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Company Knowledge Base for Successful Remote Working

author Justin Friedman

Since the start of the pandemic, the coronavirus outbreak has resulted in the widespread adoption of a remote working environment. More than ever before, companies must start investing in a competent knowledge base tool for the increased productivity and success of their remote working teams.

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Make Your Employee Onboarding Process More Effective

author Justin Friedman

Getting used to a new job can be an overwhelming process towards the beginning. It takes a few weeks in order to get fully comfortable and productive. Plus, it takes some time to form communication with fellow colleagues. Through the whole process, the company you work for is supposed to help you. That is what employee onboarding is.

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Document Management v.s. Knowledge Management

author Justin Friedman

What is your team’s # 1 asset? You may say it is your employees. True, but if you think about it more, it is really the knowledge and know-hows that your employees possess. Therefore, it is critical for teams to capture the knowledge and know-hows so they can be easily shared among team members and grow over time. Doing so also ensures that when employees leave the company, the knowledge does not leave with them.

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How to Encourage Team Collaboration Using Company Wiki

author Justin Friedman

A company Wiki is a knowledge sharing tool used by corporations to improve employee engagement. In today’s high-tech age, wikis can be a useful platform for collaboration over long distances and serve the purpose of a repository for documents shared within the teams.

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3 Ways In Which Your Company Can Benefit From A Team Wiki

author Justin Friedman

Many people have never heard of a team wiki. However, every business should have one to ensure employees have the tools and information they need to hit the ground running on every project. It doesn’t matter if it’s a new employee, an employee in a new position, or older employees who need to learn something about a new project. A team wiki is a must-have for any company looking to succeed.

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