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Integrating Knowledge Management and Learning in Projects

Integrating Knowledge Management and Learning in Projects | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Posted by Ann T :

"Derived from an interview with Jasper Hatwinda, Rural Finance Project, Zambia


IFAD provided a three-year grant to IFADAFRICA towards integrating knowledge management and learning in IFAD supported projects in Eastern and Southern Africa. Through this grant, projects were brought together and began to explore how to improve project performance and create greater impact for project beneficiaries.

 

After three years, Jasper Hatwinda shares what he has learned and how the Zambia portfolio has benefited from the KM initiatives, what they have achieved, what they are doing differently, and what they would like to do differently when it comes to integrating KM in projects and institutions."     "To have relevant KM initiatives, there is need to start by identifying existing bottlenecks, setting objectives and coming up with an action plan on how to change the situation"
read more: http://ifad-un.blogspot.com/2013/08/integrating-knowledge-management-and.html
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KM used in projects in Africa!

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A few thoughts about country Knowledge Management strategies, by Ian Thorpe

A few thoughts about country Knowledge Management strategies, by Ian Thorpe | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

by Ian Thorpe:

 

"I was recently invited to participate (virtually of course) in a discussion of the UN country team in Mozambique on developing a UN Knowledge Management Strategy/Plan for the country.

They had already done a good bit of preparatory work in looking at how to develop a strategy and how others had done it, and they look to already be on a good path (with I hope more that can be shared soon). I was asked to give a few general pointers and thoughts to help them in their discussions. These are fairly generic so I’m also sharing an abbreviated version of them here in case they are of use to anyone else. There are many other sources of good information on developing KM strategies in general so these are just a few specific thoughts on doing this in a country context"

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Tips on KM for a country, in this case Mozambique. Interesting!

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