KM Collection

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    Building Better Programs Through Knowledge Management 3

    In February 2018, K4Health hosted a webinar to introduce the new Knowledge Management Collection.

    On Thursday February 8, 2018, K4Health co-hosted the webinar, “Building Better Programs Through Knowledge Management” with guest presenters from Pathfinder International and Ipas.

    When health program staff and practitioners can manage and share knowledge effectively, they can deliver better results. Yet many projects and programs don’t have systems in place to share critical knowledge and translate lessons learned, which can result in missed opportunities, duplication, and wasted time and money.

    The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project has developed the Knowledge Management Collection, a family of resources designed for global health professionals to help them understand, use, and train others on knowledge management approaches, tools, and techniques. The KM Collection includes practical guides, comprehensive training materials, and a step-by-step framework.

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    In this webinar presentation, Senior Communications Specialist Wycliffe Omanya shares challenges and opportunities in integrating the two departments, communications and knowledge management, within a global health organization.

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    Delivered as part of a webinar in February 2018, Ruwaida Salem, co-author of the "Building Better Programs" guide, introduces K4Health's KM Collection in this slideset. Jarret Cassaniti walks participants through the various features of the Collection's KM Training Package.

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    The Knowledge Management Collection is built on the foundation of the five-step KM Road Map. The Building Better Programs guide offers a detailed look at each of the five steps of the Road Map along with in-depth tasks to complete within each step. (Not sure you're ready to dig in at this level? Try the Knowledge Management Pocket Guide.)

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    The Knowledge Management Collection is a family of resources designed for global health professionals to help them understand, use, and train others on knowledge management approaches, tools, and techniques. All materials in the collection are free to adapt and use. The collection includes: