MOPSOS Consulting

Knowledge and Innovation Management 

Innovation is a very popular topic today. Most organizations, if not all, embrace the idea that innovation should be promoted and supported. However, very few of them seem to understand that their current structure actually prevents this from happening. Organizations build up over time by specializing people on what they do best, in technology or in management fields. And the organizational structure itself, which tends to become more and more complex and is seldom simplified, is fundamentally built around the idea of control. It is rooted in the premise that managers have enough knowledge, at least as much as all their subordinates put together, and thus can take most decisions without asking for advice.

But rigid organizations with pyramid-shaped org charts are not and cannot be innovative. 

Innovative organizations combine three forms of internal structures:

  1. The formal organization, materialized by the org chart, which materializes control over resources and how they should be allocated

  2. Project teams, which focus on delivering a result within constraints of time and budget

  3. Communities, which connect like-minded employees to help them do their job better

 

The core business of Mopsos is to help large organizations become more knowledge-centric and innovative. It is no so much about changing the existing structure than about creating new ones, and more specifically:

  • community-centric organizations focused on creating and sharing knowledge. 

  • project-centric organizations focused on turning knowledge into value.

The tables underneath present the expertise domains and services of Mopsos

Knowledge Transfer
Knowledge Sharing &Collaboration
Knowledge Elicitation
Knowledge Storage
Knowledge Dissemination
Interviewing
Round table
Retrospects / post mortems
Classification
Search-Based Applications
Mentoring
Brown Bag Lunch
End of Project Report
Metadata
Document Management Systems
Coaching
Knowledge Café
Lessons Learned Files
Keywords
LMS
Lecturing
Open space
After Action Review
Tags
Enterprise Wiki
Rephrasing
Storytelling
Postcasting
Taxonomies
Expertise Location
Blog Post Publishing
Peer Reviewing
Videos
Mind Maps
Video Platforms
Creating e-learning modules
After Action Review
Surveying
Ontologies
Blogging Platforms
Wiki Articles
Intranet
Support Processes
Organization Modes
Innovation Contests
Learning Paths
Communities of Practice
Project Management
Expert Careers
Retirement of Key People
360° Evaluation
Support & Governance
Enabling Technologies
KM Policy & KM metrics
Connections / Mobility
Change Management
Platforms
KM Audit
Apps
Modern Architecture

BIO

Since 2000, I’ve been providing professional consulting services to clients from San Francisco and beyond. From strategic planning to innovative solutions, my focus is always on building an efficient and results-driven relationship. I’ll work with you to create a customized plan of action for yourself or your organization. Get in touch to learn more about my vision and consulting approach.

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