For the 11th consecutive year, Schlumberger has been named a leader in the Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) study—the international benchmark for world-class knowledge organizations.
Companies’ overall rankings are based on performance in eight knowledge sharing categories, and this year Schlumberger was cited as the leader for creating an enterprise knowledge-driven culture, as well as for developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership.
Schlumberger also enters the 2016 Global MAKE Hall of Fame as one of a select group of 23 organizations to have been a finalist in each of the past five annual studies. In the 19-year history of the study, only 65 organizations have been recognized as Global MAKE Winners.
Schlumberger has long committed to having a knowledge-centered culture with a focus on collaboration and innovation. Experts are encouraged and expected to share knowledge across a vast expanse of time zones, technologies and services using well-defined processes and well-managed information systems.
The MAKE study is managed by Teleos, an independent knowledge management and intellectual capital research organization. The MAKE leaders are chosen by a panel of global Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally-recognized knowledge management and intellectual capital experts.
The panel rates companies in key knowledge performance areas such as developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership, developing and delivering knowledge-based services, maximizing enterprise intellectual capital, creating an environment for collaborative enterprise knowledge sharing, creating a learning organization, delivering value based on stakeholder knowledge, and transforming enterprise knowledge into stakeholder value.
The 2016 Global MAKE study cites Schlumberger as an international benchmark for creating an enterprise knowledge-driven culture.