“The only irreplaceable capital an organization possesses is the knowledge and ability of its people. The productivity of that capital depends on how effectively people share their competence with those who can use it.” – Andrew Carnegie
“Knowledge Workers are a new generation of professionals and their productivity would become the most valuable assets of a 21st-century institution. Unlike the previous century’s most valuable assets – production equipment – this century’s assets are knowledge workers. Institutions now value knowledge workers not only for their ability to run equipment but also for their ability to analyze information and apply their expertise.” – Peter Drucker
“A Knowledge Network signifies a number of people and resources, and the relationships between them, that are able to capture, transfer and create knowledge for the purpose of creating value.” – Niek Du Prezz
“In this era of tough global competition, organizations must look for ways of generating extra value from their assets. People and information are two critical resources increasingly being recognized as valuable. Knowledge Networking is an effective way of combining an individual’s knowledge and skills in the pursuit of professional and organizational objectives. It is a rich and dynamic phenomenon in which knowledge is shared, developed, and evolved.” – David J. Skyrme
Knowledge is currency particularly in an era of technological change and multi-functional digital workplaces, no business can remain competitive without a learning-centered work culture. The gathering and exchange of information is the cornerstone of a successful knowledge management strategy, but collaborative knowledge sharing requires an open and interactive learning experience.
VacuumFurnaces.com helps tackle this challenge with a Question-and-Answer directory for collaboration and continuous learning where members can easily ask questions relating to their particular area of interest and can easily access all the answers and shared knowledge that has transpired.
VacuumFurnaces.com promotes a knowledge-sharing experience that encourages bi-directional participation of question-askers and answerers in a highly productive and functional environment where members can easily access, manage, and share all the knowledge and information relating to their particular area of interest, pursuit, business, or operation.
Knowledge as a Service (KaaS)
With VacuumFurnaces.com, we are making available our contributing members’ time and knowledge for the benefit of all our users. Our Knowledge as a service model allows anyone to tap into our directory of questions and answers and corporate members’ FAQs and reap the benefits of a peer-to-peer community comprising of vacuum furnace end-users, operators, technologists, and other industry stakeholders.
Turning knowledge-sharing into a global currency!
Knowledge is meant to be shared; sharing our practical experience, skills, and know-how will truly make the Vacuum Heat-Treating Industry considerably more enriched and vibrant. VacuumFurnaces.com helps to make knowledge available to its members at a moment’s notice. Members can now initiate questions, answers, and FAQs and continue to work together with members from almost anywhere across the globe as if they lived next door.
Unearthing Know-how from VacuumFurnaces.com.
This is why we urge everyone to join in the effort of building our Community Q&A Directory by Answering it Forward. With everyone’s help, OUR community will gain in popularity, reputation and importance throughout the years and become the go-to resource for anyone looking to grow their practical vacuum furnace know-how and expertise while networking with like-minded end-users, operators, technologists, and a multitude of other industry stakeholders.