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Knowledge and Business Value

Lecture

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Knowledge is a key business asset, but often under-regarded and ignored - discover how its value can be identified and realized.....

Date and Time

15 February 2018 - 18:30-21:00

Location

Swansea, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - S Wales:Wales South West local network. Contact Hugh Woodward hwoodw2928@aol.com for more information.


About this event

Knowledge is a key business asset, but often under-regarded and ignored.  It is a refinable and saleable asset of the organisation.  Its value is internal, in the quality of our products and services and the value they deliver.  It can be productised as a saleable resource.  This discussion considers some of the aspects of identifying knowledge assets and their business value.  It considers some features of productising embedded knowledge, and the use of knowledge audit to identify opportunities. 

Big data and converged technology has begun to show its full potential.  Drawing on the presenter’s experience of working in new technology development and large scale change projects, the talk considers aspects of knowledge product classification, and shares some observations on the implications of productised knowledge in the value proposition businesses and the region might seek to offer.

Programme

Refreshments available from 6.30pm, lecture starts at 7.00pm.
The lecture will be held at:
ALEX Reading Room
Institute of Sustainable Design UWTSD
Alexander Road Swansea
SA1 5DX

Continuing Professional Development

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Cost

Free of charge.

Additional information

Professor John Rees works in the School of Applied Computing at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.  He served for six years as Dean of the Faculty of Technology for Southampton Solent University, and for five years as Faculty Director, Research and Enterprise for Staffordshire University.

He has twenty five years’ experience of business support and academia/business interaction, including support for some four hundred small and medium businesses via funded projects in the West Midlands and South Wales.  His interest in knowledge management has included project work on knowledge assets, knowledge audit and tacit knowledge elicitation, and on the application of KM and lean management techniques in Higher Education.  Other research interests include team management and leadership, mobile communications, information governance and engineering testing.

Registration information

This is a free event open to the public. Prior registration is not essential, but is very helpful to allow us to plan the event.

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