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Knowledge Retention: Protecting Corporate Memory

Knowledge Retention: Protecting Corporate Memory (Paperback)

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Key report features Analysis and case studies addressing the challenge of knowledge retention from various viewpoints Practical guidance on creating the right knowledge retention strategy for your business Advice on developing a methodology for capturing knowledge and fostering a culture of learning Global case studies featuring Oxfam and Israel Aerospace Industries to illustrate knowledge retention principles discussed in the report. Knowledge Retention is the first Ark Group report to feature QR codes, which allow you to access additional information easily by scanning codes provided at relevant points in the text. About this report Your employees are by far your most important assets, but how do you avoid losing valuable knowledge when they say goodbye? Without a formal knowledge retention strategy, your employees will take what they know about your customers and best practices with them when they leave. Lost wisdom takes time and money to rebuild, which impacts not only on your reputation and competitive edge, but also your company's bottom line.

A report by the Society of Human Resource Management highlights that: direct replacement costs can reach up to 50 - 60% of an employee's annual salary total costs associated with turnover range from 90 - 200% of annual salary Find out how to implement best practice with Knowledge Retention: Protecting Corporate Memory, a multi-contributor report featuring authors from around the world sharing their experiences and perspectives.

LawJurisprudence & general issuesLegal profession: general Publisher: Ark Group Publication Date: 31/01/2014 ISBN-13: 9781783580996  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Margaret McNaull, Head of Project Management, AstraZeneca - Strategies for knowledge retention in times of change Larry Todd Wilson, Director, Knowledge Harvesting, Inc - Articulating critical knowledge areas Jose Carlos Tenorio Favero, Head of Knowledge Management, GMI SA Consultant Engineers - Critical knowledge identification methodology Moria Levy, CEO at ROM knowledgeware - To know tomorrow almost everything we knew yesterday Ken Mall, EDSI solutions - a workforce development, customised training and consulting company - You don't need a crystal ball to plan for the future - why your organisation needs to implement a knowledge management and retention strategy Kacie Walters, Director, Knowledge Management, Forsythe Technology - Integrating knowledge sharing into the employee lifecycle Sapta Putra Yadi and Iqbal Fajar, Directors, Knoco Indonesia - Communities of practice - How to increase employee retention by fulfilling social needs Javier Martinez Aldanondo, KM Manager at Catenaria and Director, Knoco Chile - Storytelling - A method for the retention and transfer of knowledge Michael Kelleher, Principal Consultant: Knowledge Management Advisory Services, Det Norske Veritas - A personal framework for knowledge retention and transfer programmes Avi Kedem, Chief Knowledge Officer, Israel Aerospace Industries - Knowledge Continuity - Keeping and sharing experts' critical knowledge - Best practice at the Israel Aerospace Industries Gabriele Sani, Intranet manager, Oxfam International - Managing complexity and risk in knowledge sharing - A case study of Oxfam International

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