These represent qualities that may be needed in some circumstances and not in others, so don’t look at them as a list of what every facilitator must have, but qualities that we can draw upon as needed. There is no way we could all have every one of these qualities.... [read more]
This network / community design aid is based on a late 2008 FAO Review of experiences with a pilot phase of knowledge sharing network and communities, and on the online community purpose checklist of Nancy White and Community of Practice Planning Worksheet proposed by Lucie Lamoureux. The Review in question... [read more]
From the Improvement & Development Agency (I&DeA) for Local Government in the UK, 2008. Describes ten KM tools and techniques that are designed for use in everyday work to improve the way we find, use, create, manage and share knowledge.
This toolkit has been developed by the ICT-KM Program of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). It is a living knowledge repository about knowledge sharing. We created it to be a... [read more]