Top 10 Tips for Transferring Knowledge

 

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As the Boomers start to retire, replaced by younger counterparts with less experience and a greater tendency to job-hop, knowledge erosion is becoming a big problem for organizations. Frequent mergers and acquisitions, internal reorganizations, evolving skillsets, and an increasing reliance on contractors make it even harder to maintain specialized knowledge over time. Fortunately, there are ways to ease the pain. Here are APQC’s top 10 tips for knowledge capture, transfer, and reuse.

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