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Knowledge Management Learning from Experience. HIV AIDS Focal Point Meeting Kiev, 19 th -22 nd May, 2004. Andrea Cuzyova Knowledge Management Officer PSPD, Bratislava Regional Centre UNDP - Europe and CIS andrea.cuzyova@undp.org. Session 1. 2 . KM Component. Why are we meeting?

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knowledge management learning from experience

Knowledge Management Learning from Experience

HIV AIDS Focal Point Meeting Kiev, 19th-22nd May, 2004

Andrea Cuzyova

Knowledge Management Officer

PSPD, Bratislava Regional CentreUNDP - Europe and CISandrea.cuzyova@undp.org

session 1 2 km component
Session 1.2. KM Component
  • Why are we meeting?
  • Global UNDP KM
  • KM Strategy in ECIS
    • CoPs
    • KM Product
  • Today’s Sessions - KM perspective
why are we me e ting
Why are we meeting?
  • Share experiences and lessons
  • Format/tools for capture of experience
  • Divide labour
  • Collaborate
global undp km
Global UNDP KM
  • KM at the core of new UNDP
  • Building, sharing, applying knowledge
  • Knowledge Roadmap
    • Develop Communities of Practice (CoPs)
    • Knowledge Products as project/programme tools
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Knowledge Management Cycle

KnowledgeBuilding

KnowledgeApplication

Knowledge is

applied in programmes

  • Capture, codify, create new knowledge
  • Publish lessons learned and toolkits.

Knowledge

Application

Knowledge

Generation

We already do this

Need to systematise

Knowledge

Sharing

Knowledge Sharing

Through workshops and virtual venues

km strategy in ecis
KM Strategy in ECIS
  • CoPs
    • Peers to exchange
    • Develop knowledge tools together
    • Learning
  • Knowledge Products
    • Prioritize
    • Develop
    • Apply to programming needs
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Reflections and Lessons Learned from your project/intervention (out of your presentations)

Action Reflection

Action Reflection

Action Reflection

How to go about those?

Knowledge Products

Lessons Learned

Primer/How to Guides

Prospectus

today s sessions km perspective
Today’s Sessions - KM perspective
  • Learning from Experience
  • Presentations on project/programme experience (Inclusion, Cap.Dvl., Communication&Advocacy)
  • Working Groups on Lessons Learned (experience) and Knowledge Gaps (learning needs)
    • Identification
    • Prioritization
    • Form of capturing – KM Product if any
    • Process for preparation
    • Collaboration
  • Identification of useful knowledge product for capture of lessons learned and experience
action reflections note
Action Reflections Note
  • ARNs are
    • One-page reflections on a field activity
    • Project Specific
    • Extracting lessons learned
    • Will feed into programming tools
  • Template
    • Very brief description
    • What was the objective?
    • What actually happened?
    • Why did it happen this way?
lessons learned note
Lessons Learned Note
  • LLNs are
    • Two-page generic lessons from several ARNs
    • Issue Specific
    • Will feed into programming tools
  • Template
    • Brief description of issues
    • Relevant context
    • Lessons applicable to that context
how to guide
How-to-Guide
  • How-to-Guide is
  • 10-page aide for project/programme design
  • Two parts: Primer (methodological approaches), FAQs
  • Template
  • Introduction of an issue
  • Synthesis of methodological and strategic approaches for programme design
  • FAQs for programme design
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Andrea CuzyovaKnowledge Management Officer

PSPD, Bratislava Regional CentreUNDP - Europe and CISandrea.cuzyova@undp.orgwww.undp.sk

www.ecissurf.org