The World Bank, in partnership with the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation South East Asia (IKI-SEA), is offering two Organizational Knowledge Sharing (OKS) Training Programs for development practitioners in both the public and private sectors. These innovative OKS programs are aimed at building the capacity of World Bank clients and other public sector institutions and private organizations to improve effectiveness and service delivery by more systematically documenting, sharing and using their operational experience
This offering reflects an increasing awareness that knowledge and knowledge sharing are key drivers of development. It is built on the recognition that development solutions can often be found in the experience and knowledge of client and partner institutions themselves, rather than have to come from outside. However, our clients are often not equipped to systematically document and make use of their knowledge and solutions. Capacity gaps in this area can have dramatic impacts on the effective implementation of projects, programs and policies - and on the scaling up of solutions.
Technical Certificate: Organizational Knowledge Sharing Certificate Program 2
Dates: June 5 to 9, 2017
The two training programs are based on the organizational knowledge sharing framework developed by the World Bank and its two pillars:
- Strengthening the enabling environment for knowledge sharing to thrive
- Strengthening technical cross-cutting skills to allow for high-quality knowledge sharing and learning
To learn more about these certificates, please visit the Open Knowledge Certificate website. To secure participation, participants are requested to kindly complete the registration form no later than March 20, 2017. Seating is limited to 25 participants per program.