Qualities of an Incredible File Search Engine

The best file search engines

 

We know that your company’s search can’t work just like Google. To counterbalance its inability to crawl the web and learn from the 100s of criteria generated by 3.5 billion people, you need a platform that supplements and complements Findability with other Browse & Discover best practices. It’s by leveraging these best practices that you’re able to get your company’s file search engine closer to the power of a World Wide Web search like Google. Continue reading “Qualities of an Incredible File Search Engine”

Knowledge Management without Faceted Search is a Huge Lost Opportunity

Knowledge Management without Faceted Search is a Huge Lost Opportunity

According to MOZ State of Search Behavior Report 2017, 34% of searches are abandoned because users didn’t find what they were looking for.

Additionally, the average worker spends almost ⅕ of their time—an entire working day per week—attempting to locate the information they already have. Continue reading “Knowledge Management without Faceted Search is a Huge Lost Opportunity”

Why Knowledge Management must include Tags


Why Knowledge Management must include Tags

How do you find what you need? What’s the best way to organize your content? Where should I put this? How do I find that?

You’re not the only one asking these questions, and there’s a ton of money at stake in the answers. About $31.5 billion to be exact. Continue reading “Why Knowledge Management must include Tags”

4 Tips to Get More Out of Your Distributed Team

Constant evolution of the modern day workforce has resulted in the practice and management of remote teams, for the better. We’ve seen standard offices and cubicles morph into company campuses and open-plan offices, and furthermore into completely remote working arrangements, which just may be the most productive of all. Continue reading “4 Tips to Get More Out of Your Distributed Team”

Using Gardner’s Theory Of MI To Your Advantage In The Workplace

Great leaders are not defined by their title, responsibility, or pay grade, but rather through their ability to bring people together as a team by appealing to their interests and needs individually. These leaders are constantly seeking out the best ways to support those working with or for him or her. Continue reading “Using Gardner’s Theory Of MI To Your Advantage In The Workplace”