This Technical Meeting has been organized to address challenges faced by nuclear organizations in defining key performance indicator (KPI). The meeting will provide Member States with a forum to share experiences and best practice related to KPIs for Knowledge Management programme, as well as contribute to the drafting IAEA document on a Methodology to Define Key Performance Indicators for Knowledge Management in Nuclear Organizations.
The objectives of the meeting are:
- To share hands-on experience in KPIs to support Knowledge Management programmes;
- To revise and complete the draft of the IAEA technical document on the methodology to define KPIs to support nuclear KM programmes.
- To identify open issues and define areas which require additional research;
- To provide recommendations on existing knowledge management methodologies and recommendations on KPIs from Member States’ organizations.
The deliverables of the Technical Meeting are:
- A meeting report, including recommendations on IAEA products and services which address KPI to support knowledge management programmes;
- Revised draft IAEA Technical Document on the Methodology to Define Key Performance Indicators for Knowledge Management in Nuclear Organizations (provisional tittle, actual title to be discussed with the experts).
The event will include papers and presentations by participants from Member States, international organizations and the IAEA Secretariat.
Papers and presentations will be given on experiences and lessons learned in relation to KPIs for Knowledge Management and on the following topics:
1. KPIs for:
- Policy and strategy for knowledge management;
- Human resources processes for knowledge management;
- Training and competence development for knowledge management;
- Methods, procedures and documentation processes for improving knowledge management;
- Technical solutions for knowledge management;
- Approaches to the capture/transfer of knowledge;
- Organizational culture to support knowledge management; and
Internal/external collaboration for knowledge management.
2. Approaches for monitoring knowledge management programme.
3. Approaches to measure effectiveness of KM programme.
The event is targeted at various types of nuclear organizations, including:
- Nuclear power plant operators;
- Nuclear regulators;
- Nuclear technical support/design/consultancy organizations;
- Nuclear research and development organizations;
- Nuclear decommissioning management organizations;
- Nuclear waste management organizations;
- Nuclear education providers; and
- National networks of nuclear organizations, agencies or bodies that support nuclear knowledge management.
This may include individuals who deal with managing, oversighting, regulating, designing, financing, and ensuring nuclear projects, as well as those who manage nuclear knowledge. Participation of operational experts is preferable.
The working language will be English.
For more details about the meeting, see the attached Information Sheet.
Nuclear Knowledge Management
Nuclear Knowledge Management Section