• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Overall km4 dev aa et presentation
 

Overall km4 dev aa et presentation

on

  • 1,244 views

Presentation introducing the local KM4Dev network for Addis Ababa and Ethiopia.

Presentation introducing the local KM4Dev network for Addis Ababa and Ethiopia.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,244
Views on SlideShare
1,108
Embed Views
136

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
6
Comments
0

3 Embeds 136

http://foodsecuritysm.wordpress.com 126
https://twitter.com 9
http://www.linkedin.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Overall km4 dev aa et presentation Overall km4 dev aa et presentation Presentation Transcript

    • KM4Dev Addis / Ethiopia Who are we? What do/did we do? How can we all make this more useful?
    • What is KM4Dev? • Knowledge Management for Development (KM4Dev) is a community of international development practitioners who are interested in knowledge management and knowledge sharing issues and approaches. Our main communication forum is the KM4dev Dgroup. • To join the discussion, send a blank email to: join.km4dev-l@dgroups.org
    • KM4Dev engagement channels • Mailing list: http://next.dgroups.org/groups/km4dev-l • Ning page: www.km4dev.org • Wiki: http://wiki.km4dev.org/Main_Page • Face-to-face events • Other channels (unofficial): Twitter account, LinkedIn page, Facebook page… • Local groups • And a journal!
    • A mailing list: http://next.dgroups.org/groups/km4dev-l
    • A Wiki: http://wiki.km4dev.org/Main_Page
    • A Ning page: www.km4dev.org
    • Face-to-face events
    • • Other channels (unofficial): LinkedIn page, Facebook page • And more ‘regional/national/city’ groups: – Africa – Burkina Faso, India, Brazil – Rome, The Hague, Washington etc. – Including of course our Addis Ababa/Ethiopia group!
    • Our group Our rationale • Our vision: KM as development and economic driving force for Ethiopia; • Value expected from this network: better capacity, motivation, shared knowledge, attracting more people to KM; – Having a group of peers: establish a professional association for KM4Dev; creating links and networking with other orgs that work on KM; bring together more KM experts; a professional network and individual contacts; face-to-face meetings; – Capacity development: create capacities to build our own capacity on KM (e.g. use of social media); come up with e-learning facility on specific tools and approaches etc.; Short trainings; – Knowledge sharing on ideas, tools and approaches: Sharing experiences and innovate ideas; knowledge sharing with other countries from the global KM4Dev community; sharing and learning platform on KM4Dev tools and approaches; share and have a practical experience on social media tools; – Reach out a wider audience and engage local institutions in KM work; – Conceptualizing KM for development; – Convincing about KM for development: motivate knowledge sharing; offer a platform for advocacy on KM; • • Activities expected: mentoring, communicating, short trainings, socializing, meetings. Products expected: publications, websites, e-learning; discussion forum.
    • Our engagement channels • Our Ning page: – To announce events (RSVP) – To document them • Our Facebook page – To discuss/converse online • Our quarterly get-togethers – To bring the group together and build it – To present little projects and ideas • Side group work?
    • Ning: http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4devaddis-ababa-ethiopia
    • Ning events
    • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/km4devaddiset/
    • What’ve we done so far: 1st gathering • Explore and find our rationale • Agree on our engagement and communication platforms • Agree on our meeting routine • Develop an agenda for the first real meeting • Notes available on http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4dev-addisababa-ethiopia/forum/topics/notes-from-thefirst-get-together-26-january-2012
    • What’ve we done so far: 2nd gathering • • • • • Discussion on ‘What is knowledge management’? Mapping of ICT/KM project Introducing social media Prepare the next agenda (later) Agree on 2-h parallel sessions • Notes available on: http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4dev-addisababa-ethiopia/forum/topics/notes-from-thesecond-get-together-27-april-2012
    • What’ve we done so far: 3rd gathering • Follow up on ICT/KM project mapping: idea to invite other projects – more to discuss this time • Case study: IFPRI’s knowledge management/communication work & very interesting Q&A • Review of the meeting (good KM practice) • Notes available on: http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4dev-addisababa-ethiopia/forum/topics/notes-from-thethird-get-together-28-june-2012
    • What’ve we done so far: 4th gathering • Two sessions of two sub-sessions: – Session 1 1. 2. Peer assist on setting up an information system on climate change adaptation in Ethiopia for the AAP An awareness-raising session about blogs & blogging – Session 2 1. 2. A focused conversation about ‘how to engage with farmers?’ KM case study: ‘KM at GIZ’ – Feedback about sessions, reflections etc. • Notes available on: http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4dev-addis-ababaethiopia/forum/topics/notes-from-the-fourth-gettogether-21-september-2012
    • What’ve we done so far: 5th gathering • Session 1 – Peer assist on setting up an information system on climate change adaptation in Ethiopia for the AAP • Session 2 – A focused conversation about ‘KM and communication’ • Feedback about sessions, reflections etc. • Notes available on: http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4dev-addisababa-ethiopia/forum/topics/notes-from-thefifth-get-together-14-december-2012
    • What’ve we done so far: African KM4Dev Community Week • One month of exchange among Africa-focused KM4Dev members, hosted by our group • Finding out what works for them, what’s missing • One week of intense interaction and one 3-hour synchronous event • Great exchange and the conversation goes on! • Notes available on: http://wiki.km4dev.org/African_KM4Dev_Commu nity_Week
    • What’ve we done so far: 6th gathering • • • • • Marketplace of ideas / free networking KM at IPMS/LIVES (ILRI project) Feedback about the African KM4Dev Community week A focused conversation about ‘KM and communication’ Feedback about sessions, reflections etc. • Notes available on: http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4dev-addis-ababaethiopia/forum/topics/notes-from-the-fifth-gettogether-14-december-2012
    • What’ve we done so far: 7th gathering • Marketplace of ideas / free networking • A focused conversation about ‘KM maturity model’ • A peer assist case: How to get the Ethiopian Agricultural Portal to take off? • Feedback about sessions, reflections etc. • Notes available on: http://www.km4dev.org/events/ethiopia7
    • What’ve we done so far: 8th gathering • Meeting each other • A presentation about KM/Comms at ILRI • A presentation about Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP)’s KM strategy • A peer assist case: How to address the PSNP’s KM challenges? • Reflections and planning next gathering etc. • Notes available at: http://www.km4dev.org/xn/detail/2672907:Topic:7435 4?xg_source=activity
    • What’ve we done so far: 9th gathering • Meeting each other and brainstorming potential conversation topics • A presentation about KM experiences from the private sector – KM in event management • A peer assist case: Developing a KM audit for EIAR? • Reflections and planning next gathering etc. • Notes available at:
    • How can we make this more useful? • Join the group (on Ning and Facebook) ;) • RSVP upcoming events • Share – Share what we discuss (in your organisation and networks) – Invite people to join our group • Engage – Converse online (Facebook) – Work in small groups – Connect • With other networks • With KM4Dev globally?