- December 17, 2013
- Carla O'Dell
- Member: FREE
With Baby Boomers retiring and organizations unable to hire the skills and expertise they need from the outside, many organizations are looking to more innovative solutions to tackle the shortage of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals. Learn what role knowledge management (KM) plays in bridging the expertise gap — making it easier for scientific, technical, and engineering leaders to leverage the knowledge of existing experts more effectively while accelerating time-to-competency for the next generation.
In this one-hour community call, APQC's Carla O'Dell shared the early results from in-depth interviews she conducted with KM and STEM leaders to find out how top organizations are addressing these questions.