KPMG addresses a wide range of areas, from identifying and planning knowledge sharing incentive environments to creating value from sharing knowledge
KPMG addresses a wide range of areas, from identifying and planning knowledge...
Knowledge is foreseen to become the most valuable company asset of the future. It is indicative that large organizations, unable to effectively capitalize on their large data repositories, are losing market position to smaller competitors that managed to do the opposite. The challenge is to turn inaccessible, incomplete data, often located in incompatible systems, into information and market intelligence, and to use it as working knowledge.
The aforementioned challenge can be approached using various methods.
KPMG defines knowledge management as "A business model embracing knowledge as an organizational asset to drive sustainable business advantage. It is a management discipline that promotes an integrated approach to identify, evaluate, capture, create, enhance, share, and apply an enterprise's intellectual capital".
Building up a knowledge centric organization and guiding it through the process of transformation from the prior stage to the knowledge sharing era represents what our knowledge architects and supporting technology advisors can provide to our clients.
KPMG related services address a wide range of areas, from identifying and planning the implementation of knowledge sharing incentive environments to creating value from sharing knowledge.
We can assist our clients in developing a critical approach towards data to avoid both data loss and information overload. We can also assist them in designing, installing and supporting the adequate technological infrastructure (data warehousing).
Our set of Business Intelligence (BI) - Knowledge Management (KM) services includes: