The FINANCIAL — Ernst & Young has been recognized as a Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) for the eleventh consecutive year and was ranked first in the category, ‘Creating a learning organization’.
"Our globally consistent knowledge infrastructure and commitment to providing easy and common access to critical knowledge, resources and tools has always been a key differentiator for Ernst & Young. We are very pleased to continue to be recognized for this," says Mala Garg, Ernst & Young's Chief Communications and Knowledge Officer.
"This year, we've made significant strides in evolving our knowledge collection, processes and systems to continue to support and market-enable our people. By concentrating on the quality, depth and global reach of our knowledge resources, our people are able to provide key insights and points of view on matters of critical importance to our clients and other stakeholders. And, we are delighted to be among the top of global organizations successfully leveraging knowledge to make a difference around the globe."
Started in 1998, the annual MAKE survey is now the leading benchmark for the world’s best knowledge-based organizations. Each year, the survey identifies organizations that stand above the crowd in the knowledge economy. Ernst & Young is one of the few organizations to have been awarded every year since 1998, and in 2000 Ernst & Young was inducted into the MAKE Hall of Fame.