Knowledge Management for Development (KM4Dev) is a community of international development practitioners who are interested in knowledge management and knowledge sharing issues and approaches.
Our main communication forum is the KM4dev Dgroup.
To join the discussion, send a blank email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This Ning site is our community site (along with our knowledge repository http://wiki.km4dev.org), where all knowledge management enthusiasts and development practitioners are connected. Please feel free to join this site, but remember the main discussion takes place on the km4dev-l on dGroups. Now also with a web interface.
knowledge management for development is a social network
"I feel so moved by all the positive reactions I received every day since I posted my request. Just as if I have numerous secret hidden friends ready to give a hand ! It's a feeling not easy to express ; the kind of strength you sense when you're not alone and that makes you dare and never afraid of taking new challenges... merci beaucoup."
Yennenga Kompaoré, Performances, Burkina Faso
"I’m proud of being part of this collaborative community. Thank you all."
Marcelo Yamada, Promon Engenharia, Brasil
I believe that it is very important that every Project Implementation Unit is able (and allowed) to evaluate its performance not only in terms of outreach but also in terms of performance of the staff involved, at every level. In conducting this evaluation (and auto-evaluation) the organization will become stonger and stronger (for example, weakness could be identified and "fixed" with ad hoc…
Posted by Cecilia Ruberto on June 22, 2014 at 6:29pm
This is a toolkit on how to invent, adopt or adapt ideas that can deliver better results. It’s quick to use, simple to apply, and designed to help busy people working in development.
Both world café and multi-stakeholder platforms (MSP) are interactive knowledge processes where the participants share their knowledge with each other. Mixing world café and MSP together works wonder to bring about change in the betterment of the sector.
Read my blog post for details.
Started by Ameyu Fekadu in Communities and networks Jul 21.