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Knowledge loss risk management in nuclear organizations

By: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Series: IAEA nuclear energy series.Publisher: Vienna: IAEA, 2017Description: viii; 78 p.Subject(s): Centrales Nucleoeléctricas | Medidas de SeguridadDDC classification: 621.039 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
1) Introduction. 2) Strategic approach to workforce development. Workforce development challenges, risks and gaps. Workforce development approach. 3) Knowledge loss risk management methodology. Roles and responsibilities of a knowledge management team. Organizational competence loss risk assessment. Individual knowledge loss risk assessment. Employee self-assessment of knowledge retention. Methods and tools to support knowledge loss risk management. Motivational factors for knowledge transfer.
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1) Introduction. 2) Strategic approach to workforce development. Workforce development challenges, risks and gaps. Workforce development approach. 3) Knowledge loss risk management methodology. Roles and responsibilities of a knowledge management team. Organizational competence loss risk assessment. Individual knowledge loss risk assessment. Employee self-assessment of knowledge retention. Methods and tools to support knowledge loss risk management. Motivational factors for knowledge transfer.

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