UNISDR will be interested to find out which existing online platforms/portals for multi-stakeholder engagement and civil society dialogue are successful. Should someone have a good knowledge of what already exists, which models, many thanks to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This knowledge base features innovative and effective practices in democratic and market reform. In 2011, CIPE launched the Leading Practices Contest to recognize good practice among private sector organizations in the field of democratic and market reform. CIPE is sharing this collection of leading practices to promote international benchmarking and the replication of effective ideas.
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International Fund for Agricultural Development, India Country Office had organized workshop on Integration of Gender, Knowledge Management, and Monitoring and Evaluation for enhanced project performance under LEWI Grant on November, 1-4, 2011 at New Delhi. The main objective of the workshop was to enhance project performance and integrate thematic areas i.e. Gender, Knowledge Management with a robust Project Monitoring and evaluation system.
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Got a task to present about Current trends in knowledge management tools and methods. After little search I am starting to build the list:
- Visualisation - Fact: we remember more of what we see visually. We are continuously overloaded with information. Visualisations allow a more efficient knowledge transfer. New tools for visualization are appearing quickly on line (example IBM's Many Eyes) , but also method of graphic facilitation/recording of meetings is…Continue
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Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) is going to organise Knowledge Sharing Workshop on KM4D for BNNRC…
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Conducting the Research Communications and Uptake Survey provided a fascinating insight into the current ‘state of play’ between what people think they know about research communications and uptake, and what they would like to know more of. This survey was conducted during the first two weeks of September 2011 and returned over 100 responses. It would be wonderful if these results were the impetus behind a wider discussion,…Continue
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knowledge is vital for sustaianable and economic growth of the global village. It is used daily to pursue organisational decisions and is also used as reference and in so doing the organisation can be able to forsee the future ahead. Both tacit and explicit knowledge needs to be nurtured and preserved.
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koios.org is to be a collaborative tool for solving complex social problems.
You can read all about the project on the Koios website.
At the moment we are in a brainstorming phase and we would like to hear your ideas. Whats missing on Koios? Any other feedback is also welcome.
Koios project manager
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For a while now I am following what seems to be a trench battle between the so-called “cyber-utopians”, who see social media as the guarantor of a new age of equality, democracy and civil rights, and the critical skeptics who point out that they’ve seen it all before and who see social media as an overstretched hype with no real impact on the real world.
The Arab Spring and the related media coverage regarding the role of social media have surely added a new quality to the…Continue
Added by Johannes Schunter on October 20, 2011 at 3:36pm — No Comments
You will find that there are various types of KM strategies of which emphasise different aspects of knowledge management:
some organisation focuses on the knowledge
some focuses on business processes or areas
some focuses on the codified and others on personalised knowledge management.
while other companies focuses on the end results.
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in organisation knowledge management strategy is the plan that describes how an organisation will manage its knowledge better for the benefit of the organisation and other stakeholder.
it has to address the real needs and issues of the organisation
it should be based on a holistic approach
it should identify key staff groups for example front line staff, administrative and support staff, line managers and IT staff.
It should have a right approache this…Continue
what is your understanding concerning personal knowledge management?
Go direct to the wiki page: http://wiki.km4dev.org/wiki/index.php/Questionnaire_IT_support_for_KM4Dev to help.…
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The Essence of Knowledge Sharing viewed from Human System Biology-based KM (HSBKM) model framework is the interaction among Human Senses – Human Mind – Human Conscience within level of Human Knowledge as well as the interaction among Machine Learning (Technology) – Individual Learning (Process) – Organizational / Collective Learning (People) within level of…Continue
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This Google doc was sstarted as part of developing a KM4Dev journal article about KM strategies (http://su.pr/2VZaFB) - it is far from being complete and getting more out-of-date by the day but there's a wealth of examples still.
In following the KM4Dev 2011 event, one session was about KM strategies and we thought it'd be a good idea to post this resource on NinG - for information and for further contributions.
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With the aim of providing field staff and those working in development with access to some of the best thinking on key issues affecting children, UNICEF's Innocenti Research Centre launches ResearchWatch.
ResearchWatch (RW) will bring some of the best thinkers to be table on children’s research. It does so in a digestible, stimulating and bite-size…
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Hello everyone, my name's David and......
...I trained as an architect, and though I loved the course I never had much love for being an architect. Especially not one with a capital 'A'.
...I came to Taiwan to develop my teaching skills as there are many schools and opportunities, albeit in 'Teaching English'.
...being a techie in the office gave me more contact with others than any other role. Who'd have thought that, eh?
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