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    • ICTs Ideas for Today & Tomorrow.. 21stSep.2013
    • Interactive knowledge sharing mechanisms have always been used - village square debates, professional consultations, meetings, work shops, and conferences – all functioning to enable individuals to share what they know with others in the relevant area of knowledge.
    • WALAMTARI CAPACITY BUILDING STRATEGY Trainings Awareness Sensitization Exposure Institution Building Networking Knowledge management Communicati on strategy Organisation Information
    • WALAMTARI CAPACITY BUILDING TOOLS Lectures Exhibition / Demonstrati on parks E-learning E-library Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)Online TV Online Radio Video conferences Social Media Online Monitoring
    • Institutional Environment
    • WALAMTARI PRIMARY STAKEHOLDERS – WOMEN, FARM ERS, SECONDARY STAKEHOLDERS – WATER SECTOR, LINE DEPARTMENTS TERTIARY STAKEHOLDERS – NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
    • INFORMATION RESPONSE, ACTIONS, B EHAVIOURS MENTAL MODELS WORKING MEMORY LONG TERM MEMORY (TACIT KNOWLEDGE)
    • WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? The systematic process of finding, selecting, organizing, distilling and presenting information in a way that improves an employee's comprehension in a specific area of interest. Knowledge management helps an organization to gain insight and understanding from its own experience. Specific knowledge management activities help focus the organization on acquiring, storing and utilizing knowledge for such things as problem solving, dynamic learning, strategic
    • Learning experiences / intellectual capital Communication processes Information / Documents / Content Mgt. The Knowledge Organisation KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION MISSION STATEMENT CULTURE Employee Experience WALAMTARI
    • CAPACITY BUILDING ACTIVITY RESEARCH FACILITATION / MONITORING
    • KM – Knowledge sharing People guard their information and selectively release it. This tendency to hoard knowledge is a core problem.
    • Knowledge manager Present Help Desk Staff Stakeholders Relevant Knowledge is made available just-in- time Relevant best practice Relevant bibliography reference materials Relevant polices, guidelines, procedures, GO’s Most frequently asked questions Case studies Most frequently made mistakes in the past Relevant sector data Training Material Most knowledgeable gurus on key issues Best analytical tools Past Sea of paper Electronic Knowledge Tacit Knowledge Information is often low quality and hard to find Knowledge Sharing - Model
    • Transforming the way we work Learn to “learn”. Changing the organizational culture. Nurturing knowledge communities. Expanding the concept of team. Recognizing that technology should be adapted to the needs of the learners and the community.
    • Modern - Traditional KM Activities Reports of activities, minutes of meetings, memoranda, proceedings of conferences, and document filing systems maintained by organizations are traditional commonly-used devices for recording content in paper format so that it can be transferred to others.
    • Migrations of people Have been a principal mode of knowledge transfer across continents. Today, a range of technologies from computers to video-conferencing for distance learning offers unprecedented opportunities to disseminate know-how and insights rapidly and cheaply to a worldwide audience.
    • ICT – KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT The unit costs of computers, communications and transactionsare declining towards zero, and electronic transfer is proliferating. Electronic databases, audio and video recordings, interactive tools and multimedia presentations have become available to extend the techniques for capturing and disseminating content.
    • KNOWLEDGE CENTERS Access to information, participation and transparency achieved VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY Educating masses on a larger platform on the appropriate issues BAYESIAN BELIEF NETWORKS A Decision support system E-LEARNING AND MODELING Learning and interactive tools based on practical experiences Knowledge Sharing - Models
    • Audio Visual Cell • Video cameras – Digital recording and expandable memory – With audio input facility – HD quality – Camera stand • Recording studio – Chromakey screens – Lighting – Acoustics – Table, chairs – Background with logo
    • Every course should have a set of videos ONLINE TV http://thewaterchannel.tv
    • Online Radio http://www.spreaker.com/user/saibhaskar Live Broadcasting
    • CloudConference
    • • Wi-fi connectivity • Internet broadband connectivity Internet access • Mobile phones • Tabs / tablets / i-pads • Lap tops • Desktop computers Tabs / Tablets / Pads • Computers • Server • Accessories Knowledge Management Center IT INFRASTRUCTURE
    • THANK YOU...