• Jan 30 2024 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


• Virtual

Given the ubiquity of knowledge and information in this era, the processes of acquiring, producing, transferring and integrating this knowledge and information evolve according to need, time and purpose. With the emergence of new technologies and changing work cultures, it has now become essential for businesses to adopt efficient and effective knowledge management processes.

In this virtual ISKO Kenya event, we will look at the key processes that are redefining effective and efficient KM institutionalization in organizations. Felix Muriithi, Deputy Director Knowledge Management at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) and an Executive Committee member of ISKO- Kenya Chapter, gives us practical day-to-day knowledge management processes from a practitioner’s perspective. Moses Wadeguh, seasoned KM consultant, CEO Phowad Solution Limited and President of ISKO- Kenya Chapter, describes trends in KM processes that every organization institutionalizing Knowledge Management should look out for.

Join other KM practitioners participating in the event who will also share the trends in KM processes they cope with in their KM journey, during the breakout sessions.
This will be a virtual meeting on Zoom.

The event is free, but prior registration is required.

Event Speakers

Moses Wadeguh

Moses Wadeguh is the Founding President of the ISKO Kenya Chapter, and CEO of Phowad Solution Limited, a leading Knowledge Management, Human Resource and Research Consultancy Firm in Kenya. Moses has worked as a KM consultant with several public agencies in Kenya, including the Kenya Roads Board (KRB), Communications Authority of Kenya (CA), Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB), Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen), Kenya Police Savings and Credit Cooperative Society, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), Higher Education Loans Board (HELB), Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation (ICDC) and the State Department of Livestock. Moses is a Human Resource Manager, Research Specialist and Certified Knowledge Manager who focuses on institutionalizing knowledge management in organizations.

He is currently serving as a facilitator for the Kenya School of Government on Knowledge Management. He has worked with highest level executives in public and private sectors in restructuring, implementing Human Resource Management/Development Systems, Knowledge Management, executive coaching, strategic planning to increase organizational and individual productivity and teamwork in ways that are culturally appropriate. Moses holds a Master’s degree in strategic management, is a Member of IHRM and MSRA, and has over 10 years of development research and management experience with first line responsibility for strategizing, designing and overseeing comprehensive programmes in complex organizations within the region.

Through his leadership, Phowad Solution Limited successfully held the first conference on Knowledge Management in Kenya and he partnered with the Kenya School of Government to hold the Second Knowledge Management Conference in Kenya. Moses was on the team that developed the Kenya National Knowledge Management Policy.

Felix Murithi

Felix Murithi is a knowledge management practitioner with over thirty years of knowledge management practice and experience in academia, and public and private sectors. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Sciences from Moi University in Eldoret Kenya, a Masters degree in Publishing Studies from the University of Stirling, in Scotland and a Diploma in Contemporary Public Administration (Galilee International Management Institute). He is a member of the International Society on Knowledge Organization (ISKO) through membership of the Singapore and Kenya Chapters, and current Treasurer of ISKO-Kenya Chapter, Member of the National Technical Committee on Knowledge Management, and currently serving as the Deputy Director Knowledge Management at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), a public policy think tank of the Government of Kenya.