30 April 2021, online
The Archive Sector Development team at our content provider The National Archives will deliver a training workshop to members of the archive sector. The workshop is called Succession Planning: Identification and Transfer of Critical Knowledge, and it will take place on 30 April 2021, 10.00am – 12.30pm online, via Zoom.
This course is designed for managers working within the archive sector looking for techniques and strategies to help retain the tacit and expert knowledge members of staff hold when people change position or leave an organisation.
It will be delivered by Dr Clive Bright, an independent consultant with over 30 years’ experience in knowledge, information, and change management.
This half-day course will explore approaches to the identification, retention and transfer of business-critical knowledge. Drawing upon Knowledge Management good practice, a framework will be presented for archive leaders to assess and mitigate the risk of organisational knowledge loss; risks associated, for example, with organisational change, or the departure of key experts from the archive team.
To book a place on this course register on Eventbrite via the link below:
The course places are limited so please only book a place if you are definitely able to attend the session. If you do book and your plans change please could you let me know.