My observations from 5th Knowledge Management & Organizational Learning Summit Bogota.
A week-long awareness raising and planning workshop on Participatory Mapping and Community Empowerment for Climate Change Policy Making jointly organised by CTA, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Partners With Melanesians (PwM) to promote the adoption of innovative Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools and approaches to help address development challenges started in Honiara today. http://goo.gl/J3yA5…Continue
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We are developing the Most Significant Change monitoring tool within the context of 3 countries project on micro-irrigation (Scampis project in India, Guatemala, Madagascar).
This experience is quite exciting. We are constantly looking forward for sharing and receiving suggestions and comments (as we just started we always can improve!)
I created a blog page were we are planning to insert news on our activities and update the progress…Continue
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In relation with the focused discussion that recently looked at the kind of knowledge sharing activities that take place in our organisations (initiated by Gauri and Nancy on the Dgroup list), hereby a list of posts that relate to what ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute) does in this field.
All these posts are on our 'Maarifa' blog - a blog…Continue
One technique Sparknow uses when trying to understand how information and knowledge flows in and around an organization is to ask a set of short simple ‘vox pop’ questions. They are short questions, the answers to which are usually very insightful.
I am going to be asking a few in Colombia this week and would like to widen the net to include the KM4Dev community. If you are interested in joining in please post a comment here: …
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Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum [Headed by Chairman, Parliamentary Standing Committee for Ministry of Post and Telecommunication] is an emerging OPEN multi-stakeholder inclusive effort to illuminate issues and cultivate constructive discussion about the internet in conjunction with the UN Internet Governance Forum (UN IGF).
It provides a domestic independent forum in the Bangladesh to…
Added by AHM Bazlur Rahman on May 7, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
There is an opportunity to do consultancy in EMPHASIS regional project for "Development of Photostories". Interested people may apply by 20 May'2012.
For details, please find ToR attached here.
Added by Roshani Nepali on May 7, 2012 at 11:17am — No Comments
Please find ToR of Mid-term review of EMPHASIS regional project. Interested consultant can submit there proposal with 15 May'12.
Attached ToR for your reference.
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Africa is perhaps the most culturally imaginative and creative region in the world. It is extremely diversified, rich in talents and ingenuity with unlimited resources and potential. It has colonized the planet and it enriches humanity through inimitable arts, creativity and advancement of knowledge. Yet, one African out of two lives in difficult human conditions. And despite spectacular progress here and there, Africa remains profoundly socially, spiritually and culturally possessed,…Continue
The Gift of Voice to the Voiceless in Bangladesh
FRIDAY, 04 MAY 2012 AUTHOR / SOURCE : FAIZUL KHAN TANIM
The long anticipated introduction of community radio (CR) in to the social, developmental and cultural lifeblood of the country has finally…
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Shameless plugging here - let me know if it bothers you ;)
From my blog, I thought this could be useful: what is the portrait of the modern knowledge worker?
I can think of a few traits and characteristics that relate to the desired gifts, skills and attitudes of such a modern day knowledge worker....
There is an event currently underway in Hamilton, Canada that brings together Knowledge practitioners from many different sectors to explore the concept of 'Kstar'. For those of you new to the concept, the following video provides a useful intorduction to the term:
It would be really interesting to…Continue
Added by Andrew Clappison on April 26, 2012 at 3:42pm — No Comments
(re-posting Sarah Cummings's great email about this)
Just wanted to let you know that the first Francophone issue of the KM4D Journal (2011, Vol. 7, Issue 2) is now online at:http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rkmd20/currentContinue
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Go to: http://www.scoop.it/t/wash to subscribe.
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(Graham Durant-Law is the consultant selected to carry out the social network analysis (SNA) of KM4Dev. Graham has difficulty posting on Ning at the moment so I am posting on his behalf. Over to Graham:
"Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Graham Durant-Law and I am an Australian. I…Continue
In a nutshell, the Copernican Principle mentioning there is nothing special about human and/or Earth. Regarding “Copernican Principle” applied to Quantum Physics and/or Science in general, IMHO we have at least three actions to avoid “big mistakes” in addressing the next coming of future science as follow :…Continue
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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 7:12pm — No Comments
'......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