing knowledge from generation to generation allows for stories to be remembered, lessons to be learned, and innovation to be pursued by understanding the successes and failures of others. Some share through tribal knowledge, passing along lessons through verbal communication and hands-on teaching, where others will share things through written…

Paul Hebert drops a Knowledge Bomb

Pop culture. Gotta love it! Game of Thrones. REALLY gotta love it. If you’re a fan of the HBO series stop reading and just click here to register for a Fistful of Talent webinar (you know FOT webinars go to 11) “RAISING DRAGONS: What Game of Thrones Teaches Us About Performance Coaching and Building Teams.” For those that need more convincing I’ll simply leave…

Knowledge Is No Longer Power

For  centuries we have all known that knowledge is power.  The basic management hierarchy of almost all organizations is based on this premise.  The top person in any company knows the vision, they share that down, and so forth. Along these lines knowledge becomes very powerful. Your boss knows about something, a big change that will take place next month, but she can’t share…