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Philipp Grunewald
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  • Loughborough, East Midlands
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Nancy White commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"I don't know, but I suspect that discreet projects with timelines help me! :-)_"
Sep 25
Philipp Grunewald commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Hi Nancy, agreed. How can a space create little enough workload, short term rewards and yet be set up in the spirit of long term learning and development? Where to put the lever? Cheers"
Sep 25
Nancy White commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Hi Philipp I think it is a tough boundary because in some ways it asks people to turn a bit away from their main focus, and people in development seem to be challenged by that -- for lots of reasons. So good intentions don't translate into…"
Sep 24
Philipp Grunewald commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Hey Guys, just thought about having been eager to take this forward a few months ago. I have to say, I made a few more attempts offline to engage people at the boundary of academia and practice to come up with some new ways of going about things…"
Sep 24
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Collaborative Research

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Collaborative Research

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Mar 5
Philipp Grunewald replied to Peter J. Bury's discussion 'PAR in the WASH sector' in the group Collaborative Research
"Thanks. Some good resources there. "
Feb 10
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This group is intended as a discussion space for collaborative research projects where people in different contexts work together to address issues they are interested in.Potential topics have been gathered here: http://www.allourideas.org/grunewaldtopics/resultsSee More
Feb 6
Philipp Grunewald commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
Feb 6
Nancy White commented on Philipp Grunewald's page Does KM4Dev have to be a community? in the group Collaborative Research
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"Just had a late breaking thought. It is whatever we imagine it is in our head and collectively it is a delusion. ;-)"
Feb 6
Nancy White commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Living. Magic."
Feb 6
Philipp Grunewald commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"I think so. Their underlying philosophies and values are very similar to what we are looking for I believe. However, they struggle as much with conventional thinking as we do (funding, demonstrating impact, etc.). It is those boundaries where…"
Feb 6
Nancy White commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Isn't this what movements like Transition Towns are all about? Living it, vs making something an empheral project? "
Feb 6
Philipp Grunewald commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Hello all, Nancy, I am in a position where I think that I do not want to engage in something where I feel I foster dependencies. Whenever we do not address unequal relationships we are (unconsciously) reinforcing them and I think there is plenty…"
Feb 6
Nancy White commented on Philipp Grunewald's group 'Collaborative Research'
"Scroll down to "A new way of learning" http://reports.p2pu.org/reports/assessment_on_the_web/part_1/index.html and read... " Participating is learning. By observing and chiming in with your ideas in an online community, over time…"
Feb 6

Profile Information

Name (Do NOT forget to upload a picture; that helps being admitted to KM4Dev)
Philipp
Occupation/Title
Researcher/PhD
Organization
Loughborough University
Organization Type
Academic/Research
Organization URL
http://www.lboro.ac.uk
Areas of KM Expertise
Organisational Learning, Participatory Decision-Making, Communities of Practice, Research, KM Strategies, Evaluating and Monitoring KM, Thematic/Knowledge Networks
Email ID
p.grunewald@lboro.ac.uk
Skype ID
philipp.grunewald
Blog URL
http://www.thoughtfordevelopment.com
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, German

Philipp Grunewald's Blog

Similarities and Differences of knowledge brokering and knowledge management

Hello,

in relation to the KM4 Dev innovation fund I have blogged on the similarities and differences of KB and KM.

Please find the blogpost here

Please also respond to the surveylink which is located at the bottom of the blogpost. 

Thank you.

Kind regards,

Philipp

Posted on February 11, 2013 at 9:13am

Decentralisation of knowledge interventions (and complexity science)

Hello,

I finally managed to have a look at all your responses to the "One question" that 51 people answered on my blog. 

Please find the analysis here, which also…
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Posted on February 7, 2013 at 6:43am

Decentralisation and knowledge exchange

Hello, 

I spent some time looking at the Wold Bank report on localising development and thought about some of the links with knowledge exchanges in international development. 

Please find the blog post here

Best wishes,

Philipp

Posted on December 17, 2012 at 11:30am — 3 Comments

What types of knowledge are most important in international development?

Hello,



I just analysed the results of a short poll that I ran on the above question. I assume that some of you were among the respondents. I also published the data for you to be able to do your own analysis and discuss some things that I might not…

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Posted on November 16, 2012 at 11:41am

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