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Knowledge reuse is a natural outcome of knowledge sharing and collaboration. When someone can reuse knowledge that someone else has gained, it has a positive effect. It minimizes risk by making standardized information available to everyone and increases effectiveness by reducing repeat work and reducing interruptions.
This increases the flow, or focus, time of your employees.
- The more flow time, the more aha moments are possible.
- More aha moments relate to more problems or challenges being solved.
- More problems or challenges being solved increases innovation, productivity, and revenue.
- And all that results in more knowledge that can be reused by others in the organization.
How is Knowledge Reuse measured?
Since the dawn of time, companies have struggled to show the ROI of knowledge sharing and collaboration platforms. For example, how a knowledge sharing platform may increase your team’s speed to market.