Re: Knowledge Transfer Tool #knowledge-retention #knowledge-transfer

Jeffrey Keefer <jeffrey.keefer@...>

Tom, I would love to see more of your approach (and wish I would have seen your presenting this!!).


Thank you.  



Jeffrey Keefer, Ph.D.

Director of Training and Knowledge Management

The Trust for Public Land

Creating Parks and Protecting Land for People


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From: sikmleaders@... [mailto:sikmleaders@...]
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2016 10:55 AM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] Re: Knowledge Transfer Tool



Hello Doug - I led the development and implementation of the aging workforce knowledge loss mitigation program for a major public electric and gas utility here in California a few years ago. This work focused on various operating units within the utility including their nuclear plant engineering, tax accounting, regulatory, legal, hydro plants and switching operations control centers. 


The result was a suite of tools that provided a variety of approaches to knowledge transfer, depending on the nature of the work being done and the level of risk to the business that losing that knowledge represented. 


I presented on it a few years ago in Washington DC at a conference. Happy to discuss further with you if you're interested. 




Tom Short

Tom Short Consulting

---In sikmleaders@..., <douglas.weidner@...> wrote :


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