Pre-2: KCS Principles


Saturday, October 13 at 8:30 AM

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Developed by the Consortium for Service Innovation, Knowledge-Centered Support (KCS) is a methodology and a set of processes and practices that leverage knowledge as a key asset of the support organization. KCS has been proven to allow service and support organizations to significantly improve service levels to customers, gain operational efficiencies, and increase the organization's value to the company through knowledge management.

This knowledge management course will provide support center supervisors, managers, and directors with a set of practical steps for capturing, storing, and successfully reusing knowledge. Participants will learn how to implement a strategy for adopting KCS that creates and maintains knowledge as a by-product of the incident management process.
What You Will Learn

How to efficiently create and maintain quality, easy-to-find content in the knowledge base
Ways to motivate support analysts to use the knowledge base and to effectively assess individual and team contributions
How to articulate the value of knowledge management practices for your organization
A strategy for sustainable success that minimizes investments in knowledge workflow and maximizes the return
How to identify and avoid the common pitfalls associated with knowledge management

Julie Mohr

Author and Speaker
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Julie Mohr is a dynamic, engaging change agent who brings integrity and passion to everything she does. Through her books, articles, speaking, consulting, and teaching—her purpose is to change the world through thought-provoking dialog and interaction. Julie speaks at conferences worldwide on topics of leadership, business, knowledge management, service management, governance, organization development, process engineering, service level management, and continual improvement