Junior Consultant – Knowledge Management
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Working with the EMEA Tax and Leader Knowledge Management leader to achieve the following objectives:
1. Maintain platform for communication and sharing best practices among over 200 Tax knowledge managers across EMEA countries (Europe Middle East and Africa) by:
- organising Online Meetings on various topics of interest for the Tax knowledge managers - 10/year
- organising Third Party Webinars - inviting external speakers to present their subscriptions (ISI emerging Market, Harvard business review, IBFD, iOECD etc) - 5 /year
- organising New Services Carousel - identifying new products and solutions developed globally (via Global innovation challenge, EMEA tax academy awards or other) and organising presentations from authors via Webex -once per year, depending how many solutions are identified (24 in 2017)
- organising Knowledge Leaders face-to-face meeting - once per year.
2. Develop, update and implement the Knowledge Management Strategy for PwC Tax and Legal at EMEA level.
- organising four workstreams for KM leaders and developing specific activities according to yearly priorities.
3. Administrate the network
- bi-weekly newlestter
- quarterly activity report
- maintain relevant pages on intranet and social media tool
- manage network updates, introductory messages, and provide guidance.
4. Support to EMEA Tax leadership team:
- maintain relevant pages on intranet and social media.
5. Individual projects
- upon request, design and implement Knowledge Management projects for key stake holders
Examples include but are not limited to: Tax technology projects - inventorise existing products; design Knowledge fairs, Knowledge Games, escape rooms - using gamification to achieve knowledge sharing objectives; design a tool/programme aimed to collect input from various countries in a standardised manner to achieve efficiencies, etc.
• Improve knowledge sharing within our colleagues;
• Proactively identify valuable knowledge to ensure our knowledge platform contains useful and new information;
• Facilitate and advise on processes to capture, generate, share and leverage best practices;
• Provide support to our colleagues in sharing and accessing knowledge;
• Help put together internal and external newsletters.
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