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Sharing knowledge is caring. Knowledge transfer between corporate generations

KOLTSOVO HALL, October 15 17:00 — 18:15

Retirement of experienced employees is inevitable. Aging of high-skilled personnel is a serious problem for organizations. In light of the upcoming large-scale retirement of the baby-boomer generation, preserving valuable organizational knowledge accumulated by senior and retired workers is an acute problem for any company. Building efficient knowledge exchange channels between various generations of worker is of the utmost importance to ensure uninterrupted functioning of an organization.
● What type of corporate culture should be established to ensure an effective inter-generation knowledge exchange? What is the Chief Knowledge Officer’s role in establishing such a culture?
● What motivational strategies are most effective at encouraging mature specialists to sharing their experience?
● What knowledge should not be passed on to new recruits by the retiring employees?