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Insight Publishing/ISN Works Present Bill Kaplan
Bill Kaplan Top 10 Reasons to Hire Bill is the Founder of Working KnowledgeCSP LLC; a service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOSB), in Great Falls, VA. Bill offers several different seminar and training series
Bill is the Founder of Working KnowledgeCSP LLC; a service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOSB), in Great Falls, VA. Bill offers several different seminar and training series which include:
•Knowledge Management Concepts and Skills Training which is designed to delivers a practical understanding of KM concepts, principles, processes, and techniques at the individual, team, and organization level.
•Knowledge Management “Side-by-Side”
•Leadership and Team Transition Knowledge Transfer Training delivers effective and efficient transfer of critical knowledge and experience from the outgoing leadership or team to a successor leadership team or individual replacements.
10 reasons to hire Bill!
10. Bill is not an academic; he is a roll up your sleeves practitioner
9.Bill has clients in both government and industry and leverages effective practices from both sectors
8.Your organization doesn't know what it doesn't know
7.Every organization must be able to leverage what it knows about it what it does to improve its performance, solves problems, and make better decisions
6.Every organization has people who leave and take what they know with them -- unless they hire Bill!
5.Bill knows that technology isn't the answer to your knowledge capture and retention challenges
4.Bill will provide you with the hands-on practical training you need to leverage what you know about what you do
3.Knowledge Management doesn't have to cost a lot or take a long time to show results...if you have the right help!
2.Organizational learning can and should be part of the way you work
1.Bill will help to keep you from "losing your minds" -- that is, the knowledge in the minds of those that leave your workforce and take what they know with them.
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