A One-Day Workshop
Knowledge Management: Implementing Knowledge Retention
and Transfer Strategies and Solutions
September 13, 2016
It’s Time…A Knowledge Management Workshop Awaits You
John MacMillan, the CIO of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, recently stated one of his new strategic objectives is to “improve knowledge management” across the Commonwealth. In addition, a sizeable percentage of state employees will be eligible to retire in the next five years.
Are you, like many organizations, at risk of knowledge loss due to the baby boomer demographics, lack of knowledge retention strategies and processes, and insufficient succession planning and workforce development?
Sign up for the one-day workshop titled “Knowledge Management: Implementing Knowledge Retention and Transfer Strategies” to address these concerns.
You will learn the following in the one-day workshop:
- Setting the Stage: Human Capital Challenges
- Determining Critical “At Risk” Knowledge
- Developing a Knowledge Retention & Transfer Framework
- Easy-to-Accomplish Knowledge Retention & Transfer Techniques
- Learning from Others: Cases
- Calculating the Loss of Knowledge
- Using Social Network Analysis to Inform Knowledge Sharing and Retention Efforts
This workshop is open to those in government, industry, academia, and not-for-profits.
Registration for this workshop is CLOSED.
For more information about the workshop, call 717-901-5163.
About Harrisburg University
The Harrisburg University of Science and Technology offers innovative academic and research programs in science and technology that respond to local and global needs. The institution fosters a diverse community of learners, provides access and support to students who want to pursue a career in science and technology, and supports business creation and economic development.
Dr. Jay Liebowitz is the Distinguished Chair of Applied Business and Finance at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. He previously was the Orkand Endowed Chair of Management and Technology in the Graduate School of Management & Technology at the University of Maryland University College. He was the first Knowledge Management Officer at NASA Goddard. He is ranked one of the top 10 knowledge management researchers/practitioners out of 11,000 worldwide. He has published over 45 books and a myriad of journal articles on knowledge management, intelligent systems, and IT management.
Event Date and Time
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
9 a.m.–5 p.m.
326 Market St.
(includes 2 coffee breaks and lunch, handouts and Dr. Liebowitz’s new book, Successes and Failures of Knowledge Management, to be published in July 2016)