Presentation on theme: "Knowledge Management for Europe and CIS RBEC Environment and Energy Practice Workshop GEF Training and Kyoto Implementation Mechanisms Almaty, September."— Presentation transcript:
Knowledge Management for Europe and CIS RBEC Environment and Energy Practice Workshop GEF Training and Kyoto Implementation Mechanisms Almaty, September 6-9, 2004 Knowledge Management Team Bratislava Regional Centre UNDP, Europe and CIS firstname.lastname@example.org www.undp.sk
Today’s Session Rationale for KM initiative KM and KM cycle KM focus in ECIS Communities of Practice Knowledge Products
Why KM? For UNDP’s capacity development –Better peer networking –Better programming –Better management –Better monitoring & reporting –Professional learning = more efficient & effective UNDP
c r e a t i o n Action reflection notes How to Guides Prospectuses What is KM? a p p l i c a t i o n s h a r i n g Capture lessons Create tools Mobilise partners Use programming guidelines for design and management + validation of knowledge products M & E tools Find expertise, lessons learned, field practices CoP workshops Learning Mailing lists Work spaces MSI
sharing collaboration learning Codify knowledge KM improves and facilitates How to Manage Knowledge? c r e a t i o n a p p l i c a t i o n s h a r i n g
Management Environment & Energy Poverty Reduction Democratic Governance Communities of Practice HQ CO Bratislava (PSPD) CO support Reg. Prog.
Knowledge Products Action Reflection Note: Source of lessons learned How to Guide: Aid for projects/programme design areas where UNDP has experience areas with no prior experience Prospectus: Tool for resource mobilization
Knowledge Products Action Reflection Notes (ARNs)Action Reflection Notes (ARNs) An ARN consists of a one or two-page reflection on an action in a specific programme, project, or activity. It allows programme staff to reflect on the initiative, explain lessons learned from this experience, and share them with colleagues in a standard format. Programming Guidelines – How to GuidesProgramming Guidelines – How to Guides A How-to-Guide is an aid in development of programmes, projects or initiatives. In consists of: Introduction of an issue; Synthesis of methodological and strategic approaches for programming; FAQ for programme design. ProspectusesProspectuses A prospectus is a two-page, single-sheet brochure to be presented to partners and donors that may be interested in contributing to a UNDP initiative. The prospectus promotes the competence of UNDP in a particular thematic area. It builds on success stories and the comparative advantages of the organization to highlight the value it can add. Lessons Learned DatabaseLessons Learned Database Lessons Learned Database contains lessons learned captured in ARNs Notes clustered thematically and easily searchable.
Examples of Knowledge Products Energy and Environment – How to Guides SME – How to Guide on BDS HIV/AIDS – How to Guide on Partnerships on Local Level Justice and HR – ‘Ombudsman’ How to Guides ICTD – Library of ARNs Civic Engagement – ARNs LoGD – How to Guide on Localizing MDGs
Work Space Knowledge Products Action Reflection Notes Lessons Learned database Programming Guidelines Corporate Programme Manual Policy Documents & Primers MSI and Expert Roster Prospectuses
Knowledge Management Team Bratislava Regional Centre UNDP, Europe and CIS email@example.com www.undp.sk