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Happy (Gregorian) New Year to KM4Dev-ers near and far!
Washington State University is excited to announce new course offerings for 2018 of the Monitoring and Evaluation Leadership in Learning online course. The first offering starts January 16th and is tailored to development professionals, M&E leaders, program managers, and project leaders who are seeking an intermediate-level challenge to start the New Year off with a bang!
To learn more and to register visit…Continue
Added by Kim Castelin on January 2, 2018 at 10:40pm — No Comments
Knowledge on a Mission is a free, day-long event sponsored by the International Finance Corporation of The World Bank Group. It brings together executives from large organizations (in both private sector and non-profit domains), international knowledge practitioners & operational staff, and independent…Continue
The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project has recently published a new research brief on collaborative learning in global health entitled, Share Fairs:…Continue
Added by Sophie Weiner on October 19, 2017 at 6:16pm — No Comments
Please share with your networks and colleagues! Happy reading :-)
Added by Lucie Lamoureux on October 19, 2017 at 3:19pm — No Comments
There’s still time to register for the fourth annual Global Digital Health Forum, a premier gathering for digital health professionals from around the world, which will be held in Washington, D.C. on December 4-6, 2017.
The theme for this year’s Forum—The Evolving Digital Health Landscape: Progress, Achievements, and Remaining Frontiers—captures the spirit of progress made in the…Continue
Added by Sophie Weiner on September 18, 2017 at 6:01pm — No Comments
Mieux comprendre le KM
Pour mieux comprendre le Knowledge Management ou la Gestion des Connaissances, intéressons-nous d’abord aux deux grandes composantes que sont la « Gestion » ou « Management » et la «Connaissance » ou « Knowledge ».
Qu’est-ce que la gestion ou management ?
Plusieurs définitions existent du mot « gestion ». Sans nous lancer dans une revue documentaire pour trouver des définitions académiques et théoriques du mot,…Continue
Added by SENAME Atsu on September 18, 2017 at 11:11am — No Comments
Knowledge Management improves organisational processes, e.g marketing, manufacturing, accounting, engineering and public relations in the following ways:
Impact on process effectiveness; by using the most suitable processes and making the best possible decision.
Impact on process…Continue
Added by tumisang moloi on September 14, 2017 at 11:50pm — No Comments
our kids as they grow they need to know and learn about knowledge and how to manage this knowledge, now my question is
how can we cultivate this knowledge in our children or kids
Added by Boitumelo on September 14, 2017 at 9:40pm — No Comments
Du 6 juillet au 9 août 2017, j'ai organisé et formé les cadres de l'ONG ETD au Togo et au Bénin sur les notion de base du KM et la capitalisation. L'objectif de la formation était de les amener à comprendre l'importance du KM dans le développement d'une organisation et les inciter à s'impliquer dans la démarche KM que la direction de ETD veut mettre en place.
Added by SENAME Atsu on September 14, 2017 at 1:00am — No Comments
Knowledge management improves productivity and efficiency in an organisation and it is of benefit to the organisation in many ways , but can we say that knowledge can be disadvantageous to the organisation.... lets discuss
May I please get the clarification on "phase 4: Evaluation of business value, on the 10 steps of KM Road map... How must ROI account for both financial and competitive impacts of on the business?
I learned that ROI is the most common profitability ratio. It again serves two purposes, which are as follows,
1. providing statistical/ hard data to prove the impact of successful KM implementation.
2. It allows one to incrementally refine his/ her KM system design…Continue
Added by tumisang moloi on September 13, 2017 at 12:32am — No Comments
Small organizations present challenges with regards to knowledge management (KM) and organizational learning (OL) but they also offer substantial opportunities. While a small organization may not be able to have staff dedicated full time to KM/OL, it is also likely to have better knowledge flows than much larger organizations. How can small organizations optimize KM/OL without full time dedicated staff?
I am looking for partner organizations to conduct action research in small…
The effort of designing and setting up new KM systems, such as a portal or a resource center, can be of distraction from normal work processes and habits in an organisation.
Therefore i am wondering how Will KM disrupt normal work process and habits? Please read around and help me out.
Please help me understand the similarities and differences between tacit and explicit knowledge with examples.
why do we need to manage knowledge
Added by Boitumelo on September 9, 2017 at 9:56pm — No Comments
How do we know we are doing good Knowledge management?Continue
In knowledge management it is very vital to formulate strategies that can accomodate the type of environment that one is sharing this knowledge. In most cases it is to the extent that some practices and tools would have to be set into place. This systematic strategies however would have to be part of an already existant or progressive plan.
Now the greatest question is, how to do you ensure that these systematic strategies are actually a success or eventually prove to be…Continue
Added by Sabelwetona Simelane on September 9, 2017 at 8:30am — No Comments
Knowledge is of limited organizational value if it is not shared. The ability to collect, integrate
and apply specialized knowledge of an organization’s members is fundamental to a firm’s ability
to create and sustain competitive advantage. However, organisations do face some challenges in using IT for knowledge management.
Therefore, i understand that one of the major problems or challenges may be;
Rural entrepreneurship has the potential to drive innovations that can reduce poverty, increase access to food and create employment. For this to happen, actors in agrifood value chains need to trust each other. However, local agrifood value chains are almost always characterised by protectionist behaviour resulting in very high marketing costs and a stalemate, instead of by a drive for positive change and development. This course is focused on breaking the deadlock these value chains are…Continue
Added by van Lent on September 7, 2017 at 3:26pm — No Comments