What is Dokkan?
Dokkan is a professional knowledge and contacts network of experts, academics and professionals who wish to share their knowledge, solutions, ideas and experience and, at the same time, encourage learning between companies, employment sectors and social sectors. Dokkan ensures that effective methods are disseminated and presented in an organised manner.
The inspiration for Dokkan
Knowledge is incredibly valuable, is often expensive to obtain and is then frequently underused. Dokkan’s policy is to develop the most powerful knowledge network in Iceland, where practical and theoretical knowledge is shared and disseminated for the benefit of the business and economic sectors and for the community as a whole.
How does Dokkan operate?
There are 20 cores, or disciplines, operating within Dokkan. Each discipline generally meets on average every 4 to 6 weeks over the winter months, usually in the morning. The meetings take place within companies and public bodies. The project manager for each discipline organises their agenda, which is usually based on lectures delivered by group members or other matters of interest. Each field, however, is free to organise itself in the manner its members see fit.
Dokkan’s current disciplines are:
- Business Analysis
- Corporate Governance
- Energy and Resources
- Finances and Operation
- Human Resources Management
- IT (several groups)
- Lean – Six Sigma
- Management and Operation of Healthcare Facilities
- Marketing, Sales and CRM
- Open Category
- Policy Formulation
- Product Development
- Project Management
- Public Administration
- Quality Management – ISO
- Retail Operations – Shops
- Risk Management (Finances)
- Software Design
- Software Testing
Dokkan is for everyone who wishes to…
- employ the most effective and professional methods available at all times
- base their decisions on the best possible knowledge available
- receive information on successful methods used by their colleagues in other companies
- receive information on new approaches and ideas for solutions in their field
- share their methods, approaches and ideas
- share solutions from their own knowledge and experience
- engage in constant continuous learning and vocational training in an effective manner
- gain more comprehensive professional knowledge and better interdisciplinary knowledge
- advertise their talents, strengthen their contacts network and increase their scope of influence
How do I become a member of Dokkan?
In most cases, companies and public bodies become members of Dokkan with the payment of an annual fee, the amount of which is based on the number of their employees. As soon as a company or public body has become a member of Dokkan, all employees receive full access to all the work of professional groups within Dokkan, free of charge.
For now Dokkan only operates in Iceland – but has taken the first step to operation in Oslo, Norge. If you are in Oslo and see this pls. contact us, we will be jubilant to hear from you!
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Tel. 354 897 7420
Martha Árnadóttir CEO