dsn.sector education & knowledge
Education and knowledge form the basis of the sustainable economic success of all organisations. A growing shortage of qualified staff as a result of the ageing population, or the retirement of experienced workers, place this foundation at risk. Private companies and public organisations all face the same challenges. Key factors for success include having a constant supply of qualified staff and making existing knowledge available to all staff. This requires integrated administrative and technical structures and processes within the organisation and a culture of responsibility for shared goals.
If you want to shape the future, you will be asking yourself questions such as:
- How can I adapt my own and my region’s training and continued professional development to meet future challenges?
- Which initiatives should I implement to ensure that there are sufficient qualified employees in my region or my organisation?
- How do I retain the expertise of departing, experienced or specialised staff in my organisation?
- How can I attract skilled staff through knowledge management and hold onto them for the long term?
- How do I integrate knowledge management into the daily work of my organisation?
- How can I successfully build up a wiki-based management system in my organisation?
Extract from our references:
- Renewable Energy Education Hamburg
- Maritime Education Hamburg
- Qualification Opportunities in the field of wind energy in northern Germany
- EU-Project "Northern Maritime University- North Sea Region"
- Final Conference "Intersectional Management in Health Care (IMHC)"
- EU-Project "Intersectional Management in Health Care (IMHC)"
- EU-Project "Portal nach vorn: wissenschaftliche Online-Weiterbildung für Schleswig-Holstein"
- EU-Project "Baltic Sea Virtual Campus- BSVC"
- Symposium "Bildung Online- Die Virtuelle Fachhochschule"
- Feasibility Study "Baltic Sea Virtual Campus"
- International Conference "Wissen schafft Zukunft"
- International Workshop "Structures of Learning- Shaping the Transition"