Applied AI and Digital Transformation
Having AI technologies and digital transformation a compass for future business leadership, knowledge management is the linchpin ensuring successful implementation in organizations.
The processes of changing organizational processes, culture, and habits, to improve its business performance.
Communities of Practice
Groups of people linked based on collective expertise serve an organization's knowledge needs.
Arranging content in a uniform, structured way (e.g., templates), thus enabling easy and intuitive end user access to relevant information.
Architecture, tools selection, and set up of information and knowledge management technologies.
A mechanism for dealing with the abundance of documents, public and private, cluttering organization networks.
GAME-CHANGER PCK is a cutting-edge approach to doing business that enables you to move beyond being a mere passenger and become an industry driver, expanding the market size and market share and creating new rules and culture codes for the market to follow.
Gamification is a tool for integrating positive emotional experiences into the activity routine and during peak events in the organization.
Generative AI deals with the new discipline of content developed by machines, specifically LLM based.
ISO 30401 management system standard for knowledge management is meant to support organizations in developing a management system that effectively promotes and enables value-creation through knowledge.
Innovation leverages an organization's performance and its competitive advantages.
Knowledge Retention (KiSure)
A systematic approach to extracting tacit knowledge, while organizing documented knowledge. Knowledge Retention is critical during replacement of experts and key employees. KiSure is ROM's trade-mark solution for improved knowledge retention
Knowledge Risk Management
As knowledge importance increases in organizations, so do knowledge risks. Knowledge risk management is the process of managing those risks.
A systematic, holistic approach to extracting knowledge from experience, and of making it accessible.
Portals and Intranets
Organizing websites and portals to enable knowledge usage by customer and the general public as well as by employees.
Professional Knowledge Development
Developing professional knowledge by aggregating existing documented and tacit assets, and using it to construct new knowledge levels.
Promoting Knowledge Management Programs
Knowledge Management programs enable organizations to safeguard their knowledge assets and leverage the organization's performance based on its knowledge.
SOPs and Smart documents’ accessibility
SOPs and guidelines hold the documented knowledge of an organization. Effective internal accessibility improves understanding and implementing
Managing service organization knowledge such that junior employees deliver high-quality service.
Use of social networks by an organization to create business opportunities and improve processes.