Introducing Knowledge Sharing Methods and Tools
Years of experience suggests that learning and innovation may be the key to designing developmental initiatives. Understanding isolated communities; their ability to play with the changing world conditions; their changing needs and the like require continuous learning and sharing at all levels in the development space. From donors and governments to researchers, field workers and community members, all need to learn from each others experiences to make a real dent at poverty. This guide serves provide hands-on practice in the use of KM (Knowledge Management) methods and tools.
It can help missions understand ways to strengthen relationships and networks; generate, capture, and share lessons learned, case studies, and good practices; design and facilitate better meetings and workshops; and stengthen and sustain knowledge sharing.