We presented the results of the KIN 2011 Maturity Model at yesterday's Spring Workshop.The results graphically show the delta between those with a high level of maturity in certain components and those with a desire to improve.
The components assessed were: Knowledge sharing strategy, Measuring impact, Learning and innovating, Collaborating and Re-using. We will use the benchmarking results to ensure the KIN programme for the year reflects this need.
It is also an invaluable signpost to how KIN Members themselves can:
- Connect peer-to-peer to learn and improve in those knowledge-sharing aspects where they see a capability gap
- Benchmark their own improvement over time (we will make this an annual exercise)
- Identify pockets of excellence and demand within their organisation (the tool is available for use by Members at a more granular level)Image via Wikipedia