Presentation on theme: "Achieving Lasting Impacts Understanding the shift to more programmatic approaches in CARE."— Presentation transcript:
Achieving Lasting Impacts Understanding the shift to more programmatic approaches in CARE
Learning & Knowledge Sharing What is the Question to which this learning and knowledge strategy responds? How can CARE change faster, more effectively, more consistently, and at a global level? How can we move the program approach through the organization more quickly ?
Learning & Knowledge Sharing Strategy Key Actors for Moving Knowledge From Site to Site Key Learners and Testers of applicability of Knowledge and Practice Knowledge Sharing and Learning Processes Learning Laboratories DRDs Regional PQ Groups Thematic Teams and Networks CUSA global KL and OPM teams Sites of Knowledge Generation LL Satellites Other COs CI members Regions Sectors Partners Investment in staff More strategic mix of learning/knowledge sharing Better incentives to staff Clearly defined learning objectives New Tools and Technologies Learning Culture
What is a Learning Lab Holistic change Investment in staff to for shift Investment in better knowledge products Learning culture of accepting mistakes Capacity to help others learn
What is a Satellite? Learning relationship with learning labs Supported by global resources Engaged in programmatic shift Feed back improvements Knowledge transfer monitored
Learning Laboratories & Satellites Country Office Bangladesh Sri Lanka Georgia Egypt Ethiopia Mali Malawi Region/Sub-Region Latin America and the Caribbean SE Asia (Laos and Vietnam Global Programs Water Sector 3 Signature Programs Satellites Zambia, Mozambique Niger, Ghana Burundi, Uganda Learning Labs Nepal