Knowledge Management and Development

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Knowledge Management
and Development
‘Knowledge for all -All for knowledge’
Ewen Le Borgne –IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
Outline
•The wider picture: development, technology and
the water sector
•Knowledge management, learning: What is it all
about?
•Knowledge management and learning in the
water sector
•KM challenges and opportunities
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
THE WIDER PICTURE –
DEVELOPMENT,
TECHNOLOGY AND THE
WATER SECTOR
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
The development
paradigm
•Development is empowerment
•Sources of empowerment
•Knowledge and social capital
•Expanding social capital
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
From ICTto ICT
•Internet and the connectivity revolution
•Mobile technology: making it
happen
•Web 2.0: from push to pull
•The new dogma: connect or perish
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
Connectivity
in the water sector
•From working to networking
•The Information systems’craze
•From organisational learning to ‘sector
learning’?
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT,
LEARNING…
WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT?
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
Some definitions
•Knowledge? K=I*ESA(-ish)
•Information?
•Learning?
•Information management?
•Knowledge management?
•Find your own definition!
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
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
‘KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT’
AND LEARNING
IN THE WATER SECTOR
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
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
Barriers to learning
in the 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
KM CHALLENGES
AND
OPPORTUNITIES
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
Challenges in the
WASH sector
•Scaling up
•Going beyond urban
•Supporting decentralisation
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
KM challenges
in the water sector
•Connecting actors
•Translating messages
•Encouraging:
–Joint vision
–Joint action
–Joint reflection
•Proving the value of (sector) learning
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1
Some opportunities
•Learning alliances: digging for deeper
learning
•Resource centre networks: connecting the
dots
•A wealth of tools to support
learning and sharing
Istanbul, 20 March 2009 -session 6.1.1