The KM Impact Challenge aims to accelerate the discovery process of how to effectively measure our investments in knowledge and learning, by gathering and exchanging stories of what works and what doesn't. We invite you to share your story!See More
"Thanks for your questions Melissa. Here are my thoughts:
Power is indeed relational in terms of relations between people, but it is also a question of language. E.g. the language of international development often characterizes local farmers as…"
"Many thanks for having decided to organize a special issue on the link between KM and innovation in the KM4Dev journal, Sarah and others. I have always be interested in this link, it is of growing importance for the KM work in my research…"
"Great if you can moderate our talk, Melissa, many thanks. I would suggest that we start the discussion in a week (29/03) to give us (me!) a bit of time to read the article and then have a discussion until 12/04. If we start right now, some people…"
"Hi Ewen and Nancy
YES, I would love to join the journal club (not as facilitator but as interested reader and commenter), thanks for your initiative.
NO I do not have access to the journal (T&F will be happy).
"Hi Hannah, Rosien and Tarit
Many thanks for your comments! I looked at the Dimitra project and I also found the story about the gender-sensitive bridge convincing and funny. Please accept my apologies for my long silence. I was busy preparing the…"
"Dear all. I am very happy that this gender huddle exists! I recently got a mandate by an SDC division to organise a 1,5-day course on information management, knowledge sharing & learning/networking from a gender perspective. The mandate connects…"