An effective knowledge management strategy can transform both your organization’s customer experience and employee loyalty.
The organization can also develop more innovative products and services and drive the kind of positive change that leads to great results. Working with KCS® (Knowledge-Centered Service) can make the difference between being just above average and greatness. KCS is a simple idea that creates profound benefits. The idea is that you should integrate the creation and maintenance of knowledge into the daily problem-solving process. Read more
Barclay Rae, the CEO of itsMF UK, talks to Lena Stormvinge, Head of Training & Consulting at ComAround, about Knowledge Management at SITS 17
Most of us working in a service organization are struggling with making our customers satisfied with limited resources. Using an established Knowledge Management methodology and a specialized Knowledge Management solution, streamlines our support workflow to be able to resolve more incidents with our existing resources. Adopting the KCS methodology helps service organizations to know exactly what to do to get great results.
Barclay Rae, the CEO of itSMF UK, talks to Lena Storvinge, The Head of Training & Consulting at ComAround, about Knowledge Management. The interview is divided in three parts.
Part 1 – What is knowledge management?
Part 2 – What is KCS? – the 90/90 rule? What is the biggest challenge to make Knowledge Management work?
Part 3 – About ComAround and the future of service organizations
Whatever we call them, there will continue to come new younger groups of people that has a new relationship to everything that is digital and new technology then previous groups. It can be a challenge but also a great source of power.
Working with legacy data is a common and often frustrating issue to handle. This article will give you the knowledge needed to begin dealing with it effectively.
Whether you’re looking to implement self service for your customer, or assessing the quality of your current self-service solution, there are five key enablers that need to be in place in order to achieve a successful self-service solution.
Self service is an excellent tool that I always recommend every organization to implement as a service to their employees, as it improves service and support. A good self-service solution will also reduce support costs, decrease incoming calls to the service desk, and improve job satisfaction within the service desk. Invest some time in my five recommended key enablers to discover how you can dramatically improve the results of self service: