Sharing best practice
Sharing knowledge can benefit the organization
Sharing specialist knowledge can add great value to organizations; industrial groups, delocalized services, commercial agencies of a certain size…regardless of sector, professionals in different locations doing similar, or the same, work, develop manual and problem-solving skills, alternative practical ideas and generally a specialist know-how worth a great deal.
Sharing best practices can be achieved in various ways and raises several questions :
|>||Should community members exchange ideas after presenting and reflecting on concrete examples?|
|>||Do we need to define standards to be applied within the organization on a shared digital base?|
|>||Do we need to define and deploy a specific process and connected knowledge base for the purpose of identifying, presenting and sharing best practice?|
|>||Should we identify which experiences are of the highest value amongst those presented, and share them by means of a training course?|
Sharing best practices enables improved performance levels
Whatever organisational and technical/technological methods are chosen, it is undeniable that if work is undertaken quickly and to a high standard of quality, results obtained by developing working methods or acquiring technical know-how are substantial.