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Hi All,
Ours in an electronics manufacturing service provider company with around 300 staff and 2500 blue collar employees.
We are planning to implement knowledge management in our company. This is a completely new project taken up by us and we really need guidance as to how to go about it. If any of you have implemented a similar project please help me on the same. I have already dowloaded the reference material from citehr and also read some case studies on it. But I'm still unclear as to how and where to start. Please suggest.
Thank you.

From India, Mumbai
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant and Trainer

Dear Aanandi,

You better attend some training on Knowledge Management. I came across with the following newsletter. I am forwarding it to you (this is purely for helping purpose and not to promote services of that company). I do not know the company as such, hence cannot comment on the quality of the training.


Dinesh V Divekar

DATES: Saturday, 14th November 2009 in Hyderabad Saturday, 21st November 2009 in Mumbai
Saturday, 28th November 2009 in Bangalore

TRAINER: Siva Sai Kolluru (Managing Director, AskOnline Technologies Pvt. Ltd.)

It is time. Time to create a fundamental change in the way people view,
and accomplish their KM goals. Knowledge Management is still an
evolving concept. There is always scope for potential improvements. So,
focus your learning on achievable and measurable results that you can
attain on an immediate basis, and at the same time preparing the base
for long-term learning. Moreover, by applying the proven principles,
tools, and practices of Knowledge Management, organizations can
counterbalance both the inevitable and unforeseen challenges of
implementing a robust KM system. Attend our one-day intensive training
program to equip yourself with the arsenal you require to deliver real
& measurable results.
In this workshop, you will:
Understand the key strengths, weaknesses, opportunities & threats
facing KM and focus on the factors that will increase KM value in your
• Learn the principles of extracting knowledge from the heads of the people with the proven tools & techniques
• Learn techniques of transferring knowledge from one team to another and packaging that knowledge for reuse
Learn why and how CoPs would be of value to you and your company in
enabling knowledge management. If you already have one in place, learn
how to make them more valuable
• Learn how to setup Communities of Practice, & what you need, to generate value from those Communities
• Learn how to identify some of the issues in managing (building and sustaining) CoPs
Learn what you can do to influence the culture & find out the roles
that need to be put in place in order to manage knowledge for maximum
• Discover how you can turn KM ideas and concepts into real and beneficial business impact in your day-to-day work
• Ascertain range of options for applying KM in your organization along with your current KM strategies
• Experience the AAR process to capture live knowledge

Who should attend?

• HR Managers
• Training & Development Managers
• Talent & Learning Managers
• Change Management Specialists
• Innovation Specialists
• Strategic Planning Executives
• KM Practitioners
• KM Program & Project Mangers
• KM Consultants


Sai Kolluru has over 9 years experience in the Technology &
Knowledge Management field. Presently the Managing Director at
AskOnline Technologies Pvt. Ltd., located in Hyderabad, India, Siva is
also the Chief Consultant of the firm's global Knowledge Management
practice and coordinates the development and application of AskOnline's
KM process, methodology, and experience in Knowledge strategy, and
other management areas. He specializes in integrating KM models into an
organization's strategy to create profitable new business opportunities
for his clients. He has wide experience working with CKOs, CEOs, CIOs,
Strategic Planning Heads, Training & Development Managers, Talent
& Learning Managers, as well as Human Resource Heads from various
industries globally, helping them design & implement knowledge
management strategies successfully. Additionally, he is a:
• Renowned KM Strategist & Advisor
• Speaker at Conferences, Industry Events & Management Schools
• Experienced KM Trainer & Facilitator

YOUR INVESTMENT: Rs. 2,800 [The fee is inclusive of Taxes, Tea, Lunch, and Workshop Materials]

register for this workshop, please send in your confirmations to Ms.
Sanjana at [email protected] with the following details at the earliest as seats
are limited (Seats are on first come first served basis):

City Option(Where you would like to attend the workshop)

From India, Bangalore
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant and Trainer

Dear Aanandi,
By the way Aanandi, Knowledge Management is a very big management initiative and it requires lot of commitment from the top management.
It makes sense for you to hire a consulting firm that is in position to provide consulting services for an year or so. Lest you may bark up a wrong tree!
Dinesh V Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Training and Development, Compensation..

Hi Dinesh, Please give me the contact number for the work shop on knowledge management Aanandi
From India, Mumbai
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant and Trainer

Dear Aanandi, That I don’t know. If I had known I would have quoted it. I just copied and pasted the text. You can search from Google. Ok... DVD
From India, Bangalore
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