In the last ten years, Knowledge has been viewed as the most significant asset of an organization. Knowledge Management (KM) aims at increasing of knowledge creation and utilization within the organization to enhance its performance, productivity and creativity level which is crucial for changing business requirements.
We believe it’s time to build a new culture that promotes knowledge sharing and constant learning while preserving and recording appropriate information. This is essential for corporate knowledge to be effectively retained and enhanced. The goal and mission of this course is to realize the importance and need of Knowledge Management in your Organization and provide a systematic approach to assess the readability of the workforce to be an enabling culture for learning and knowledge transfer through identifying critical knowledge and set strategies to transfer it.
The learning methods are highly interactive, using practical approaches that can be transferred into the workplace. The course is highly dynamic and presents the work and practice of public, private and third sector organizations from a variety of industries and countries. This course is a must-attend for those concerned with improving their organizations’ bottom line, business processes, and productivity, as well as streamlining operations, and accelerating development and innovation in their evolving enterprises.
Who can attend and benefit from this course
The Knowledge Management course is specifically for managers and seniors preparing for, or charged with, the leadership of Knowledge Management, Human Resource Development or Innovation Management in their organization. Other professions can definitely benefit from this course, this could include executives in charge of:
- Corporate Communications
- Project Management
- Best Practices
- B2E / Employee Communications
- Internal Communications
- Employee / B2E Portal
- Corporate Affairs
- Social Media / Electronic Media / New Media / Interactive Media
- Innovation & Creativity
- Digital Communications