The way you learn is the way we do business.


   The way you learn is the way we do business.

Our Approach: Knowledge Enabled Performance (KEP)™

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Tony Kuhel

Initially based on the approach developed at British Petroleum that lead to the most successful demonstration of value from managing knowledge in history (approaching $1 billion dollars in the first year), the Knowledge Enabled Performance (KEP)™ approach has been dramatically enhanced by Escalys and proven through application and extensive learning across the world and across industries, consulting, nonprofit, military and government sectors.  Simple in approach but truly dramatic in impact:





The KEP™ approach also includes a unique, balanced use of technologies to enable genius to be captured, shared, and grown for value across geography and time zone.  Of particular interest if you are trying to justify IT expenditures that typically struggle to show return on investment organizations know they should – but do not.  KEP™ also provides access to permanently ‘fixing’ the emerging issue of our time – culture.  Whether concern over providing a culture of safety and environmental  compliance or one of proactive, employee involvement in organizational success…KEP™ should be your approach of choice.




In all cases, the outcome from working with Escalys is a ‘feel’ that emerges as a new depth of trust, confidence, and sense of shared vision, teamwork, and capacity from your people and your partners.  This is evidenced by our most common client response…”We cannot thank you enough.  None of this would have been possible without Escalys.”  A testimonial that remains long after we are gone.  KEP™ is an approach that embeds into the organization’s most important asset, freeing it to perform at levels everyone knows it can, and allowing the asset to do the impossible as a routine.  The asset?  The people in your organization, in your strategic partners, and in your clients.


Simple, yes…easy, no.  Think of it as magic until you see it working for your organization and it becomes second nature.

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