Kevin Robinson, co-founder of RTriad Enterprises, LLC retired from Microsoft in 2017 having served as a Principle Service Engineer on the Operations team that launched Office 365 and as a Senior Premier Field Engineer leading Azure Fast Start as a Subject Matter Expert for North America.
As you may have observed, the technology is moving faster than anyone can keep up with and Kevin experienced this first hand training Microsoft’s top field technical professionals to deliver solutions in this area. It led him to start a company that is innovating in the world’s first learning and career development community, KnowWon. We like to say “KnowWon knows it all”, primarily because we need to emphasize network enabled learning and mentoring.
Markus Beamer and Clyde Brown came on 2018 to help accelerate the product and software development, both having distinguished careers in agile software development, project management and DevOps. We also anchored a portion of the online community in Office 365 to offer superior collaboration for those interested in moving their networking and career development activities beyond the borders of their current employer and make your network more portable over time. We like to think of it like a “gated” community that let’s professionals manage their own boundaries and flock to where like-minded pros can build stronger connections. We had a soft launch in October 2020.
Most people offer learning in the form of training (which we have also), but learning is so much more than just training and includes formal and informal learning.
We also hear a lot of buzz around jobs and creating more jobs. We have noticed that most people are not satisfied with just having a job, but want to grow in a career composed of many jobs. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of resources that focus on helping people get valuable guidance from other people, like mentors and career catalysts that provide coaching and wise counsel.
People just like you. Students interested in IT, professionals already in IT and those who have an interest, but no experience in IT.