“Axonify helps team members get up to speed on complex automotive technology in a fast manner.”
– JONATHAN ANDREWS, SENIOR VP, HR AND TRAINING, O’REILLY AUTO PARTS
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Create the right mix of knowledge training and confidence building needed to change workforce behaviours. Support long-term retention of newly acquired information by helping employees with a microlearning solution that’s influenced by brain science and actually works.
The human brain isn’t built to remember a dump of information. Since short term memory and working memory are both temporary storage systems, new critical information can easily be forgotten. Axonify keeps formal training sessions short (typically just 3-5 minutes), spaced out over time and designed to increase knowledge and confidence actively. Because that’s the training experience best-suited to how humans actually learn.
Define role- or job-specific behaviour targets and log behaviours, right in the platform. Serve up training to address any gaps before they impact performance and leverage powerful analytics, like measuring how well employees are able to retain information, to help managers deliver targeted coaching.
A knowledge management system (KMS) is a system for storing and managing knowledge within an organisation. A KMS can be used to store knowledge in the form of documents, files, images, or other digital content. It can also be used to manage processes, such as workflow or collaboration. A good knowledge management system can provide access to knowledge for employees, customers, or other users.
A knowledge management system can be a competitive advantage in today’s business landscape. A knowledge management system can help your company in many ways, including the following:
A robust knowledge management system can help your company succeed in today’s marketplace. If you’re not already using one, consider the benefits and see if it’s right for your business.
A KMS can help your organisation by providing a centralised repository for knowledge and information. The stages of the knowledge management cycle work together to turn this disparate data into a structured system that can be used to train, inform, and support employees and customers. Overall this means that a KMS helps you capture, categorise, and share organisational knowledge in a more strategic way.
Knowledge management systems can be a powerful tool for businesses, but only if it is used correctly. Here we’ll give you a few tips on how to get the most out of your KMS.
First, make sure that your KMS is accessible to everyone in your company. It should be easy to use and searchable so that employees can quickly find the information they need.
Second, use your KMS to store all of your company’s knowledge. This includes everything from customer data to financial records to product information. By keeping all of this information in one place, you’ll make it easier for employees to find the answers they need.
Third, keep your KMS up to date. Regularly add new information and update existing data. This will ensure that your KMS is always accurate.