New Webinar Series to Address Challenges in Nuclear Knowledge Management

Christel Deskins

Setting the stage for the series, the first webinar will provide an overview of the KMAV methodology and discuss how KMAV programmes help nuclear organizations to introduce a strategic knowledge management and human resource development programme aligned with their business objectives. Most webinars will feature both IAEA and external experts […]

Setting the stage for the series, the first webinar will provide an overview of the KMAV methodology and discuss how KMAV programmes help nuclear organizations to introduce a strategic knowledge management and human resource development programme aligned with their business objectives. Most webinars will feature both IAEA and external experts from around the world.

Participants will engage in discussions on key NKM aspects such as the role of co-operation and collaboration among educational institutions and industry, IAEA education network activities and publications on NKM, specialist processes deployed by the Agency to support the development of education and human resource capabilities, and NKM and Nuclear Energy Management Schools programmes and activities. Participation in the webinars is free of charge and open to all following registration.

“For nuclear organizations, it’s vital to continue to be engaged in NKM activities even amid the restrictions stemming from the global pandemic,” Drury said. “We have designed these new series of IAEA webinars to respond to this need by providing valuable opportunities for learning not only from IAEA experts but also specialists from around the world, including industry, research and academia.”

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