Shorten your search for knowledge up to 19%

According to McKinsey, knowledge workers spend up to 1.8 hours a day or almost 20% of their time in search of information and knowledge. In other words, your organisation hires 5 employees, and only 4 show up to work.
There are a number of reasons for this. Knowledge is found fragmented across multiple platforms and formats, making it inaccessible. At organisations with multiple locations, knowledge is often siloed at one location. An ageing population and higher staff turnover leads to knowledge leaving the organisation.
Even if knowledge is retained, nothing may be done with it in the organisation. This is due to a lack of confidence in the quality of the available knowledge.

Barriers to finding knowledge:

  1. Current knowledge is fragmented across multiple platforms and formats and therefore inaccessible.
  2. Knowledge leaves the organisation and is not retained.
  3. Retained knowledge is of insufficient quality.
Knowledge workers spend up to 1.8 hours a day or almost 20% of their time searching for knowledge.
McKinsey Global Institute 2018

The solution

Shorten the search for knowledge with the Studytube learning platform.


Make knowledge easily accessible

Help employees easily find internal knowledge by making it accessible in one central learning location. All knowledge, both in the form of external training courses and internal documents, can be found on the learning platform. be sure to offer knowledge in all formats, external and organisation-specific, so that employees can find what they need, when they need it.


Make knowledge easily accessible

Encourage the exchange of knowledge

For a knowledge organisation, the continuous exchange of knowledge between employees is vital. Remove barriers to knowledge retention by allowing experts and knowledge ambassadors to easily develop and share training courses themselves. This makes it easy for your employees to catch up with each other, for example on how to tackle a problem or on product or sector-specific know-how.

Encourage the exchange of knowledge with the Authoring tool

Manage the consumption of knowledge

Manage the quality of the knowledge present in your organisation and control knowledge consumption by assigning training and documents to employees. From informal knowledge sharing to formal classroom training. Keep track of which employees have made their own learning material or invite teams to a training course, learning pathway or internal event.

Manage the consumption of knowledge with the learning management system