Entrepreneurs who understand corporate knowledge, their employees’ knowledge, to be the most productive factor generally view two choices:
either they can turn to consultants who will advise them of additional knowledge requirements – and where to source it
or they do it themselves, by looking for suitable educational bodies offering further training or education in specific skills or particular areas.
An important element is missing in both alternatives, the distribution of the knowledge acquired within the organisation. Internal rivalries and differences of opinion may often be the greatest barrier to this distribution.
Should individual departments offer training to their team members, the information will be specific to defined daily operative tasks. As such the training will remain locked within the departmental framework with little chance of diffusion to other areas. This works in opposition to the comprehensive process flow required in successful organisations.
Corporate Knowledge Is based on four basic good business practices
Interdisciplinary Learning - tailored to your individual requirements
This is why we title our concept “4-D Learning”: our education programme is multi-dimensional and oriented directly to actual corporate requirements not to a prescribed common scheme. Although not all positions need detailed knowledge of economics or business studies, marketing or sales etc. they may profit greatly from a good basic understanding, and overview of the organisational structure. The “how much” and “what” can be specifically defined within the needs of the organisation.
Concept will apply our knowledge and experience gained from many years of entrepreneurial and further educational practice.
Integration - improve cooperation with team learning
It is integrated throughout the organisation crossing departmental boundaries. Programme participants should represent as many departments as possible to ensure the greatest interdisciplinary understanding and transfer of knowledge.
Invest Today - for tomorrow’s success
Knowledge doesn’t wait – in fact just the opposite, it gets lost if not updated. An investment in further education insures that we remain up-to-date and thus prepared for tomorrow’s challenges. The advantages of further education within the organisation make continuing success possible.