By Sonja Gustafson February 4, 2015

Announcing Our 2015 Ebook Series!

Posted by Sonja Gustafson on Feb 4, 2015 9:05:06 AM
Independent research reveals that knowledge transfer or knowledge retention ranks in the top 10 most critical human capital issues for corporations across industries for the past three years and continues to be a major concern.* Respected research firm Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) says acting on your organization’s knowledge issues in 2015 is a “must do” for propelling productivity.

We couldn’t agree more and we’re here to help . . . with the launch of our new complimentary e-book series on talent risk management through knowledge transfer. One of these ebooks is ready to roll and available for download now. The other two will publish in the coming months.

So voila, here are the 3 books for 2015:

  1. Best Practices for Knowledge Transfer Success: Role by Role This guide looks at each role in your organization required, person by person, to help you succeed. Click here to get your copy now!
  2. Knowledge Transfer 101: An Introduction. This guide covers the basics, from what Knowledge Transfer is to best practices in the workplace. This ebook will publish in the second quarter; you can request your copy now.
  3. In Development. Our third guide for 2015 will feature another hot issue facing corporations today and help you manage talent risk. Coming in the second half of 2015 - you can sign up to be notified when it publishes.
We hope you enjoy this free series! I welcome your feedback in the comments section below.


Topics: Free Resources & Tools, eBooks

Sonja Gustafson

Sonja Gustafson

Sonja is a marketing veteran of over 25 years dating back to the “go-go” days at Microsoft. She was deeply involved in creating and opening up the new markets of multimedia software, including Microsoft Encarta, Microsoft Bookshelf, and Multimedia Beethoven. She then moved on to help bring the first version of the Microsoft’s corporate intranet, MSWeb, and managed a team of crack researchers who did then what Google does now: find answers. Then there were the “other go-go” days of mommyhood where new dreams were inspired and journeys launched within two fabulous children. In 2011 Sonja joined The Steve Trautman Co. as Marketing Director, and continues her drive in helping businesses manage talent risk so that their workforce is ready to roll.

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