The success of a company depends greatly on the knowledge of experienced employees, so companies have to ensure a knowledge transfer between generations. Thus, this master thesis deals with the question of how it is possible that employees learn between generations and transfer knowledge at the same time. Derived from the theory, the master thesis gives recommendations to a company called ÖWG Wohnbau. In the beginning knowledge and its different kinds will be defined. Afterwards it will be shown how knowledge can be generally transferred in companies and which factors are influencing this process. After that, the focus is on intergenerational learning, where the literature differs between learning together, from each other and about each other. In relation to that, it is essential to define generations as well as their characteristics and different studying techniques. Tandem learning, mentoring, moderated handover conversations and communities of practice are appropriate methods for the knowledge transfer through intergenerational learning and will be discussed in this master thesis. According to the theory and the formation of generations in the ÖWG Wohnbau, the company should concentrate first on the knowledge transfer on the management level. For the knowledge transfer in a special department tandem learning is suggested and will be discussed elaborately. Further the company is commended to implement a systematic knowledge transfer process and to build a knowledge oriented culture. Regarding to the current changing process in the company, communities of practice should be promoted. All in all the company is advised to get sensitive to the different generations and there characteristics.