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Start Time:

25 August 2014 at 08:30

Ends On:

29 August 2014

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH (Giambiagi Lecture Hall)

Organizer(s):

M.M. Sbaffoni, J. de Grosbois, ICTP Local Organizer: C. Tuniz

Description:

The 10th edition of the School of Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM School) is jointly organized by The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). On top of recognizing a decade of successful cooperation between the IAEA the ICTP, 2014 will also mark ICTP’s 50th anniversary.

PURPOSE - The School is a certificate course aiming to provide specialized education and training on development and implementation of knowledge management programmes in nuclear science and technology organizations.

FOCUS - The School focuses on methodologies and practices, and explores various dimensions of NKM such as processes and tools, challenges and benefits, culture influence, relationship with human resource development, information technology for knowledge preservation and sharing, etc. Learning is supplemented with real life examples, good practices and lessons learned from NKM programmes in different types of nuclear organizations. The aim is to encourage ‘forward thinking’ and to make theory and insights directly applicable in the workplace.

TOPICS - The main topics of the School are:

• Nuclear Knowledge and Knowledge Management Fundamentals;
• Developing Policies and Strategies in Managing Nuclear Knowledge;
• Managing Nuclear Information Resources;
• Human Resources Development, Risk of Knowledge Loss and Knowledge Transfer;
• Practical Guidance and Best practices on NKM.

LOCATION - The School will be taking place in Trieste, Italy at the ICTP premises.

DURATION - 25th to 29th August 2014.

DELIVERY METHODS – The School starts before going to Trieste, with a pre-training done via e-learning. This pre-training introduces applicants to the fundamentals of NKM, and ensures a common understanding of the basics, allowing a more efficient and valuable interaction with peers and lecturers during the face-to-face in-class training that follows.
Once in ICTP, topics are introduced through presentations delivered by recognized experts, followed by case studies, practical and breakout sessions where the participants will have the opportunity to discuss issues and solutions. An NKM group project is also developed over the week.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE - The invitation to the School is extended to young professionals from the nuclear field that have - or may in the near future have – a lead role in managing nuclear knowledge. Experts and scientists from countries that are members of the UN, UNESCO or IAEA may attend. Although the main purpose of the Centre is to help researchers from developing countries through a programme of training activities within a framework of international co-operation, a limited number of participants from developed countries are also welcome. Due to organizational reasons, the total number of participants is limited. The School will be conducted in English therefore participants must have adequate language knowledge.

SELECTION PROCEDURE - The selection procedure has two phases. The applicants are first screened based on their qualification, skills, abilities and experience. The pre-selected group will then undertake the online pre-training course (on an e-learning platform) and a test. The results from the test will be one of the final elements considered in the final selection of participations for the School.

COSTS - As a rule, participant’s travel and subsistence expenses should be borne by the home institution. Every effort should be made by candidates to secure financial support from their home country. However, limited funds will be available for some participants, who are nationals of, and working in, a developing country. Such financial support is available only to those who attend the entire Workshop. There is no registration fee for attending the School.

School Secretariat: smr2600@ictp.it
The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Strada Costiera 11, 34151 Trieste ITALY
fax: +39 040 224163 phone: +39 040 2240555


DEADLINE:
7 MARCH 2014 EXPIRED


Material:

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25 August 2014
08:30
09:30
Registration and administrative formalities
01h00'
All Faculty and Participants are required to complete registration formalities. Extra shuttle buses will take those who need to collect dues to and from the Fermi Building.
10:00
10:45
Opening Ceremony
45'
Introduction of Participants and
Welcoming words from: IAEA DG - Dr. Y. Amano (via video);
ICTP - Dr. S. Scandolo;
School of Nuclear Knowledge Management: strategy, approach and achievements - M. Sbaffoni IAEA
10:45
11:00
Coffee Break
15'
11:00
11:30
Participants' project: concept, selection, implementation
30'
M. Sbaffoni
IAEA
11:30
12:15
Collaborative ICTP/IAEA activities
45'
C. Tuniz
ICTP
12:15
13:00
Specifics of managing Knowledge in Nuclear Field
45'
A. Kosilov
Russia
13:00
14:00
Lunch Break
01h00'
25 August 2014
14:00
14:45
Change Management for Knowledge Management
45'
J.D. Martinez
IAEA
14:45
15:30
Introduction and Practical Session: Understanding the organization: a culture type diagnostic and their implications in KM
45'
R. Spiegelberg Planer
IAEA
15:30
16:00
Coffee Break
30'
16:00
16:30
NKM and Corporate Culture (Building and Maintaining a Knowledge Sharing Culture)
30'
A. Tolstenkov
Russia
16:30
18:30
Project development session (In groups). All mentors.
02h00'
19:30
22:30
Welcome Reception
03h00'
All Faculty and Participants are invited to the Welcome Reception to be held on the AGH terrace (weather permitting).
26 August 2014
09:00
09:30
How to start: Key questions for a better KM future
30'
M. Sbaffoni
IAEA
09:30
10:00
NKM organizational challenges
30'
A. Kosilov
Russia
10:00
10:30
US Nuclear industry Competency Model
30'
D. Heller
USA
10:30
11:00
Coffee Break
30'
11:00
13:00
Practical Session on Knowledge Management Implementation
02h00'
J.D. Martinez
IAEA
13:00
14:00
Lunch Break
01h00'
26 August 2014
14:00
14:45
Case study
45'
A. Tolstenkov
Russia
14:45
15:30
Implementing NKM in nuclear operating organizations
45'
D. Heller
USA
15:30
16:00
Coffee Break
30'
16:00
16:30
Developing a strategy for knowledge preservation
30'
A. Kosilov
Russia
16:30
18:30
Project development session (In groups). All mentors
02h00'
20:00
23:00
Social event
03h00'
Musical evening in the AGH cafeteria/terrace
27 August 2014
09:00
09:30
Information and explicit knowledge management
30'
A. Tolstenkov
Russia
09:30
10:00
Knowledge capture and sharing - People to people
30'
D. Heller
USA
10:00
10:30
Capturing tacit knowledge: methods and techniques
30'
A. Tolstenkov
Russia
10:30
11:00
Coffee Break
30'
11:00
12:00
Introduction and Practical Session: Knowledge Management Starts with you
01h00'
M. Sbaffoni, M. Vojtela
IAEA
12:00
12:15
WIKI, a knowledge sharing tool
15'
T. Juurmaa
Finland
12:15
13:15
Lunch Break
01h00'
13:15
16:15
Scientific Visit to AREA and Sincrotrone
03h00'
Those Participants who have signed to take part in the visit are requested to meet promptly at 13.15 near the bus stop behind the AGH where a coach will be waiting. Departure will be at 13.30.
Following the visit, participants may opt to be dropped off in Trieste town centre. The coach will bring those remaining on board back to ICTP.
28 August 2014
09:00
09:30
USA industry trends in NKM
30'
D. Heller
USA
09:30
10:00
Competence Management and Knowledge Management
30'
T. Juurmaa
Finland
10:00
10:30
KM and Configuration Management in Nuclear Installations
30'
K. Freeland
USA
10:30
11:00
Coffee Break
30'
11:00
11:30
Practical session K-loss risk analysis
30'
M. Sbaffoni - IAEA, A. Kosilov - Russia
11:30
12:00
Risk Management of Knowledge Loss
30'
D. Heller
USA
12:00
12:15
Discussion of the results of the Practical Session of K-Loss risk
15'
12:15
13:00
Examples of NKM projects presented by alumni
45'
B. Villalobos (Chile), H. Adnan (Malaysia), T.Al-Messmari (UAE)
13:00
14:00
Lunch Break
01h00'
28 August 2014
14:00
14:45
NKM for Universities: Introduction Examples of Implementation
45'
M. Sbaffoni, E. Kulikov, S. Pleslic
14:45
15:30
APS Case Study - Palo Verde NPP
45'
D. Heller
USA
15:30
16:00
Coffee Break
30'
16:00
16:30
Case study: Fortum - Finland
30'
T. Juurmaa
Finland
16:30
18:30
Project development session (In groups). All mentors
02h00'
29 August 2014
09:00
09:30
Case study: Sandia National Labs - USA
30'
J. Coriz
09:30
10:30
Project development session (In groups). All mentors
01h00'
10:30
11:00
Coffee Break
30'
11:00
11:30
NKM at IAEA New challenges and opportunities
30'
M. Sbaffoni
IAEA
11:30
12:15
Case study: Russia
45'
A. Kosilov
Russia
12:15
13:00
Importance of KM for a safe and sustainable Nuclear Programme
45'
R. Spiegelberg Planer
IAEA
13:00
14:00
Lunch Break
01h00'
29 August 2014
14:00
16:00
Presentation of the group projects (10 minutes each)
02h00'
16:00
16:30
Coffee Break and Project evaluation by Mentors
30'
16:30
17:30
Closing Session: Final remarks. Best Project Award.
01h00'
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