We specialise in capturing knowledge and information.
What is Knowledge Management (KM)?
Davenport (1994) offered the still widely quoted definition: “Knowledge management is the process of capturing, distributing, and effectively using knowledge.”
So why do we need it and why now?
We believe the greatest risk to industry is knowledge retention and transfer against the background of an aging workforce. The Nuclear Energy Institute estimates that 39 percent of the nuclear workforce will hit retirement age by 2018, meaning the industry will have to hire 20,000 new workers over the next four years to replace the retirees. In addition, as part of its energy industry strategy, the UK government has committed to creating 100,000 jobs in the nuclear sector to fill the existing nuclear skills gap. These statistics should provoke some thought on how we set about harnessing what we have now and embedding it into the future.
Knowledge management tools
All FSN products are tailor-made for providing a mechanism for Knowledge Management and we are constantly developing our applications in alignment with the global view on Knowledge Management. We benchmark our products against regulatory policy, such as the NDA’s Knowledge Management Policy (IMP005) and are constantly assessing the sector for any relevant developments.
How can FSN help?
We provide expert knowledge and experience on the subject and strive to provide our clients with the very best in consultation and product delivery. That is our pledge; our guarantee is that the clock will always tick on…