Recapture the 20 percent of employee time lost searching for information.

In a recent study, McKinsey Global Institute found that knowledge workers spend the equivalent of one full day of work per week searching for information to perform their jobs.

When this inefficiency is combined with the possibility that as much as 80 percent of information learned during training may be lost within a month (Ebbinghaus’ forgetting curve), it’s clear that information access and recall present substantial opportunities to improve employee performance and training ROI.

This infographic explores 10 common barriers to information access and recall and provides ways to address them through a combination of technology, assessment and analytics.

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