Course: Developing and Implementing an Effective Knowledge Management Strategy (KMCourse)

Venue: Nairobi

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Event Date/Time: Sep 21, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 25, 2009
Registration Date: Sep 21, 2009
Early Registration Date: Sep 21, 2009
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Description

Developing and Implementing an Effective Knowledge Management Strategy
21-25 September 2009, Nairobi

An organization’s knowledge is one of its most important assets. One of the biggest challenges within an organization is how to manage, document, use, and share the knowledge that employees have. Institutional knowledge is frequently used ineffectively, misplaced, or lost. As a result, organizations lose time and productivity, and use additional resources to retrieve, reuse, and regenerate knowledge and information. An effective knowledge management strategy will enable an organization to generate, codify, store, use, reuse, share, and disseminate knowledge inside and outside of the organization This will lead to improved performance, time and resource management. Carrying out a knowledge management strategy will also enable staff to share best practices and lessons learned resulting in improved programs and services.

The purpose of this one-week course is to build the capacity of non-profit organizations in knowledge management by equipping participants with the knowledge, information, and skills to develop and carry out an effective knowledge management strategy.
Course Focus
· The Concept and Principles of Knowledge Management
· Conducting a Knowledge Audit
· Identifying Knowledge Gaps and Barriers
· Improving Research and Knowledge Generation
· Systems for Capturing Tacit Knowledge for Documentation
· Systems for Codifying, Storing, and Retrieving Knowledge
· Using Communities of Practice
· Documenting and Sharing Best Practices and Lessons Learned
· Information Dissemination in a Global Environment
· Defining KM Roles and Responsibilities
· Aligning Knowledge Management to a Strategic Plan
· Measuring the Impact of Knowledge Management Activities.
Course Benefits
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

· Discuss the organizational benefits of knowledge management;
· Carry out a knowledge audit
· Develop systems to share best-practices between staff
· Develop systems for codifying, storing, and sharing knowledge
· Design, develop, and implement a cost-effective knowledge management strategy;
· Measure a knowledge management strategy for impact.
Audience
This course is designed for senior and middle-level personnel of non-profit organizations; including civil society organizations, donor agencies, foundations, and international development agencies.

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Additional Information

The Course fee is 1,000 USD. For registration form please email courses@cafs.org

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