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Creating Effective Job Transition Guides: Facilitating Knowledge Transfer

Event Description and Agenda:

Developing guides for job transition is essential for smooth knowledge transfer in critical positions. This webinar will cover the development of three such job transition guides (one for individual contributors, one for managers, and one for executives) that are intended to be used by people transitioning into new jobs within TVA. These guides cover six to eight challenges that are associated with transitioning into new jobs (with a substantial focus on knowledge transfer). This webinar will give you the chance to learn from TVA's experiences and allow you an in-depth look at their transition guides. It will also help you create transition guidelines of your own.

 

Overview of the transition guides
  • Summary review of major sections of each transition guide
    • Individual Contributors Transition Guide
    • Managers Transition Guide
    • Executives Transition Guide
In-depth review of the 6-8 representative challenges associated with knowledge transfer and job transition, in all three guides
  • Transitioning out of your old job
  • Establishing a working relationship with your new boss
  • Creating and implementing the strategy of your organization
  • Diagnosing the current state of you programs/ projects, team or organization
  • Establishing relationships with new peers and stakeholders
  • Establishing relationships with new direct reports
  • Mastering the change management process
  • Achieving a quick win
Best practices regarding the development and implementation of job transition guides
  • Develop a guide or set of guides that is specifically targeted to the knowledge transfer needs and culture of your organization
  • Have executives within your organization, who have been successful in job transitions, review the guide(s). Make revisions as appropriate
  • Make the toolkits widely available, but do not try to mandate their use
  • Involve the new manager of the transitioning employee, but keep the primary responsibility for working through the guide on the transitioning employee
  • Stay concise, straightforward, and actionable in your writing

 

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