Knowledge Management Strategy from Pre - Retirement Employee to New Generation
Keywords:Knowledge management, Retirement employee, Knowledge transfer
Knowledge management in an organization is a significant strategy that affects the ability to drive the organization forward expeditiously. But, the organization is currently facing problems with the collection of knowledge within the individual. When there is a change for example; resignation or retirement has an impact to interrupt the operating process. Because they don't have a strategy of knowledge management to be appropriate in the organization. Therefore, this article accumulates important theories and reviews the literature related to knowledge management in the organization. For prescribing the strategy of knowledge management from before retirement employees to a new generation including Knowledge prioritization strategy, Knowledge capture strategy and Knowledge transfer strategy. To suggest the organization to apply strategies to the knowledge management within the organization to be successful and most effective.
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