Organizational Knowledge Hubs

You’ve invested time, energy, and resources to align your organizational pillars and departments strategically, outlining “what” they do and establishing policies, procedures, boundaries and interactions.

Now, you need a central location for everyone in the company (employees, contingent workers, consultants) to understand the company’s ways of working intuitively. It must be self-managing with structure and logic; you don’t have time to walk the user through.

Working with clients to understand their needs and organize their content into immersive journeys is critical to user adoption and return on investment.

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An organizational knowledge hub can help in several ways:

Intranet and Communication: 

Serves as an intranet portal where employees can access company news, announcements, educational material, policies and other important information. It also includes communication tools like discussion boards, blogs, and calendars to foster communications and engagement within the organization.

Knowledge Management: 

Serves as a knowledge repository where those within your organization can easily search for and access relevant information, documents, templates, and resources, thereby promoting knowledge sharing and retention.

Collaboration: 

Facilitates teamwork by enabling employees to work together on documents, projects, and tasks in real-time, regardless of their location. Features like co-authoring, version control and commenting streamline collaboration efforts.

Document Management:

Provides a centralized platform for storing, organizing, and sharing documents, which enhances collaboration and ensures that everyone has access to latest versions of files.

Customization and Integration: 

Customizable, allowing businesses to tailor it to their specific needs and integrate with other Microsoft and third-party applications, such as Office 365, Teams, and more.


Overall, an organizational knowledge hub can significantly enhance productivity, collaboration, and communication within a business, leading to improved efficiency and outcomes.