School of Nuclear Knowledge Management

5-9 September 2011, Trieste, Italy


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Opening Session
Chair: M Sbaffoni, IAEA
1. Opening Statements
C Tuniz, ICTP


1.94 Mb
2. School of nuclear knowledge management: strategy, approach and achievements
M Sbaffoni, IAEA


1.38 Mb
3. Managing Nuclear Knowledge – The Next Challenge of Nuclear Development
Y Yanev, IAEA


5.11 Mb
4. Specific of managing Knowledge for Nuclear Field
A Kosilov, IAEA


1.86 Mb
 Session 1: Basics of Knowledge Management
Chair: A Kosilov, IAEA
1. Basic Approaches and Definition of KM
M Sbaffoni, IAEA


1.14 Mb
2. KM and organizational performance
Ed Boyles, USA


286 Kb
3. Methods and Tools for KM
A Kosilov, IAEA


1.1 Mb
4. Best practices and trends in non-nuclear industries
A. Brandner, Austria


1.36 Mb
  Training Session on C-map
A Tolstenkov, Russia


1.31 Mb
  Presentation on Cyber Learning Platform
M Sbaffoni, IAEA
 
  Working Session: Cyber Learning Platform
A.Pryakhin, IAEA
 
Session 2: Developing Policies and Strategies
Chair: M. Sbaffoni, IAEA
1. Defining Policy and Strategy for NKM. KM and Integrated Management System
A Kosilov, IAEA


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2. KM Strategies in Nuclear Industry Organizations
Ed Boyles, USA


1.04 Mb
3. NKM and Corporative Culture (Building and Maintaining a Knowledge Sharing Culture)
A Tolstenkov, Russia


949 Kb
Session 3: Human Resources and K-Management
Chair: A Pryakhin, IAEA
1. KM and HR Challenges and Relations.
Ed Boyles, USA


2.20 Mb
2. Risk Management of K-loss.
Ed Boyles, USA


432 Kb
  Guest Lecture: Knowledge Management at EnBW
Mr. Matthias Nasellu, Head of the technology department, Germany


3.65 Mb
3. Human Resource Challenges to KM and Industry best practices for managing an ageing work force
Ed Boyles, USA


235 Kb
4. Tacit Knowledge capture techniques
A Tolstenkov, Russia


615 Kb
Session 4. KM Methods and Tools, Best Practices.
Chair: A Tolstenkov, Russia
1. Knowledge Management: Safety Considerations.
E Ilina, Sweden


730 Kb
2. IAEA activities on applying KM in Nuclear Safety
A Kosilov, IAEA


3.39 Mb
3. Implementation of KM Projects
Ed Boyles, USA


711 Kb
4. Requirements and accountability for critical knowledge retention
A Kosilov, IAEA


576 Kb
5. NKM in NPPs
A Kosilov, IAEA
 
6. A Case study in Applying NKM in the context of Nuclear Safety Case development.
C Bright, UK


1.85 Mb
7. NKM in Rad Waste Organizations
M Sbaffoni, IAEA


808 Kb
8. IC concept / knowledge reporting in nuclear facilities
A Brandner, Austria


676 Kb
9. Taxonomy Development
A Tolstenkov & A Kosilov, IAEA


1.05 Mb
10. The Role and Implementation of Community of Practice
C Bright, UK


4.54 Mb
Session 5. Managing Nuclear Information and Knowledge
Chair: C Bright, UK
1. Managing Nuclear Information
A Tolstenkov, Russia


5.93 Mb
2. IT Methods and Tools for KM
A Tolstenkov, Russia


4.51 Mb
3. Selection of IT Tools for Knowledge Management
M Barboni, EU JRC


1.64 Mb
4. Practical examples of IT tools to support knowledge management/ Archiving of Web-based Nuclear Information – NuArch Project
A Pryakhin, IAEA


2.07 Mb
5. Digital Information Preservation
A Tolstenkov, Russia


1.75 Mb
6. Knowledge organization systems
A Pryakhin, IAEA


2.39 Mb
7. Knowledge Transfer, Exchange & Sharing People to People
Ed Boyles, USA


7.50 Mb
8. KM in R&D Organizations. Case Study: The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
M Barboni, EU JRC
 
9. KM for nuclear infrastructure development in long term time scale.
E. Ilina, Sweden


588 Kb
10. General Requirements for Nuclear Knowledge Management Portal
A Pryakhin, IAEA


2.05 Mb
Session 6: KM Maturity Assessment
Chair: E.Boyles,USA
1. Practical Approach to KM Maturity Assessment in nuclear organizations
Ed Boyles,USA


5.33 Mb
2. IAEA Initiatives to support Nuclear Education and Training
A Pryakhin, IAEA


3.46 Mb
3. IAEA Programme on NKM
M Sbaffoni, IAEA