Vol 1, No 2 (2005)

Approaches to promote knowledge sharing in international development organisations

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Approaches to promote knowledge sharing in international organisations Details PDF
Allison Hewlitt, Doug Horton, Nathan Russell, Simone Staiger-Rivas, Lucie Lamoureux 2-3


Design of and practical experiences with the Learn@WELL knowledge management module Abstract PDF
Jaap Pels, Frank Odhiambo 4-18
The knowledge sharing approach of the United Nations Development Programme Abstract PDF
Kim Henderson 19-30
Building bridges between local and global knowledge: new ways of working at the World Health Organisation Abstract PDF
Michael Barrett, Bob Fryatt, Geoff Walsham, Somya Joshi 31-46

Case studies

Major meetings as entry points for knowledge sharing: a case from the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research Abstract PDF
Simone Staiger-Rivas, Allison Hewlitt, Doug Horton, Nathan Russell, Gerry Toomey 47-60
A know-who directory for the CGIAR: what do users think? Abstract PDF
Mark Winslow
The Asian Development Bank’s knowledge management framework Abstract PDF
Daan Boom 69-75
A joint donor training approach to knowledge sharing Abstract PDF
Andreas Jensen 76-87


Knowledge management at the African Capacity Building Foundation Abstract PDF
Phineas Kadenge 88-90


Gritty lessons and pearls of wisdom: using oral history interviews to draw deep insights from past action, illuminate heritage and catalyse learning Abstract PDF
Stephanie Colton, Victoria Ward 95-107

Community Notes

Knowledge management Feng Shui: designing knowledge sharing-friendly office space Abstract PDF
Marc Steinlin 108-112


Review of ‘Implementing knowledge strategies: lessons from international development agencies’ Abstract PDF
Steve Song 91-94


Third issue of the KM4D Journal PDF
Peter van Rooij 113-114

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