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Guide to Knowledge Management Strategies and Approaches in Nuclear Energy Organizations and Facilities

IAEA Nuclear Energy Series No. NG-G-6.1

English STI/PUB/1957 ¦ 978-92-0-125721-5

67 pages ¦ 13 figures ¦ € 36.00 ¦ Date published: 2022

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Nuclear professionals gain knowledge, experience and skills over the years while working at their organizations. Some of these are strategically important for continuous business performance. The success of a strategic knowledge management programme depends on the ability to convert individuals’ knowledge, experience and skills into organizational assets. This publication, based on IAEA expert missions and assistance visits since 2004, provides guidance on developing and implementing a strategic knowledge management programme as a proactive measure, to reduce the risk of knowledge loss and provide both safety and financial benefits. It is aimed at leaders and decision makers in both industry, academia and government, senior and middle level managers, and knowledge management specialists in nuclear organizations.

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IAEA Nuclear Energy, Knowledge Management, Information, Data, Strategies, Nuclear Industry, Nuclear Field, Nuclear Facilities, Nuclear Energy Organizations, Strategic Knowledge Management Programme, Organizational Assets, Concepts, Principles, Proactive Measure, Business Processes, Management Systems, Performance Monitoring, Guidance, Implementation, Awareness, Safety Requirements, Knowledge Management Policy, Strategy Development, Design, Evaluation, Good Practices, Improvement, Organizational Culture, Ownership, Technology, Human Resources, Organizational Business Objectives, Financial Benefits, Intellectual Property, Review, Roadmap Approach

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