Ask Questions, Build Knowledge
Technical people are confronted with unique learning challenges: changing technologies and dispersed team members, all while working in a fast-paced environment. We empower teams to ask questions, share knowledge, and learn on our accessible platform.
Share knowledge about issues that matter to you - sales, customers, communication, culture, management - in a way that transcends hierarchy, location, and departmental boundaries. Learn from the experts: your colleagues.
Open communities & discussion forums
Build knowledge through the simple act of asking questions. Whether you are part of a business community, professional association, or educational institution, our platform will empower a community of continuous learning.
Question & answer format
All learning experiences begin with a question. We give users a platform to ask them.
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From the blog
March 11, 2014
Lessons from our customers: When shoulder tapping is no longer a satisfactory knowledge sharing strategy
There are many challenges connected to making your startup work, but it gets even harder once you turn it into a scalable business. The free-style structure that once worked can’t apply anymore to the new volume of processes and people […]
February 11, 2014
In the context of the enterprise collaborative era that we’re intersecting, there are key employees engagement issues that resurface, illustrating the negative effects of the obsolete hierarchical model used in the past. Strict organizational charts ended up altering internal stability […]
February 6, 2014
Remember this Top 10 Time Wasters in the Workplace infographic? I believe it’s time to bring it again into your attention. Not everybody wastes time at work knowingly; distraction has many causes and the lack of employee engagement ranks first. […]