The positive effects of documenting what you do
When most people think about knowledge sharing they think about elearning courses, long training sessions and workshops. But, efficient and continous knowledge sharing is much more a way of working, thinking, and sharing rather than traditional training.
By working in a structured way with the documentation of how we do things, we indirectly enable positive effects for long-term sustainable growth.
1. Effective onboarding
Having a framework of what you do and how, enables a more efficient onboarding of new colleagues.
2. Easier job rotation
Job rotations will be much easier since people can easily get guidance whenever they need it.
3. Broader competence
By making the knowledge more accessible you are creating a broader understanding across roles, teams, and departments.
The knowledge platform that your entire team can use to share knowledge and information!