More Scale, More Problems
As organizations grow, it’s increasingly harder for foundational know-how to reach everyone. Things start to break and a vicious cycle occurs: internal knowledge systems become fragmented, unmaintainable, and untrustworthy.
This is the magic that lives in your experts’ heads—skills and know-how—that’s actually applied within the company. Key organizational expertise is trapped.
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PlusPlus removed all the friction to find, sign up, attend, and rate training programs. As a result, LinkedIn has unlocked knowledge sharing at scale for 6,000+ engineers, “getting knowledge out of people’s heads,” so that everyone could learn from everyone.
Salesforce makes learning multi-player across 18,000 employees around the world, with thousands of classes. With PlusPlus, Salesforce manages Tech L&D and sustains the ability to scale high-performance teams through shared understanding.
With PlusPlus, a “small but scrappy” DevEd team of four enabled thousands. Netflix Engineering currently runs peer-led workshops to build more in-depth product expertise at scale.
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