Organizational Costs Not Using Knowledge Aware

Believe it or not… Knowledge Aware Is In the Future of your Organization. 

Today, the Knowledge Aware approach is a competitive advantage, but soon enough every organization will implement this approach. 

Today, the Knowledge Aware approach is a competitive advantage, providing organizations a more efficient and effective way to operate and share technical know-how. With it, organizational knowledge is turned into a valuable asset that drives efficiency and spurs innovation. However, soon enough every organization will implement this approach and the advantage will be minimized. Retaining and leveraging technical knowledge is critical to the modern engineering intensive organization. Past strategies to harness enterprise knowledge have been largely ineffective leaving organizations skeptical. Leading organizations have overcome skepticism, innovated, and created an essential capability that improves all phases of engineering.

As technical processes become ever more model-based, the need for Knowledge Aware will intensify. These emerging model-based technical processes will rely upon real-time knowledge provisioning to perform their function (e.g. ‘Smart CAD’). Document management systems, collaboration software tools, knowledge based and PLM solutions don’t do enough when it comes to knowledge management. Auros turns your organizational knowledge into a valuable asset that drives efficiency and spurs innovation. Establishing proficiency in the Knowledge Aware approach today may be the most important strategy for achieving success tomorrow. So, will you be one of the industry leaders that adopt this approach now, or an industry laggard that will always be catching up?

Knowledge Aware Sets You Apart From Your Competition

In addition to the knowledge capture and sharing benefits the Knowledge Aware approach provides an organization, there are many ways the organization is effected as a whole. The Knowledge Aware approach effects every department in unique ways, such as:

Organizations that do not change to a Knowledge Aware approach will not realize these benefits – their knowledge is become stagnant, lost, and mistakes will continue to be made.

Project Management

Quality

Product Development

Manufacturing Engineering

Operations

Without Knowledge Aware

Time must be spent looking up information, when it’s mostly outdated anyways.

Mistakes are often recurring.

With Knowledge Aware

Knowledge is easily shared and communicated across teams, languages and time. Knowledge is delivered to them when it’s needed.

Knowledge is updated, and effecting decision making, saving the company wasted time and resources.

Teams easily learn from past mistakes by being reminded when to avoid certain things.

Like most organizations, you may find that your current knowledge management strategy doesn’t effectively capture and share knowledge throughout the company as well as you wanted – whether you’re using document vaults, checklists, human recall, or custom solutions, this is common. Although these solutions can store knowledge, there are still many setbacks, such as: information often and quickly becomes outdated, inaccurate, biased, difficult to locate, multiply into versions, and not be all-encompassing. As the demand increases for a better quality output and budgets decrease, organizations find that they can no longer afford to operate in this inefficient state, but are now adopting a solution that entirely changes the way knowledge is captured, shared, and reused across their organization, through Knowledge Aware.