April 27, 2013


Within asset and Knowledge management I find interesting the way organizations can implement Benchmarking, because it links people, partnership, knowledge sharing, and continuous improvement. I think it is a useful tool that can help people to develop a deeper thinking process by "inspiring" their work on what they see from others, modelling and adapting factors that can be suitable for their own situations. Also, it is a way to create closer relations with external stakeholders, to share information, knowledge and to create a cooperation environment, on the other hand, it creates a way to maintain fluent knowledge spreading and sharing, it creates a route of contact and continuous communication between people belonging to the organizations involved, last but not list it is a way to maintain improvement, by monitoring and controlling what is benchmarked and by finding ways to improve what is observed in the same process.

I think this practice helps organizations not just to develop a plan or to manage assets, it helps organization to perform better managing people, partnership, resources and providing a thinking and knowledge based environment towards continuous improvement.

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