Designing a Knowledge Sharing project across countries and programmes

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From: Gwen Wilkins, posted on 2009/01/29

Good day everyone,

For all you KM experts out there. If you were to design a regional KM / Knowledge sharing project that would have to work across several different countries (in a developing country context), work across several different technical program areas and work with several different organizations with varying levels of capacity - what would be the most essential elements of such a program?

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All replies in full are available in the discussion page. Contributions received with thanks from:

Gwen Wilkins
Jaap Pels
Simone Staiger
Nancy White
Sebastiao Ferreira
Joitske Hulsebosch
Eva Schiffer
Sam Lanfranco
Tony Pryor
James J. Tarrant
Valerie Brown
Ernst Bolliger
Serafin D. Talisayon

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