ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
A company’s intellectual capital refers to its senior employees’ unique knowledge and skills gained through years of experience. This intellectual capital however, will begin to dissipate as they retire or resign. How can the company capture, transfer and preserve its intellectual capital before that phase? Author Calixto P. Anaya presents a practical approach to do that. In his book, Knowledge Transfer: A Practical Approach, he describes a Knowledge Transfer (KT) Program that incorporates time-tested training and strategies that enable the company to transfer the knowledge and skills of the senior employees to the next generation of junior employees.
In the modern world, many companies are implementing ways to capture and transfer the skills and knowledge gained by senior employees to younger employees. Without a reliable approach however, the younger employees may take longer to competently perform the job left vacant by the retiring experienced employees. Without adequate knowledge on capture and transfer between employee generations, companies experience depletion in intellectual capital and knowledge assets. This book is designed to answer those issues. The Knowledge Transfer (KT) Program reinforces the transmission of intellectual capital. The processes, procedures and tools describe in this book have been proven to work through extensive use in actual knowledge transfer situations involving industrial and professional disciplines. They are highly user friendly, utilize current word processing technologies and can be easily integrated into existing automated processes, if so desired.
Packed with practical insights, applicable method and proven to work out strategy, Knowledge Transfer: A Practical Approach is a must-have book for companies seeking for effective system to preserve its intellectual capital.
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Knowledge Transfer * by Calixto P. Anaya
A Practical Approach
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