December 2009 Blog Posts (7)

WEB-BASED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT 2.0 MAP representing a web-based KM 2.0 diagram map from PT Mobee Indonesia as a corporate conducting their KM 2.0 in practice. Needless to say, surely KM is an access mechanism that can be used across any management tool type. So, don't put KM vs SM

Added by Md Santo on December 20, 2009 at 7:05am — No Comments

Accelerated leadership trajectories in communities of practice

[Cross-posted from this post in my main blog.]

This is something that have been in the blogging pipeline for a while, but thanks to the conversations with John Smith I actually finished it :)

A couple of months ago I went through two different, but somewhat parallel experiences. One is from… Continue

Added by Lilia Efimova on December 18, 2009 at 6:30pm — 2 Comments

Promoting bottom-up information flows in international development NGOs

Dear colleagues,

I have been working with IKM Emergent on a process of research and reflection with various international NGOs called How Wide Are the Ripples. The research aims to explore and deepen our understanding of the issues involved in increasing the impact and influence of voices from the grassroots in the policy and decision making of international NGOs. This emerged from a strong shared feeling that participatory processes at the grassroots are often commissioned, paid for… Continue

Added by Hannah Beardon on December 15, 2009 at 12:20pm — 1 Comment

Lancement de la communauté francophone SA-GE sur la gestion et le partage des connaissances pour le développement

Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

Vous travaillez dans le développement et les questions de coopération, partage et gestion des connaissances, apprentissage, communication vous tiennent à cœur ? Vous cherchez des pairs confrontés aux mêmes problèmes que vous, ou qui peuvent vous donner un point de vue utile car proche de vos préoccupations ? Vous cherchez informations, outils, approches et idées sur la gestion et le partage des connaissances pour le développement… Continue

Added by Ewen Le Borgne on December 14, 2009 at 10:02am — No Comments

Disseminating Knowledge for Health on a Micro-Targeted Level

As emerging information and communication technologies (ICTs) diffuse throughout the world, the transference of knowledge, ideas and perspectives has become more seamless, instant and affordable. On the same token, however, the ability to reach the right audiences amidst all the noise is becoming more difficult.

ICTs have democratized publishing, allowing organizations, large and small, to sidestep traditional media outlets and step onto their own digital soapboxes and broadcast… Continue

Added by Chris Rottler on December 9, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

A Twestival for Education

Dear all,

Some of you may have heard of Twestival, a gathering of social media people to collect funds for charity. It is an initiative from the worldwide Twitter community with a commitment of Social Media for Social Change (SM4SC). These events explore the exciting possibilities for change and raise money for charity. Global Twestival was organized for the first time on February 12, and collected 250K US$ to drill wells in Africa & Asia and provide many villages with fresh,… Continue

Added by Christian DE NEEF on December 7, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

Better Knowledge Leads to Improved Family Planning

[Cross-pollinated on the K4Health Blog during the International Family Planning Conference in Kampala, Uganda]

As the International Conference on Family Planning: Research and Best Practices gets underway in Kampala, Uganda, it’s important to remember that to increase family planning (FP) worldwide, information needs to be shared and exchanged among program managers and health service providers working on the front lines.… Continue

Added by Chris Rottler on December 4, 2009 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment

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