ShareKnowledge Blog

Amber Rasmussen May 16, 2017

Some say that SharePoint is a jack of all trades, a limitless work tool. While it’s most commonly utilized for document management, it also reigns supreme when it comes to sharing and managing content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across the organization. Thus, it makes natural sense that a learning portal in SharePoint would work tremendously well for training.


Amber Rasmussen May 3, 2017

In this day and age, one of the first things we do when we’re about to make a large purchase is to check the reviews on a product. From Yelp to Amazon, there is just about every type of product review site out there. LMS reviews are a good tool to find out pertinent information in order to help make a training software decision. This blog will give useful insight about how to distinguish only the most helpful information from reviews.

Amber Rasmussen April 11, 2017
employee evaluation

An employee evaluation is a very useful tool but these descriptive words tend to come to mind for many HR managers…tedious, time consuming, cumbersome and expensive. Not only do managers dislike them but employees also detest the yearly process, viewing an employee evaluation as a ‘necessary evil’ rather than an opportunity to have their voice heard and receive productive feedback.

Amber Rasmussen April 3, 2017
sharepoint social learning

As professionals, we are constantly striving to implement the best conditions for ultimate productivity. Social learning will play an even more important role in training and is expected to be the standard, not the exception, in years to come. Savvy businesses already know the hidden social learning gem found within SharePoint and this blog will discuss in detail how you can use the software to take your business to the next level.


Amber Rasmussen March 14, 2017
Collaborative Learning

How many times have managers said ‘stop talking and get back to work’? Socializing is not widely accepted in most corporate cultures because it’s thought to be unproductive and wasteful. But, in more recent years, we’ve seen that it is quite the opposite. Collaborative learning does in fact contribute to business success by increasing productivity, saving time and empowering employees.