SKiM - Capacity Development and Innovation Plans
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Valerio Graziano, Enrico Bonaiuti, Akmal Akramkhanov. (13/11/2019). SKiM - Capacity Development and Innovation Plans.
The Capacity Development and Innovation Plans come as final step of the need assessment and recommendation development process started at “Strengthening Knowledge Management for Greater Development Effectiveness in the Near East, North Africa, Central Asia and Europe” project inception meeting of October 2018 with the Capacity Needs Assessment (CNA), followed by the country writeshops on Capacity Development and Innovation Plans. It is part of a process to identify Knowledge Management (KM)-related gaps in institutions engaged in the initial steps of the project. After evaluating KM assets of the institutions identified, through face-to-face meetings with representatives, online and live surveys, and applying a variety of assessment tools, it was possible to disaggregate the overall need for KM strengthening of the organizations into a great variety of specific needs, often falling into one of three categories: policy, training, technologies. By prioritizing and contextualizing the needs through a participatory approach, it was possible to identify common ground between the assets and gaps of the national realities and the participating institutions, laying out concrete settings from multi-stakeholder KM activities to take place. The participatory approach has also led to the participating institutions have started to realize there are point of contacts between them potentially leading to tackling their own needs through communal efforts in communities.
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