How to harness the power of  your "collective" enterprise knowledge.

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The way value is being created is changing.

Your ability to mobilize your organization’s collective brainpower offers immeasurable value; from delivering a differentiated client experience through to creating greater relevancy for an organization in a competitive market.

This is more than simple knowledge sharing. This is creating a culture of organizational collaboration and making your knowledge capital accessible to everyone - including your clients.


Mobilizing your organization's collective brainpower can be challenging. Here's why:

1. Dispersed Workforce 

The days of large corporate offices are a thing of the past. Company growth today is supported by more flexible working premises, including co-working spaces like WeWork. Consequently, knowledge (and even culture) can become even more fragmented and siloed if not correctly managed.

2. Gig Economy

Today, there are more than 57 million freelance workers in the U.S alone. Organizations are taking advantage of this workforce change, relying more on short-term, flexible resourcing than building an army of full-time staff members.

But while this flexibility may suit an organization’s operational requirements, it also makes it harder to build unified, collective knowledge.

3. Data Growth

The growth of enterprise data is exponential. In the face of a big data revolution, knowledge workers are facing growing volumes of data, from a growing number of sources.
To cope with this, organizational data silos are on the increase, making it difficult for employees to connect the dots. Quite simply, workers have never had so much knowledge available to them – they just don’t know where to look to find it.

4. Remote Working

This is a trend that continues to gain momentum and today flexible working agreements are actively used as an employment benefit.

However, without the right knowledge “tooling” it can be hard to connect knowledge experts and foster a collaborative culture that’s focused on building “collective influence”.

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Enterprises are limited in the solutions available to them. Traditional knowledge management tools too often act as a retrieval tool and there is little context to the knowledge – the teams that worked it, and the clients that used it, for example.

At the other end of the spectrum, collaboration tools built around IRC and chat functionality allow individuals to connect easily, but they lack the ability to order teams around knowledge and content. The collaboration is ephemeral.

Huddle was built to bridge this gap.

Huddle is a way to add context to organizational knowledge and make it accessible across a business.

Much of this comes from Huddle’s Workspace model. Instead of grouping individuals around discrete pieces of content, a Huddle Workspace pulls together people, content, and processes around a common goal – a client project for example. It means that everyone has access to the information and content they need to complete a project faster, and more accurately than could otherwise be achieved.

And, importantly, the same benefits are applied to the client. With access to their project Workspace, they can find what they need, when they need it – and with the context and transparency that builds stronger relationships.

No single tool can claim to transform a business; but a tool like Huddle is the first step on that journey – not only adding efficiency, but also creating a more collaborative culture that can truly accelerate your transformation towards collective enterprise knowledge. 

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