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12 November 2019

KIN Masterclass: Knowledge Risk Assessments and Audits

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Knowledge Risk Assessments

The aim of this interactive workshop is to explore the idea of ‘Knowledge Risk’ and how an organisation may go about managing it.

Loss of key knowledge through staff attrition can have significant impact upon your organisation. Assessing and monitoring knowledge loss risks should typically be part of a KM strategy or embedded with broader business processes such as succession planning. This workshop will explore approaches to Knowledge Risk Assessment; comparing some established approaches and taking an opportunity to compare and discus the experiences of attendees.

Learning Points
  • What Knowledge 'Risk' is and the potential impact on organisations of knowledge gaps or knowledge loss
  • Challenges and approaches with regard to knowledge risks
  • Example approaches to Knowledge Risk Assessment
  • Exploration of a variety of knowledge risk factors and types
  • Mitigating the impact of Knowledge Loss
  • Tools and techniques for conducting KRAs
  • How Knowledge Risk assessments can be integrated with other Knowledge Management and business processes
  • Opportunity to share current challenges and approaches with other workshop attendees
Who should participate
  • Knowledge Managers
  • HR and Talent Managers
  • Knowledge workers
  • Knowledge Leaders
  • Learning & Development Managers
  • Department Leads & Line Managers
  • Operational Managers

// With

Clive Bright is an independent Knowledge Management and Change consultant. He has over 30 years’ experience working on information, knowledge and project management assignments.

His previous roles have included Global Knowledge Manager in the Energy division of Lloyd’s Register, and Design Knowledge Manager at NuGen on UK nuclear new build project. He also worked for 10 years at British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL - now Sellafield Ltd) where he led a team of technical software developers in the development of safety case information and knowledge management applications.

Organised by Erica Hurley, KIN facilitator

// Where

Severn Trent Water, Raynesway, West Service Road
Derby
DE21 7JA
Derbyshire Get directions »

// When

Tuesday 12 November 2019, 10:00 - 16:00

// Contact

kin@wbs.ac.uk
0247623914

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