What KM training strategy does an organisation need?

What KM training will your organisation need as you go through the KM journey?

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Knowledge management Training is part of any KM implementation, but there is no one-size-fits-all KM Training strategy. Instead there are a number of potential training events which will change as your KM implementation progresses. Let’s divide these into early investigation stages, piloting stage, and roll-out training.
Early investigation stages
In the early stages, when your organisation is investigating Knowledge Management – what it means, what it delivers, what it might cost – there are two types of training needed.
Piloting stage

Once the organisation enters the stage of piloting and proofs-of-concept, there is an additional training need.

  • Skills training for the KM team and the early KM champions, to develop specific tactical skills, such as process facilitation, community launch, knowledge capture etc. 
  • In addition you need to set up knowledge exchange processes and structures such as a KM community of practice, so your champions can learn from each other. 

Roll-out stage

Once the piloting stage is over and the roll-out of the Knowledge Management Framework begins, then a whole suite of training will be needed, including

  • Specific training for the Community of Practice leaders and facilitators
  • Facilitation training and skills training for others with specific Knowledge Management roles (local knowledge managers, 
  • Awareness training for managers, so they understand their role in influencing knowledge management behaviours
  • Specific training for Knowledge workers, introducing them to the new expectations, new processes and new technologies. This will also include the development of online KM reference material and e-Learning.
In short, as your Knowledge Management program develops, so will your need for KM training. 
Contact us if you want advice developing your own KM Training strategy.

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