EduNeering, a leader in knowledge solutions for business improvement and regulatory compliance, offers its proprietary Performance and Risk Optimization for Value Enhancement (PROVE) solution. By addressing the potential for human error, PROVE can reduce the operational inefficiencies and knowledge gaps that affect business performance and value. Applications for PROVE range from analyzing job tasks, assigning risk values, and rationalizing job performance within a manufacturing environment to reducing the likelihood of failed clinical trials and/or litigation resulting from ill-informed patient participants.
“Effective risk management is inextricably linked to business performance and to regulatory compliance,” said Donald A. Deieso, Ph.D., President and CEO of EduNeering. “It is well-accepted that employees who lack sufficient knowledge to appropriately perform their job functions represent a potential risk for any organization, with regard to product quality, regulatory compliance, health and safety, or business operations. Yet, despite that understanding and the widespread adoption of broad-based training initiatives, the problem of inadequate employee knowledge and comprehension continues to plague both private business and governmental agencies. We developed PROVE specifically to address the gap between effective risk management and traditional training or educational programs.”
PROVE, developed by EduNeering’s Innovation Lab, comprises two main components. First, it employs interactive technology to identify the tasks performed by individual employees and identifies gaps in training or knowledge that could affect the employee’s ability to perform those tasks safely and correctly. Second, PROVE assesses the risk posed by each individual gap and generates a specific training plan to fill the gap and eliminate the associated risk. The result is a workforce development program that pinpoints the exact training tools and delivery methods to maximize employee comprehension and adoption. In short, PROVE helps to “right-size” a company’s knowledge management program.