Do you know what you know as an organization?
Are you aware of your unspoken knowledge?
Do you want to learn how to organize and motivate your employees for effective knowledge sharing?
Do you want to effectively connect those who know with those who need this knowledge?
Be a smart organization, make the most of the knowledge you have, to the satisfaction of all involved.
If you are interested in how to empower your organization through the management of your explicit and implicit knowledge, come to the seminar.
In each organization there is a large amount of knowledge, experience gained, project work and cooperation with key business process stakeholders (suppliers, buyers, employees, secondary sources, etc.). This knowledge is often unknown, unused and offline. Through the introduction of the modern knowledge management system, the organization will be enabled to systematize, inventory and use knowledge and connect those who know and those who need it in a fast and efficient way.
This system includes gamification, motivation 3.0, open and dynamic process. This is an important prerequisite for further growth of the organization, its capacity for absorption of knowledge, and a basic step towards efficient innovation and linking of internal capacities to each other and with the community.
By participating in this workshop, prepare to create an effective knowledge management system through familiarity with approaches, tools and methods to accelerate the exchange and absorption of knowledge in your organization.
This education is intended for all who wish to initiate the spirit of awareness of their own knowledge in their organizations in an organized and effective way.
- Knowledge as the largest resource of the organization
- Types of knowledge in the organization; explicitly and implicitly
- Knowledge sharing; structure and models
- The role of human resources and other sectors in the organization in knowledge sharing processes
- Motivation for sharing knowledge
- Employees as drivers of knowledge sharing
- Creative techniques to encourage knowledge sharing
- Gamification and knowledge sharing models
- Knowledge sharing – use of knowledge and expertise of internal resources
- Digital transformation and knowledge sharing
- Appreciative Inquiry approach to knowledge management in the organization
- Analysis of successful case studies
- Analysis of modern successful business models
- Making roadmaps for knowledge management