Session 4B - Knowledge Management
- Randy Edington (EVP Palo Verde NGS, USA)
- Alexey Dub (ROSATOM)
Ms Sebnem Udum
5/15/14, 11:00 AM
Ms Helen Mullinder (Sellafield ltd) , Mr John Day (Sellafield Ltd)
5/15/14, 11:20 AM
For any nuclear program locally or nationally, understanding what knowledge is essential for long-term operations and project delivery enables operators and governments alike to plan for success and manage the risks that could affect a successful outcome. When prioritizing and planning for scarce knowledge resources it is essential that first we identify what we need to know and when we...
Mr Jaroslov Vlcek, Ms Romana Květoňová (ČEZ, a.s., Czech Republic)
5/15/14, 11:40 AM
The paper seeks to develop a model for risk management of nuclear knowledge loss in a process-based organization in the Czech Republic. The study uses a project lessons learned approach. In the first stage, existing practices are examined to develop both the model for risk management of knowledge loss and the knowledge loss risk assessment. In the second stage, the KM model is evaluated by...
132. Approaches to maintaining and building organisational knowledge in a nuclear expert organisation
Ms Tellervo Tuulikki Juurmaa (Fortum Power and Heat Oy)
5/15/14, 11:55 AM
The context of the presentation is an in-house nuclear design and R&D organisation whose role is to support safe and economical operation of Fortum's NPPs and to identify, maintain and develop the required knowledge. The employees are nuclear experts with engineering/science background. Managing knowledge embedded in the expert work, working culture and collaboration across the expertise areas...
5/15/14, 12:10 PM