Knowledge Transfer: Preparing the Next Generation’s Workforce


September 26
Duration: 1 hour

Complimentary Online Forum
September 26, 2013
11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Duration: 1 hour

As an aging workforce heads towards retirement, how do we ensure that future generations reap the benefits of their experience? 

What can governments do to allow for a smooth transition among all employees?

Join GOVERNING for an in-depth discussion as we highlight this topic and look to the experts for guidance on transferring pertinent data and behaviors to new and existing employees. 

We will be sharing critical information and best practices on Knowledge Transfer gathered through research conducted by the founders of the State and Government Workforce Project (SGWP) and GOVERNING contributors, Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene:
•    What happens to the states, and local governments, as employees -- and expertise -- leave the public sector?
•    Strategies to meet tomorrow's challenges while transferring knowledge and distributing experience.
•    Various training tools, and methods, for developing existing employees.
•    Learning how other government leaders are working to develop, and engage, the next generation leaders.


Erin Waters
Publisher, GOVERNING

Featured Speakers:

Katherine Barrett & Richard Greene
Columnists, GOVERNING Magazine

Sara R. Wilson
Director, Virginia Department of
Human Resource Management

Eileen Smith
Director, Product Marketing, Education and Government, Workday

For questions or details, contact:
Lauren Anderson
Registration Coordinator
800-917-7732 ext. 1378

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