Whoever has attended one of our workshops in the past 12 months or so could notice that there is always more than one person busy documenting the process and results of the meeting. Together with the participants we jointly contribute to some form of reporting about the event – be it in text, photos, images or videos.
Posts Tagged ‘knowledge-sharing’
How much time do you spend everyday collecting information online? Too much? Read this and learn about RSS feeds and personalized websites. Read more
What is at the heart of knowledge management?
Following the tradition of our brown bag lunch menu, we started with an icebreaker, went on with some food for thought followed by a substantial main course.
Brown bag lunches are a wonderful opportunity to learn with and from your colleagues! Read more about the principles and advantages of such an event.
What if we could change the way the United Nations conducts itself? Collectively, we think of the United Nations as one entity, but it is actually composed of three different groups: the UN of Governments, the UN of the Secretariat and the UN of the NGOs, Committees, and experts. These three groups often are confronted with conflicting ideas and power struggles. But what if there was another way? Read more
Are communities of practice really new or is it an ancient concept with a new name that has been practiced by our ancestors. What exactly are the advantages of such a community of practice for nowadays society?
Institutional knowledge does not really lend itself to being captured. It rather transcends through the people of an organization. Institutional knowledge sharing seems to be the key to your colleagues’ expertise. Read more
Graphic Facilitation opens doors on so many levels. Where ever we went and let the pen be king, people turned to us like moths to a flame. By people I mean regular conference-goers with a fatigue for the usual agenda, working groups that got stuck in a topic or simply people with a love for visuals! Read more
Can you even manage knowledge or should we rather put our best foot forward in sharing knowledge? This in one of the questions that moves the KM4Dev community. A video with snippets from the last community gathering gives an impression on the community’s stand on knowledge management/knowledge sharing. Read more