The communication of knowledge is a process which, in modern organisations, has acquired the status of a critical factor for efficiency. This kind of relation can be recognised in the determinants of intellectual and mental infrastructure, but is not to be found within the scope of interest of routine monitoring, audits or even controlling. This publication indicates methodological instrumentation based on the Explorer Syndromic Method, which facilitates swift transition between the levels of intellectual and mental determinants within an organisation. The results, if the suggested approach is employed, might include syndroms of mental barriers and mental paradigms, seen as formulas in which certain ways of thinking manifest themselves and exert an impact on an organisation’s real practice. Conflicts with ways of thinking arising in the area concerned lead to a loss in the organisation’s momentum, to the atomisation of the team and to an efficiency lower than the calculations of the human potential. This publication points to the issue of relevance of knowledge as an effective solution to communication problems and recommends a quantifying path as an optimal formula for the issue relevance of knowledge. Knowledge quantification calls for humanistic competences on the part of employees: librarianship, methodological, philological – or more broadly speaking – humanistic, skills. The path of knowledge quantification brings humanistic competences closer to the real needs of business, service or administration practice and as such blends into a programme of humanities oriented towards the fulfillment of the practical needs of modern organisations.