Information Capital Management Training
Information Capital Management Training
Information is power. It enriches to our institution and to us and it is our biggest source of competition. It is the basic component of intellectual capital. Firms/institutions that want to improve their technology and innovation management business skills must be active in the production and use of knowledge capital. Our aim with this training is to enable our companies/institutions to be aware of their information capital and to develop and manage their information capital effectively.
As PROYA, instead of trainings aimed at providing employees with individual knowledge, we have adopted the mission of designing trainings that provide institutions with business skills and providing trainings that combine knowledge and experience.
As PROYA, we offer this training program, which is common in the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe, to the service of our companies and institutions for the first time in Turkey. One of the main conditions for rapidly developing the” Culture of Entrepreneurship and Innovation” in Turkey is to ensure awareness of information capital in institutions.
There are two main components of information capital. These are the implicit (tacit) information in the minds of the employees of the institution and the explicit (explicit) information in the architecture of the institution. Information capital management; If it is not done consciously by supporting the appropriate process, technique and technology, both the capacity of information production and commercial use in the institution cannot be fully utilized, and these efforts cannot be preserved and gained continuity because they are not digested within the management system.
Knowledge capital management should be done as a part of the organization’s operation, knowledge production and management techniques should be integrated with the organization’s architecture, embedded in quality and human resources management systems, and a learning corporate culture should be established. In this way, employees and the institution dominate information and both individual and corporate creativity, in-house entrepreneurship and innovation rise. In this training, we will learn to develop, organize, protect, disseminate and use our knowledge capital effectively.
This training is for employees in the departments of quality management, human resources management and corporate architecture management in companies and institutions, as well as employees of all levels who are interested in the subject from all types of business units.
We learn by ASKING/DISCUSSING and EXPERIENCING AND DOING it all our lives. Key concepts are discussed and analyzed. Participants’ answers and comments are received. In education, there are common answers based on scientifically generally accepted standards and best practices. On the second day, action is taken with the information learned on the first day, and a workshop is held on the subject, supported by the “action learning” method.
Each participant is provided with an educational booklet with presentations. If any, the information produced in the workshop is also shared with the participants after the study.
Training Program (2 Days)
- Basic concepts and definitions
- Implicit and Explicit Information in Institutions
- Information Capital Creation/Development Models
- Information and Human Capital
- Conservation of Information Capital
- Information Capital –Institution Architecture and Quality Management System
- Information Capital and Technology / Innovation Management
- Three Forms of Corporate Learning
- Global resources to follow in Information Capital Management
- The Connection between the Strategy Deficit and the Information Capital Deficit
- Determination of the Information Capital Deficit
- Finding Solutions to Eliminate the Information Capital Deficit
Certificate of Training
Each participant is given a training participation certificate signed by the trainer.
After Training Support
Within one year after the training, questions and consultations sent via e-mail are also answered via e-mail, within the scope of the effort to gain the job skills covered in the training, provided that it is limited to the subjects received and only to the people who participated in the training.