Guide for Building and Strengthening Organizational Knowledge Management Capacity

The Global Health Knowledge Collaborative developed a guide for global health practitioners to start or grow knowledge management programs within their organizations. Topics include a definition of knowledge management; typical objectives, strategies, and activities; ways knowledge management can be structured in organizations; tools and approaches; monitoring and evaluation methods; and recommendations for getting started.

Author

Sarah Burns, Angela Forest, Lani Marquez, Meenakshi Mehra, and Erin Shea

Contributor

Global Health Knowledge Collaborative

Published
June 2021
Resource Types
Report
Keywords
knowledge management
Current Downloads
14

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