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Webinars da AIEA sobre gestão do conhecimento nuclear - programação de 12/10 a 03/12

Publicado em 16/10/2020 15h31 Atualizado em 21/10/2020 16h32

       A Seção de Gestão do Conhecimento Nuclear da Agência Internacional de Energia Atômica (AIEA) organizou uma série de transmissões de webinars. Os conteúdos fornecem uma revisão de algumas das principais atividades e serviços fornecidos por esta Seção para apoiar o desenvolvimento de seus programas de gerenciamento do conhecimento nuclear.

       A série de webinars vai de 12 de outubro a 3 de dezembro e incluirá não apenas especialistas da AIEA, mas também especialistas de organizações dos estados membros da Agência, do setor nuclear, da área de educação e da academia para ajudar a discutir os vários aspectos dos programas de gestão do conhecimento nuclear.

     

     

    Programação de 12/10 a 3/12

     

    Series 1 - Knowledge Management Assist Visit

       This webinar series will provide an overview of the Knowledge Management Assist Visit (KMAV) methodology developed by the IAEA and discuss how the KMAV programmes are designed to help nuclear organizations introduce a strategic knowledge management and human resource development programme that is aligned with its business objectives.

     1.1

    Introduction to KMAV Methodology

    Host: Ashok Ganesan; Co-Host: Michaela Ovanes

    12 October
    1.2

    Addressing Knowledge Management Needs at a National Level via the KMAV Programme

    Host: Ashok Ganesan; Co-Host: Michaela Ovanes

    13 October
    1.3

    KMAV for Nuclear Education Providers

    Host: John Roberts; Co-Host: Oszvald Glöckler

    14 October

     

     

    Series 2 – Global Collaboration for Sustainable Nuclear Education Networks

       This webinar series will provide an introduction to the education network activities of the NKM Section that focus on helping to ensure an adequate and sustainable pipeline of qualified nuclear professionals, which has been an ongoing challenge for many Member States. This webinar explores the role of co-operation and collaboration among educational institutions and industry to enhance and expand nuclear educational programmes.

    2.1

    Global Collaboration for Sustainable Nuclear Education Networks

    Host: Maria Elena Urso; Co-Host: John Roberts

    21 October
    2.2

    Building Junior Networks

    Host: Maria Elena Urso; Co-Host: John Roberts

    3 December

     

     

    Series 3 – New Publications to Support NKM Programmes in Member States

       This webinar series will provide an overview of new publications being produced by the NKM Section. These publications have been developed based on requests from Member States. Experts from the nuclear technology and power sectors are directly involved in the development of these publications.

     3.1

    Practical Approaches to Retain Tacit Knowledge in Nuclear Organizations

    Host: Oszvald Glöckler; Co-Host: Milena Drace

    23 October
    3.2

    Mentoring and Coaching Approaches for Knowledge Management in Nuclear

    Host: Ashok Ganesan; Co-Host: Milena Drace

    27 October
    3.3

    Methodology to Determine Critical Knowledge in Nuclear Organizations

    Host: Michaela Ovanes; Co-Host: Maria Elena Urso

    28 October
    3.4

    Guidance to Knowledge Management Strategies and Approaches in Nuclear Organizations

    Host: Ashok Ganesan; Co-Host: Tea Bilic Zabric

    29 October
    3.5

    Application of Plant Information Models to Manage Design Knowledge through the Nuclear Power Plant Life Cycle

    Host: Michaela Ovanes; Co-Host: Oszvald Glöckler

    30 October
    3.6

    Key Performance Indicators to Support Nuclear Knowledge Management Programmes

    Host: Tea Bilic Zabric; Co-Host: Helena Zhivitskaya

    2 November
    3.7

    Nuclear Educational Networks Experience Gained and Lessons Learned

    Host: Maria Elena Urso; Co-Host: Tea Bilic Zabric

    24 November

     

     

    Series 4 – NKM Methodologies and Processes

       This webinar series will provide an introduction to specialist processes deployed by the Agency to support the development of education and human resource capabilities in Member States. In particular, these webinars will focus on activities which help Member States develop a sustainable pipeline of qualified nuclear professionals to meet the needs of industry by bringing together educational providers and expertise across networks and university nuclear educational programmes. 

    4.1

    International Nuclear Management Academy

    Host: John Roberts; Co-Host: Oszvald Glöckler

    15 October
    4.2

    The National Human Resource and Knowledge Development (HRKD) Network

    Host: Masashi Nakazono; Co-Host: Milena Drace

    16 October
    4.3

    An introduction to the NKM Digital Hub Platform for Member States

    Host: Michaela Ovanes; Co-Host: David Drury

    23 November

     

     

    Series 5 – NKM School Webinars

       The aim of the NKM School is to raise participants’ awareness of knowledge as a key safety and economic asset in the nuclear sector, including by illustrating the importance of implementing an integrated approach to nuclear knowledge management in their organizations. The school reviews various dimensions of nuclear knowledge management as a key business management tool, including human resources, talent and information management.

    5.1

    Introduction to the NKM and NEM Schools Programmes

    Host: David Drury; Co-Host: John Roberts

    9 November
    5.2

    An Integrated Approach to NKM

    Host: Tea Bilic Zabric; Co-Host: John Roberts

    10 November
    5.3

    Knowledge Movement through a Nuclear Organization

    Host: John Roberts; Co-Host: David Drury

    11 November
    5.4

    Planning and Succession Management

    Host: Maria Elena Urso; Co-Host: David Drury

    12 November
    5.5

    Knowledge Risk Assessment

    Host: Oszvald Glöckler; Co-Host: Ashok Ganesan

    13 November
    5.6

    Knowledge Capture Techniques

    Host: Oszvald Glöckler; Co-Host: Ashok Ganesan

    16 November
    5.7

    Competency Mapping

    Host: Oszvald Glöckler; Co-Host: Ashok Ganesan

    17 November
    5.8

    Building a Knowledge Sharing Culture

    Host: Tea Bilic Zabric; Co-Host: Oszvald Glöckler

    18 November
    5.9

    Use and Importance of Lessons Learned & Corrective Action Programmes

    Host: Tea Bilic Zabric; Co-Host: Oszvald Glöckler

    19 November
    5.10

    NKM School - NKM Digital Technologies

    Host: John Roberts

    20 November