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Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
Km In The Water Sector
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Presentation given at the 5th World Water Forum about knowledge management and capacity development for the water sector. …

Presentation given at the 5th World Water Forum about knowledge management and capacity development for the water sector.
Touches upon challenges, definitions, opportunities and some reflections about learning

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    • 1. Knowledge Management (and Capacity Development) for Sustainable Water Management ‘ Knowledge for all - All for knowledge’ Ewen Le Borgne – IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 2. Outline
      • The wider picture: Connectivity in the water sector
      • Knowledge management, learning: What is it all about?
      • Knowledge management and learning in the water sector
      • Water and KM challenges and opportunities
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 3. THE WIDER PICTURE – CONNECTIVITY IN THE WATER SECTOR Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 4. The development paradigm
      • Development is empowerment
      • Sources of empowerment:
        • Economic capital
        • Political capital
        • Social capital
      • Knowledge as a way to expand social capital
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 5. From IC T to I C T
      • Internet and the connectivity revolution
      • Mobile technology: making it
      • happen
      • Web 2.0: from push to pull
      • The new dogma: connect or perish
      • In development: Connectivity for empowerment
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 6. Connectivity in the water sector
      • From working to net working
      • The Information systems’ craze
      • From organisational learning to ‘sector learning’?
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 7. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, LEARNING… WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT? Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 8. Some definitions
      • Information?
      • Knowledge? K=I*ESA(-ish)
      • Learning?
      • Information management?
      • Knowledge management?
      • Find your own definition!
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 9. The facets of knowledge
      • The knowledge cycle
      • Three generations of knowledge management: 1) stock 2) flow 3) co-create
      • From knowledge management to knowledge sharing & learning
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 10. ‘ KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT’ AND LEARNING IN THE WATER SECTOR Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 11. Learning fields in the sector Sector learning, coordination, networks and learning alliances Organisational learning, org. capacity development Skills training, education, exchange visits Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 12. Barriers to learning in the water sector
      • Many fishes in the pond
      • Social exclusion (remember: empower)
      • The research silo
      • Reflect, learn, communicate, coordinate: capacity, capacity, capacity, capacity
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 13. WATER AND KM CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 14. Challenges in the Water sector
      • Scaling up
      • Going beyond urban
      • Supporting decentralisation
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 15. KM challenges in the water sector
      • Connecting actors
      • Translating messages
      • Encouraging:
        • Joint vision
        • Joint action
        • Joint reflection
      • Proving the value of (sector) learning
      • It’s all about doing things together
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 16. Some opportunities
      • A wealth of tools to support
      • learning and sharing
      • Learning alliances: digging for deeper learning
      • Resource centre networks: connecting the dots
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1
    • 17. Other opportunities?
      • What can you share today?
      • Thank you
      Istanbul, 20 March 2009 - session 6.1.1

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