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By Steve Trautman March 5, 2019

Talent Risks CAN be Measurably Assessed and Managed – A Practical List

Explore A List Of Talent Risks That Often Overlooked As Measurable

A common misconception I often find myself debunking is that risks related to “the people part” of business are somehow less quantifiable and manageable than other types of business risks. As we have begun...

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By Steve Trautman July 1, 2014
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Topics: Offshoring, Knowledge Silo Matrix (KSM), Outsourcing, Reorganizations & Mergers, Skilled Worker Shortage, Onboarding, Aging Workers

By Steve Trautman July 1, 2014

Knowledge Transfer in Your Workplace

12 Transitions Made Easier for Employees Today...and Tomorrow

Having a knowledge transfer process embedded in the culture of your workforce enables employees to transition less painfully from out-of-date job roles and ways of doing things to new roles, tasks, and...

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By Steve Trautman March 31, 2014
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Topics: Knowledge Silo Matrix (KSM), Reorganizations & Mergers, Change Management, Best Practices

By Steve Trautman March 31, 2014

JULY WEBINAR –Knowledge Transfer Strategy

The Key to the ‘People Part’ of Your Existing Business Strategies

Our own knowledge transfer expert, Steve Trautman, will be teaming up with the Houston division of Career Partners International (CPI) to deliver a free webinar on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 2:00 – 3:00...

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By Sonja Gustafson June 28, 2013
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Topics: Speaking & Events, Reorganizations & Mergers, Knowledge Transfer Strategy, Change Management

By Sonja Gustafson June 28, 2013

Open Letter to Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer Re: Risk of Losing All the Tumblr Talent She Just Bought

Dear Marissa:

It was great to see the New York Times headline this weekend touting Yahoo’s purchase of Tumblr and other start ups. The deal presents a great opportunity to tap into Tumblr’s 117 million...

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By Steve Trautman May 20, 2013
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Topics: Workforce Risk Management, In the News, Reorganizations & Mergers, Change Management, Onboarding

By Steve Trautman May 20, 2013

What Is a Knowledge Transfer Strategy?

KT Strategy Series, 1 of 9

Lots of people use the word strategy very loosely. The word gets thrown around in business like people put salt on food. For some, a strategic plan is a one-page bulleted list; for others, it’s a 40-page...

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By Steve Trautman December 5, 2012
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Topics: Peer Mentoring, Outsourcing, Workforce Risk Management, Knowledge Transfer Definition, Terms & Roles, Knowledge Transfer Planning, Reorganizations & Mergers, Knowledge Transfer Strategy, Innovation in a Workforce, Change Management, Best Practices, Consistency in a Workforce, Generational Gaps/Differences, Skilled Worker Shortage, Common KT Misconceptions, Free Resources & Tools, Onboarding, Aging Workers

By Steve Trautman December 5, 2012

We Are Launching a 2013 Blog Series on Knowledge Transfer Strategy

As you know, I’ve spent two decades working in the field of knowledge transfer and run a consulting company that focuses on solving talent management problems through knowledge transfer. It is only in the...

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By Steve Trautman December 5, 2012
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Topics: Peer Mentoring, Outsourcing, Workforce Risk Management, Knowledge Transfer Planning, Reorganizations & Mergers, Knowledge Transfer Strategy, Innovation in a Workforce, Change Management, Best Practices, Consistency in a Workforce, Generational Gaps/Differences, Skilled Worker Shortage, Common KT Misconceptions, Free Resources & Tools, Onboarding, Aging Workers

By Steve Trautman December 5, 2012

Reduce Flight Risk

Help Acquired Employees Settle In and Succeed

Last week I had dinner with a really sharp 30-something project manager who had joined his company via acquisition just less than a year ago. He was impressive in many ways. He had ten years of experience...

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By Steve Trautman November 30, 2012
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Topics: Reorganizations & Mergers, Best Practices, Onboarding

By Steve Trautman November 30, 2012
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