Why is knowledge transfer critical for your organization? What strategies and tools do you have to support knowledge transfer? How does knowledge transfer to performance outcomes? Who are the stakeholders in the knowledge transfer process? What if knowledge transfer was part of organizational culture?
Research from the World Economic Forum (2018) estimates by 2022, skills required to perform most jobs will shift, 27% of new roles created, and no less than 54% of all employees will require significant upskilling. McKinsey research indicates the need for higher technological (Advanced IT, Digital) and cognitive skills (critical thinking, creativity and complex information processing.
Organizational transformation requires accelerated upskilling of talent using foundational models and innovative strategies. In this interactive session, you will be involved in an activity to connect adult learning strategies with knowledge transfer solutions.
Kimberly Seeger is a lifelong learner and leader in talent development. Her career spans across different business sectors, utilizing a full range of competencies to develop and implement solutions. She holds a Masters degree in Human Resource Education and Workforce Development from Louisiana State University and earned her Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP).
Experiences as ATD Baton Rouge Past President and National Advisor to Chapters (NAC) provided opportunities to learn from global learning leaders and advance her career.
Kim’s transforming the employee learning experience to capture the highest value organizational opportunities at Georgia Pacific
ATD Baton Rouge strives to align our programming to the ATD Competency Model. This month's program aligns with the Knowledge Management area of expertise. Click the image to view the competency model.
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