THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTER
The GDRC Programme on Knowledge MAnagement
So what does management of knowledge entail?
Why is it important? Where do we start?
About

Knowledge
about
Knowledge

Knowledge Management is the systematic leveraging of information and expertise to improve organizational and operational innovation, responsiveness, productivity and competency.

The objective of the GDRC programme on Knowledge Management is to explore the construct of knowledge management within the context of the current explosion of information, and systems that have enabled greater access to the information.

Highlights
of GDRC
Research
GDRC Docs
What is knowledge management? Some definitions
Concept Note Series E-081.
Accessing Information is not Acquiring Knowledge
Viewpoint Series E-082.
User Analysis for Knowledge Management
Policy Analysis Series E-083.
Global Convergence and Local Divergence: Implications of Online Information Explosion
Policy Analysis Series E-084.

Special Features:
     - Learning Systems
     - Collaborative Learning

What is GDRC doing now?
 
Currently, GDRC is focussing on packaging lessons learnt in knowledge management when carrying out GDRC's programmes and initiatives. This is particularly the case when presenting information on GDRC's website, or in preparing publications/resource kits.
Elsewhere
in GDRC
• NGO Cafe: Dealing with the Media
• Other programmes under GDRC's Information Sphere

Knowledge Management

Pedagogy: Learning about Learning [Blog]
GDRC's Capacity Building Policy, an exercise in information management

This programme is a part of:
More information on GDRC's Information sphere
  GDRC's Information Sphere  

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The Knowledge Management programme is part of GDRC's Learning Lab