Steve Trautman’s 5 Questions with… Shari Keivit of General Mills

Posted by Steve Trautman on May 25, 2012 7:34:00 AM

About every few months for this blog I interview a senior business executive to find out how they think about and do knowledge transfer. I ask a simple set of five questions that quickly get at helpful information for the knowledge transfer community and allow us to a keep a finger on the pulse of what’s going on out there. Previously we featured Christy Kingsbury of CBRE, Inc. This week we’re hearing from Shari Keivit, Manager of Strategic Learning for General Mills R&D division. Shari has been with General Mills, one of the world’s largest food companies, for 24 years.

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Steve Trautman’s 5 Questions with… Shari Keivit of General Mills

Posted by Steve Trautman on May 25, 2012 7:34:00 AM

About every few months for this blog I interview a senior business executive to find out how they think about and do knowledge transfer. I ask a simple set of five questions that quickly get at helpful information for the knowledge transfer community and allow us to a keep a finger on the pulse of what’s going on out there. Previously we featured Christy Kingsbury of CBRE, Inc. This week we’re hearing from Shari Keivit, Manager of Strategic Learning for General Mills R&D division. Shari has been with General Mills, one of the world’s largest food companies, for 24 years.

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Steve Trautman’s 5 Questions with… Shari Keivit of General Mills

Posted by Steve Trautman on May 25, 2012 7:34:00 AM

About every few months for this blog I interview a senior business executive to find out how they think about and do knowledge transfer. I ask a simple set of five questions that quickly get at helpful information for the knowledge transfer community and allow us to a keep a finger on the pulse of what’s going on out there. Previously we featured Christy Kingsbury of CBRE, Inc. This week we’re hearing from Shari Keivit, Manager of Strategic Learning for General Mills R&D division. Shari has been with General Mills, one of the world’s largest food companies, for 24 years.

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Topics: Executive Interviews ("5 Questions with..."), Knowledge Transfer Planning, Knowledge Transfer Strategy, Best Practices, Free Resources & Tools, Aging Workers

Steve Trautman’s 5 Questions with… Shari Keivit of General Mills

Posted by Steve Trautman on May 25, 2012 7:34:00 AM

About every few months for this blog I interview a senior business executive to find out how they think about and do knowledge transfer. I ask a simple set of five questions that quickly get at helpful information for the knowledge transfer community and allow us to a keep a finger on the pulse of what’s going on out there. Previously we featured Christy Kingsbury of CBRE, Inc. This week we’re hearing from Shari Keivit, Manager of Strategic Learning for General Mills R&D division. Shari has been with General Mills, one of the world’s largest food companies, for 24 years.

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Topics: Executive Interviews ("5 Questions with..."), Knowledge Transfer Planning, Knowledge Transfer Strategy, Best Practices, Free Resources & Tools, Aging Workers

Steve Trautman’s 5 Questions with… Shari Keivit of General Mills

Posted by Steve Trautman on May 25, 2012 7:34:00 AM

About every few months for this blog I interview a senior business executive to find out how they think about and do knowledge transfer. I ask a simple set of five questions that quickly get at helpful information for the knowledge transfer community and allow us to a keep a finger on the pulse of what’s going on out there. Previously we featured Christy Kingsbury of CBRE, Inc. This week we’re hearing from Shari Keivit, Manager of Strategic Learning for General Mills R&D division. Shari has been with General Mills, one of the world’s largest food companies, for 24 years.

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Steve Trautman’s 5 Questions with... Christy Kingsbury of CBRE, Inc.

Posted by Steve Trautman on Feb 4, 2012 9:57:33 AM

Today we are launching a new blog feature in our effort to showcase various voices and best practices from throughout knowledge transfer community. About every other month, I’ll interview a senior business executive—many from Fortune 1000s—to find out how they think about and “do knowledge transfer.” I’ll ask a simple set of five questions that quickly get at helpful information for the community and will allow us to a keep a finger on the pulse of what’s going on out there. In the coming weeks you’ll hear from such executives as Shari Keivit of General Mills, John Sage of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and more. And, if you’d like to make an interviewee suggestion for this feature (yourself or colleagues), drop me a line.

This week we’ll hear from Christy Kingsbury, Director of Facility Management Solutions, Global Corporate Services for CBRE, Inc. CBRE is a global leader in real estate services and winner of the 2011 REIQ Award for Commercial Agency of the Year. Christy has been working with knowledge transfer solutions at the company for ten years. Here’s what she had to share:

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