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Leaving but Not Lost – Knowledge Retention in the Public Sector

well... goodbyeThe country is bracing itself for the Comprehensive Spending Review on 20 October.  And Public Sector bosses are looking at how they shed large numbers of highly experienced employees without threatening the long term health of these very organisations.

Publictechnology.net highlights the point that a large proportion of the redundancies will result in a vast knowledge base going out of the door.

Organisations need to take steps to capture that knowledge quickly and deliberately and transfer it to those that will be responsible for running these organisations in the coming years.

On the 4th of November as part of the Local by Social Online Conference on the LG Improvement and Development’s Communities of Practice.  The full event runs between the 3rd & 9th of November 2010.

We invite you to share your experience and stories of dealing with this situation in our forum discussion called Leaving but not Lost.

Throughout the day, please ask questions and share your stories and experience so we can learn from each other and indentify ways we can deal with this difficult situation.

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