Knowledge transfer

Home/Tag:Knowledge transfer

The Facilitation Of Knowledge Transfer In Organisations

Knowledge transfer within organisations has always been a prominent topic in our current knowledge economy. Many leaders, practitioners and employees in different industries seem to have their own angle of understanding and interpretation on this particular issue. But I can say with no doubt that most organisations have centered their Knowledge Management practices only on technology and they are relying on tools such as portals and other automated systems as the core of their Knowledge Management processes and solutions. There’s [...]

The Narrative Lab (@WContinuity) TweetChat on “Ineffective Knowledge Transfer” (#WisCont)

What is the TNL Tweetchat about?
 Twice a month, The Narrative Lab hosts what is called a TweetChat, a fun, engaging way to collaborate and discuss a variety of topics using Twitter. Our upcoming topic is "How does ineffective Knowledge Transfer hinder business continuity?" 
Who should be joining in the discussion?
 This is a call to all leaders, practitioners and interested individuals around Knowledge and Narrative to join us for an invigorating discussion. When should you be joining us? 17th [...]

The Narrative Lab presents: Wisdom Continuity “Developing a strategy for the ageing workforce” #WisCont @WContinuity

What is the TNL Tweetchat about?
 Twice a month, The Narrative Lab hosts what is called a TweetChat, a fun, engaging way to collaborate and discuss a variety of topics using Twitter. Our upcoming topic is based on a recent blog post by our very own, David Sebe on "Developing a strategy for the ageing workforce." 
 Who should be joining in the discussion?
 This is a call to all leaders, managers, practitioners and interested individuals around Knowledge and Narrative [...]

The Narrative Lab (@WContinuity) on The Pain of Knowledge Transfer (#WisCont)

Who? This is a call to all leaders, employees and practitioners to engage and collaborate with us on the following subject: How do you facilitate knowledge transfer between older experienced employees who are about to retire and younger inexperienced employees in an organisation? Why? Organisations are facing the pain of losing their experts to retirement, in some cases without having sufficiently given these experts the mechanism to share their knowledge, expertise and wisdom. Discussion points include: What impact have you [...]

HARNESS-ing Knowledge

One of the Cognitive Edge methodologies that Sonja and I have found to be building up a nice head of steam in South Africa is ASHEN. The process of eliciting the Artifacts, Skills, Heuristics, Experience andNatural Talent in the Knowledge Transfer realm has been very valuable – especially when one considers the challenges of knowledge transfer across generational gaps. We have begun to wonder though if the methodology might be expanded on to include elements that make for a greater depth in capturing [...]

css.php