Vol 1, No 2 (2005)

Approaches to promote knowledge sharing in international development organisations

Table of Contents

Editorial

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

Papers

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

Interviews

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

Stories

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

Reviews

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

Announcements

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

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