HFL Consulting

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Why attend?

Organisations are facing continual changes and often a reducing or transient workforce with a reliance on smaller numbers of experts. The workforce demographic trend is also towards an older generation of workers now approaching retirement. These situations may lead to a loss of knowledge which may result in incidents and poor business performance, all of which will ultimately increase costs.

The course will provide an overview of knowledge management to help identify and manage what knowledge may be identified as  critical to you, thus allow you to plan to maintain this knowledge.

The course is specifically tailored for Warehousing facilities and provides a basic insight into aspects of Knowledge Management including:

  • What is knowledge and why is it important to retain it?
  • How can a loss of knowledge impact costs?
  • How does knowledge link to competence?
  • How do we identify critical knowledge?
  • What critical knowledge might we have in our company and how should we retain this.

Date & Location

18th March 2020

10:00 – 16:00

CBA – Crewe

Agenda

  • 10:00 – Welcome & Registration
  • 10:15  – What is knowledge and why is it important? – How does knowledge management impact on costs and link to competence management?
  • 11:30 –  Knowledge Identification Exercise
  • 12:30 –  Lunch and Networking.
  • 13:30 –  Critical knowledge identification and retention
  • 14:30 –  Critical knowledge identification exercise and development plan
  • 15:45 – Q&A / Final Discussion.
  • 16:00 – Close

Who should attend?

The workshop is suitable for all levels of personnel requiring a practical knowledge of Knowledge Management, including operations / maintenance managers and HSE specialists. It will also be useful to those specifically responsible for organisational change.

Note: This course is for Storage, Distribution and Manufacturing Companies only.

For more information, please contact us.