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KNOWTABLE MOVES

TOOLS FOR KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER AT WORKPLACE TRANSITIONS

Whether it’s a move down the hall, a promotion, an expired board term, a relocation, a career change, a phased retirement, a full retirement—people and teams in transition know things and know networks that those staying on—need.

DulyKnowted® tools are “on-demand,” downloadable knowledge transfer tools. Transitioning business owners, board members, managers, teams, and individual contributors—are able to organize and transfer important knowledge and information points to their colleagues and successors. Knowledge “dots” that might otherwise go undocumented or unconnected.

Phone: 702.341.9930 (Las Vegas) | Email: audrey@dulyknowted.com

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SMARTER WORKPLACE TRANSITIONS

Jun
06
You’ve hit that point, that point in the middle of the afternoon on your second day on the job. It’s just you, your desk, and six  folders on your mostly empty laptop. You’ve already looked through them, especially, the well-prepared onboarding package titled “Hello” emailed from HR. All things considered, orientation has gone pretty well. You’ve navigated the various benefits packages and signed up.  You’ve been assigned passwords; a nice fellow from the IT department even stopped by to make sure everything was running and connected. You’ve briefly met the two members of the senior management team who aren’t away at an industry conference. Your tour of the office was inspired—nice art work! You’ve had two lunches with people from your own work group. Halfway through lunch #2, you learn that one of your lunch companions was also a finalist vying for the position you landed. So. On the way back to your office from the coffee station, you’re wondering: “Where the heck is everyone?” The people you can see look busy; heads down wearing earbuds or working in small groups in small meeting rooms with the doors closed.  You hesitate to interrupt. Back at your chair, you notice a few studies on the shelf of the otherwise abandoned bookcase. […]
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