Tag Archives: knowledge retention

three strategies for successful knowledge transfer

3 Strategies for Successful Knowledge Transfer

Oh, look, there goes another valued member of your team, leaving the organization with a huge treasure trove of information and insights amassed during his or her tenure. It happens all the time – no great surprise when 10,000 baby boomers are retiring every day and recruiters are advising people to change jobs every three years. […]

Frustrated business man illustrates need to reduce employee turnover

3 Reasons Valuable Employees Quit Their Jobs And How You Can Prevent It

Your team pours its heart and soul into the interview process. You spend hours upon hours of your time (maybe even outside of your regular work schedule) sorting through resumes, interviewing candidates, reaching out to references, and assessing whether a candidate will succeed within your company culture. After you finally find a perfect fit, you […]

Business2Community: Retired but Not Forgotten: Three Ways to Keep Institutional Knowledge from Walking Out the Door

As more baby boomers retire, employers are finding that they are missing their former colleagues’ wisdom. Check out this Business2Community article for tips from Bloomfire’s president, Trey Tramonte, on how to keep institutional knowledge from leaving with retiring employees. Retired but Not Forgotten: Three Ways to Keep Institutional Knowledge from Walking Out the Door

5 Ways to Help Sales Training Event Alumni Retain Learnings

Smart trainers know that when salespeople leave their sales training, they’ll unintentionally forget a lot of what they’d just learned. Most human beings simply don’t have the best memories. So here are five easy ways to help alumni remember what they’d just learned from their sales training. Give Access to Subject Matter Experts Double-check that […]