The health of an organization is affected
by how well personnel manage knowledge
Unmanageable data, lack of information, and minimal transfer of knowledge corrupt an organization’s ability to establish common situational understanding and to make informed and credible decisions.
- Is your information in an email, on someone’s computer, or is it configuration controlled in a codified solution?
- Do users who “need to know” have easy access to relevant information?
- Are your current processes to develop and exchange information taking too much time, using too many resources, and generating frustration?
- Is your organization losing knowledge, or is knowledge being reused?
- Is information stored on laptops lost when workforce changes?
- Does your organization reduce redundancies and variations by incorporating business process standards and standardized collaborative tool sets?
Organizations that incorporate KM solutions are better
equipped to create, organize, and use what they know.
Trideum partners with organizations to employ KM principles that create, organize, apply, and transfer knowledge to facilitate common situational understanding and decision making. An important benefit of KM is improving processes to ensure that knowledge assets are accessible, useable, current, and relevant to decision-makers.
Trideum assists customers in closing the gap between “what needs to be known” and “what is known”.
Examples of how Trideum has Implemented Successful Knowledge Management:
“KM is not an IT solution. Instead, the IT solution becomes the facilitator of a well structured KM Strategy and Plan.”
Trideum designed, developed, implemented, and configuration managed a web-based information system called the Cross Command Collaboration Effort Knowledge Repository (3CE KR), using the Army Knowledge Online (AKO) web portal capability. The 3CE KR facilitates 3CE Team Member coordination, development, and test and integration activities relating to 3CE’s mission and intent, as well as facilitates synchronization with the 3CE Project Director (PD). The 3CE KR prevents knowledge loss by enabling users to store and organize information, using prescribed taxonomy best practices and configuration control processes. The 3CE KR also supports 3CE Commands, Program Executive Officers (PEOs), and Program Managers (PMs) and manages information needs (documents, artifacts, and links) with respect to the 3CE Environment (Tools, Processes, Expertise, Data, Products, and Network).
Trideum has implemented successful knowledge management processes at the Joint Trauma Analysis for the Prevention of Injury in Combat (JTAPIC) where we collect, integrate, and analyze injury and operational data in order to improve our understanding of our vulnerabilities to threats and to enable the development of improved tactics techniques, and procedures (TTPs) and materiel solutions that will prevent or mitigate blast-related injuries.
Trideum Corporation has also supported other customers including the Army Modeling & Simulation Office (AMSO) and the Army Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD) Modeling & Simulation Division by establishing a common repository of information, using Army Knowledge Online (AKO) web portal capability. Trideum Corporation has experience in providing project management, administrative, development, help desk, and training support services.
Trideum Knowledge Management Efforts have Won Several Awards:
- Army Knowledge Management Award (AKMA) People Category in August 2010 from Army CIO/G-6
- "Best of AKO 2009 Silver Award” for maximizing AKO functionality and use
Knowledge Management Services
• KM Assessment
• KM Strategy Plan
• Knowledge Map
• SME Administration