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Knowledge Sharing to enhance lifting UNDP from Good to Great - Lebanon
Transcript of Knowledge Sharing to enhance lifting UNDP from Good to Great - Lebanon
Region- Lifting UNDP performance from
Good to Great
Iyad Abumoghli Knowledge Management(The Basics)
Knowledge Management is not a technology, a solution, or a piece of software, but a business practice or strategy that needs to align with goals of our organization.
Successful knowledge management is all about delivering the right information to the right people at the right time, so that it can be effectively applied.
Knowledge management gives us solutions and insights into problems by providing the tools to make crucial, dynamic, and information-based decisions. Where does knowledge exist? Have you faced these scenarios? Where to share knowledge? Thank you Assets We Have UN Projects? X00,000 Project Staff Thousands of projects hundreds of similar objectives South - South Cooperation
Local to Global Impact UNDP KM Strategy
Output 1: Teamworks Platform
Output 2: Change Management Plan
Output 3: Multi-Agency Sharing
Output 4: KM Group establishment UNDP’s mission is to be widely acknowledged as a world class, knowledge-based development organization which helps developing countries make transformational change and helps channel the strengths of the entire UN development system to that end. In order to lift performance from good to great UNDP will, over the next twelve months, move demonstrably towards:
Focusing on a set of strategic priorities and demonstrating effectiveness in them;
Being an intellectual leader on global development issues, and being able to translate policy to solutions in different country circumstances; and
Strategically planning for and maintaining an increased range of partnerships, and accessing new financial opportunities to achieve greater impact. Urgency??!!
Delivering as One
Do more with little
Stay relevant among DOs In 2010, the Arab region 40,000 active blogs. Nearly 5 million Egyptians, (4 m Tunisians after the revolution) use the social networking site. 17 million people in the region, including journalists, political leaders, political opposition figures, human rights activists, social activists, entertainers, and royalty who are engaging online in Arabic, English, and French. A Google executive said 24 hours of video are being uploaded every minute in the region. Twitter also has a strong following, and the Jordanian micro-blogging site Watwet, with more than 25,000 followers