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Assemble Initiative
Consider Operating Environment
Select Instruments
Select and Sequence Activities
Design the Activities
Where we are!
Where we want to be!
...We were here!
...and we are here now!!!
Key Takeaways
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
INSTRUMENTS

Achieve the desired capacity outcome
Used alone or in combination
Distinct strengths and limitations
Choice affected by several factors
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE

ACTIVITIES

Building blocks for KE instruments
Contribute to desired capacity outcomes
Distinct strengths and limitations


Keep in Mind
Must be sequenced for planning, delivery and follow-up phase of KE
Choice affected by several factors
the journey...
eg: type of learning, participant profile, resources and operating environment
Examples: desired capacity outcome, project phase, participant profile, duration, resources and logistics
Introductory
Session
Learn how to use the bridge model
Learn how to use the KE instruments
Explore KE activities
Closing Session
for a successful knowledge exchange
a vehicle for knowledge exchange
the building blocks of KE instruments
1
2
3
10 mins
35 mins
55 mins (break included)
45 mins
15 mins
Tanzania's Capacity Outcomes!
Enhance Knowledge & Skills
Improve Consensus & Teamwork
New Implementation Know-How
Better understanding of the constraints faced by the sector
Skills to develop effective policies for the sector
Reach agreement on a blueprint for sector reforms
Dairy Board staff implements pilot reforms through a Rapid Results Approach
Development of a draft for new policies based on the Indian Model
Blueprint is made available to the public
An official report documents the implementation of the Rapid Results Approach
Capacity Outcome
Specific Outcome
Indicators
Placeholder Shobha`s
soup
Small Group Conversation!


Art of KE Planning Guide
WBI'S Capacity Development Results Framework (CDRF)

Time: tba

In smalls teams,

Select up to 3 of the 7 instruments for a knowledge exchange between Tanzania and India

In 60 seconds or less, tell us what instruments you selected and why
Group exercise!


Steps 1 and 2 ...

In small groups / Time: tba

Take 5 minutes to review the Activities in the workbook; ask any clarifying questions.

Put yourselves in Michael's shoes, have a table conversation, and share with the large group what KE activities would you select for the assigned KE instrument.
Quick Review!
Time: TBA

Small Group
Partner with the colleague next to you
Take 2 minutes each to share your experience with Knowledge Exchange-what works well, what are the challenges you face

Report back
In 60 seconds share two key highlights of your conversation
WORKSHOP's FOUNDATION
Agenda!


1. Situates the KE within the

DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT

2. Addresses major
CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS

3. Ensures it is
DEMAND DRIVEN

4. Targets

CHANGE AGENTS

5. Focuses on concrete

OUTCOMES / RESULTS


6. Facilitates selection of
APPROPRIATE INSTRUMENTS
& ACTIVITIES.
The Capacity Development Results Framework (CDRF):
I want your feedback!
Quick Check in
Questions or clarifications?
A Collective Discussion
DESIGN
Select Participants
Confirm Capacity Outcomes
Assemble the initiative
Plan for Results Measurements
The
Knowledge Exchange Bridge Model
Let's look at how a successful knowledge exchange gets designed!
In small groups, discuss:
1. lessons learned and "not yet learned" in knowledge exchange
2. emerging issues, trends, tools in knowledge exchange

Plenary Debrief and Reflections
Must do's, tips, techniques for successful knowledge exchange
Knowledge Exchange

&
1.Select Participants
2.Confirm capacity outcomes
3. Plan for Results
4. Assemble the KE Initiative
Reflections
& Feedback
Let's look back at my
Journey!
One thing that surprised you?

One thing that you plan to do as a result of this workshop?


Knowledge now flows....

"From entrepreneurs in Delhi to citizens in rural Mexico to civil society in Lagos to policy makers in Sarajevo" Dr. Jim Yong Kim
Convening, Connecting, Brokering
WB/IMF Board of Governors, 2012 Annual Meeting, Tokio, Japan
Dr. Jim Yong Kim
Thank you!
Asante sana!
dhan'yavāda!
Instruments = dishes in a meal
Capacity Outcomes
Michael's Journal
Michael's Journal
Michael's Journal
Michael's Journal
Michael's Journal
Michael's Journal
Michael's Journal
ACTIVITIES = Ingredients of a dish
Time: TBA

In small teams,

Select up to 3 instruments for a knowledge Exchange between Tanzania and India

In 60 seconds or less, tell us what instrument(s) you selected and why
+
Peer Assist Sessions
Lightning Talks
SWOT Analysis
Buzz Sessions
Focus Groups
Fishbowl
Interview
Poster Session
Knowledge Café
Secondments
KNOWLEDGE/ SHARE/ & FAIL FAIRS

COMPETITIONS

WORKSHOPS
+
+
Buzz Sessions
Field Visit
Fishbowl
Focus Group
Interview
Knowledge Café
Lightning Talks
Peer Assist
Poster Session
Secondments
SWOT Analysis
Cluster 1
-Competitions
-Knowledge Fairs
-Study Tours

-Expert Visits
-Twinnings
-Workshops
Cluster 2
-Communities of Practice (CoP)
-Conferences
-Dialogues
-Peer Consultations
Cluster 3
-Expert Visits
-Twinnings
-Brainstorming
-e-Discussion
-Field Visit
-Focus Group
-Interview
-Peer Assist
-Survey
-SWOT Analysis
Cluster 1
Cluster 2
-Action Planning
-Buzz Session
-Demonstration
-Field Visit
-Fishbowl
-Group Discussion
-Lightning Talks
-Panel of Experts
-Peer Assist
-Poster Session
-Presentation
-Role Play
-Secondment
-Simulation Exercise
Cluster 3
-e-Discussions
-Focus Group
-Interview
-Poster Sessions
-Presentation
-Secondment
-Survey
Phase
QUICK FEEDBACK:
Raised Awareness
Capacity
Outcomes
Improved Consensus & Teamwork
Enhanced Networks
Increased Implementation Know-how
Capacity
Outcomes
Raised Awareness
Enhanced Knowledge & Skills
Enhanced Knowledge & Skills
Strengthened Coalitions
Enhanced Implementation
Know-how
Enhanced Networks
Strengthened Coalitions
Improved Consensus & Teamwork
Capacity
Outcomes
Raised Awareness
Enhanced Knowledge & Skills
Improved Consensus & Teamwork
Enhanced Networks
Increased Implementation
Know-how
Strengthened Coalitions
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
INSTRUMENTS
Can be used to achieve multiple capacity outcomes based on the project phase
Used alone or in combination
Planning & Preparation
Delivery
Follow-up
Phase
Planning & Preparation
Follow-up
Delivery
Phase
Delivery
Follow-up
Planning & Preparation
In small groups / Time: tba


Take 5 minutes to review the instruments in the workbook; ask any clarifying questions.

Put yourselves in Michael's shoes, have a quick table conversation, and tell us what KE instruments would you select and why.
Group Work!
Group Work
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
INSTRUMENTS
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
ACTIVITIES
not a lock
but a GPS...
In addition to the instruments and activities that you have reviewed in this workshop,
are there any other instruments and activities that you have found useful in your work?
Most often
Some times
Most often
Sometimes
Use
Instrument Introduction time-point
INSTRUMENTS
Outcome A
Outcome B
Outcome C
Planning
Delivery
Follow-up
Outcome D
Outcome E
Use
Help you achieve multiple capacity outcomes based on project phase
Can be grouped based on target audience, duration or project cycle
Can be used alone or in combination
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
TIMELINE
ACTIVITIES
Art of Knowledge Exchange
INTRODUCTORY Session
1.

Learn how to use the bridge model
2.

Learn how to use the instruments
3.

Explore KE activities
CLOSING Session
For a successful KE
A vehicle for KE
"Building blocks" of Instruments
4.
Knowledge Exchange in Action
A Collective Discussion
1. Appreciation
2. Connection
3. Adaptation

Horizontal Learning Program
Initiated by the Government of Bangladesh

Three Principles
Process
Identify
Learn
Prioritize
Replicate
Monitor

http://www.horizontallearning.net
A Collective Discussion!
Steps 1 & 2 - Planning and Preparation

a) What approaches have you found most effective? b)What are the top three challenges?

Steps 3 & 4 - Design and Implementation

a) What approaches have you found most effective? b)What are the top three challenges?

Step 5 - Results and follow up

a) How do you measure success? b) What measurable indicators are you using? c) What are the top three challenges?
A Collective Discussion!
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