Hi, I am working on a project to evaluate the Peer to Peer Learning experiences (events and network development) at a division of the IFC, and am looking for sample M&E frameworks that have been used in other settings. I also am going to make recommendations to the group to set up a system to more systematically capture the results achieved from the Peer to Peer Learning events and network, and am also looking for experiences on what has worked for others. Many possibilities come to… Continue
Added by Courtney Roberts on April 18, 2012 at 1:12pm —
'......is this KM a new Fad, old wine in new bottles or is it a real contribution to your management thinking? It seems to me I am getting mixed signals…'
A question posed by one of the participants following a speech I made in Khartoum a couple of weeks ago. Read on to see how I replied
Added by Paul J Corney on April 16, 2012 at 3:00am —
Par Aimé NABALOUM pour Le Pays, 11 avril 2012
Le ministère de l'Agriculture et de l'hydraulique en collaboration avec USAID WA-WASH et le consortium water web organise du 11 au 13 avril 2012 à Ouagadougou, le 13e sommet de l'Information sur l'eau.
Le sommet se donne pour objectif de rentabiliser les systèmes d'information sur l'eau à travers le thème : «…
Added by Anne MIMAULT on April 14, 2012 at 6:13am —
I would like to request to attend this survey, the purpose of this survey is to evaluate how e learning can be used to enhance knowledge management within organisation, you positive response will be appreciated.
E learning and knowledge management survey
Added by Alain M on April 11, 2012 at 6:35am —
Il y a un an, le 6 avril 2011, naissait un nouveau concept de partage de connaissance sur Ouagadougou : Le Maquis des Sciences. Ce café scientifique ouagalais a depuis fait son chemin et lance pour sa 10 édition le 18 avril 2012 sa plateforme web.
Rendez-vous mensuel proposé par l’IRD et l’Institut français, le Maquis des Sciences attire des étudiants, professionnels de la science, journalistes ou encore amateurs qui veulent comprendre le monde… Continue
Added by Anne MIMAULT on April 9, 2012 at 12:20pm —
We are pleased to announce that the 5th edition of the
"Academy on sustainable enterprise development" will take place from 18 to 29 June 2012 at the Turin Centre, Italy.
“Sustainable enterprises are a… Continue
Added by Joel Alcocer on March 29, 2012 at 11:00am —
IRC is looking for a KM officer in Burkina Faso. See the attached vacancy text. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org as mentioned in the text.
IRC is also interested in hiring a KM officer in Mali and Niger. Modalities can range from a consultancy to a partnership between IRC and a local organisation. For these jobs please contact me at email@example.com.
All these KM officers… Continue
Added by Jaap Pels on March 26, 2012 at 9:31am —
In April 2010, IFAD and FAO launched a joint programme to provide people working on poverty reduction projects, with the skills and tools required to gather and share knowledge gleaned from their projects. Different workshops in knowledge sharing techniques, writing effectively for different audiences, and systematisation were held in 2011.
The last workshop was a "training of trainers" session, which specifically aimed to upscale the whole process. Participants of… Continue
Added by Denise Melvin on March 24, 2012 at 3:02am —
Putting learning at the heart of the organisation: the theme of the 12th Henley KM forum. I was there running a Sparknow timeline exhibit, here's the blog - http://ning.it/wlmCNb
Added by Paul J Corney on March 15, 2012 at 7:55pm —
I attended the inaugural Knowledge Management Capacity Development in Africa event held in Khartoum back in Janury.
As part of the follow up to that event the conference chair and organiser Dr Gada Kadoda decided to use a postcard as a way of capturing some of the delegates perceptions. It showed a picture of some of the delegates on the steps of Freedom Hall Khartoum and an invitation on the reverse to submit comments and reflections.
What follows is her candid account of how… Continue
Added by Paul J Corney on March 6, 2012 at 7:08am —
It’s amazing how the process of answering simple questions can help you uncover so much complexity. It’s rather like a child lifting a large stone to reveal all kinds of creep crawly things that they never knew existed. Unfortunately, when developing a Theory of Change (ToC) we don’t have the choice, like children, to leave those things alone we don’t like the look of. Developing a ToC gives us the opportunity to address problems, complexity, and opportunities that exist… Continue
Added by Andrew Clappison on February 21, 2012 at 8:52am —
Added by Roshani Nepali on February 15, 2012 at 3:01am —
As detailed in Chapter 5 of my free eBook titled “Knowledge Transfer for the Military Leader” one of the major impediments to knowledge transfer is lack of trust combined with a tendency on the part of many individuals toward maintaining too small a social circle.
Trust building is very important in what we do. Why? The more trust a person has in another individual the smoother and more spontaneous the flow off knowledge and experience between them will be over time. People tend to… Continue
Added by R.A Dalton on February 13, 2012 at 12:33pm —
We have post vacancy for "Regional Monitoring & Knowledge Manager" for EMPHASIS Project in CARE Nepal. Interested candidates may apply within 14 Feb'12. (Please have a look for… Continue
Added by Roshani Nepali on February 9, 2012 at 12:15am —
The original list was brainstormed on the KM4Dev mailing list and compiled (now fully available) on Gauri Salokhe's blog: http://gaurisalokhe.blogspot.com/2011/12/best-knowledge-management-book-for.html
(From Gauri's blog)
Recently, @jschunter asked a question on the … Continue
Added by Ewen Le Borgne on February 4, 2012 at 11:27pm —
The discussion was very rich and brought about lots of good ideas and resources to the front.
Find the summary on: ow.ly/8QAbX
Hopefully Juliana, who initiated this great conversation thread, will write a 'community note' for the KM4Dev journal later.
Added by Ewen Le Borgne on February 3, 2012 at 2:21am —
Hello all...First, I can't believe it has taken me this long to join the group and to start posting - thanks to all who gave me the kick up the backside to come on here and start sharing!
The KM M-Model has now been released with free access: Click this link for open access to the KM M-Model web page - it can also be… Continue
Added by David Griffiths on January 30, 2012 at 5:38am —
Something that most likely will influence the development of Knowledge Management (KM) as well as Science and Technology in the (near) future is the concept of Consciousness as the attribute of Knowledge which is concerned with 2 (two) choices of paradigm. The first paradigm is “The (smart) Universe or Nature Knowledge is the center of… Continue
Added by Md Santo on January 27, 2012 at 11:19pm —
Dear KM4Dev friends (with apologies for cross posting!)
You may be interested in this blog post from Denise Recheis, or REEEP, who’ve just launched a new publication “Linked Open Data: the essentials”.
Would be interested in examples of where ‘mash ups’ – bringing data and information together from multiple sources – has led to tasty results. And also lessons on how to avoid an indigestible mush (the photo doesn’t look that promising!)
Added by Geoff Barnard on January 27, 2012 at 3:04pm —
Added by Paul J Corney on January 17, 2012 at 6:24am —