It is people

who transform markets or turn businesses into sensations


are difficult to govern because they have too much knowledge

They are unearthing this hidden asset, capturing it, organizing it, transferring it, and using it to create customer value, operational excellence, and product innovation.
In almost every organization, hidden reservoirs of “knowledge” exist relatively untapped. A few organizations are, however, going after this mother lode, learning how to mine it using a tool called “knowledge management.”
Precise Skill Targeting®
Angela Jiang, HR Manager Shanghai Seeking Tea
"The very unique technology within the Tacit Minds toolbox has empowered our key business to move with the times."
If only HP knew what HP knows, we would be three times more productive.
Lew Platt, CEO, Hewlett-Packard

Our technology provides tools to avoid “If only we knew what we know“ kind of scenario. They help our clients to identify knowledge of employees and convert it from tacit to explicit form.


An effective knowledge map concludes with a collective view of the skills required to successfully perform each step in delivering a solution. We make sure it can be retrieved when needed.


Our ideas arise from the knowledge-based view of the firm. The re-use of knowledge is a human process and the degree to which it may contribute to organizational effectiveness depends on users.


Defined as the process through which one unit is affected by the experience of another, we treat skills of people as company’s most valuable assets which must be shared and re-used.

What We Do

Onboarding. Competency Mapping. Personal Development Roadmaps. Employees as an Asset or Commodity. Intangible Assets. Subject Matter Experts. Turnover Management. Stamina. Resource Management. Utilization Management. Time Tracking. Super Fast Competency Search. Project Teams on the Fly. Project Management. Project Team Optimization. Dynamic costs. Employee 3D Surveys. Knowledge Contacts. Skill Gap Analysis and a lot more.

Resource Management

Effective resource management is a priority for all professional services executives looking to optimize profit margins, improve billable utilization, retain top talent and increase client satisfaction.

Knowledge Management

Knowledge is the most valuable company asset. It is indicative that large organizations, unable to effectively capitalize on their employees’ knowledge, are losing market position to smaller competitors that managed to do the opposite.

Project Management

Projects are temporal organisation forms that are highly knowledge-intensive. The effective and efficient creation and application of relevant knowledge are a critical success factor in the management of projects.

Your first step towards knowledge economy

The pace of change is surpassing enterprises’ ability to keep up. They’re not adopting new technologies fast enough, and they aren’t investing in the resources that can help them grow. A study by Washington University predicts that 40% of Fortune 500 companies on the S&P 500 today will not exist ten years from now. ”If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” (Jack Welch, former CEO, GE)

Redefining the KM Toolbox

KM tools give managers the ability to arm executives, marketers, salespeople, and customer service representatives with the organization’s top resources and help them work more efficiently. Having a library of top-performing resources available at all times increases productivity and reduces the chances that employees waste time searching for information or creating their own. 


Stay focused on your job. The tools are here to give you a support, not to generate additional distraction.


We are passionate about making interfaces and experiences as useful, fluid, convenient and enjoyable as possible.


Being big fans of  Social Knowledge Management, we promote “Engagement” Instead of Control