In the Leaders in Learning series, we sought to address a number of key learning questions related to the value of systematic, intentional and resourced organizational learning and knowledge management to improved development outcomes.
Here's what we covered:
Episode 1:... read more
Episode 6 of Leaders in Learning focuses on how organizations are integrating intentional learning into their day-to-day work. The three leaders contributing to this episode are:
Karen Mokate, Chief of Knowledge Management at the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB)
Clive... read more
The focus of the fifth episode in the Leaders in Learning series is one of the most challenging questions that we routinely face: What is the role of formal and informal leadership in creating a learning organization? This episode builds on previous episodes in connecting... read more
The focus of this episode, our fourth in our Leaders in Learning series, focuses in on something we’ve touched on in previous episodes, particularly episode 2: what aspects of an organization’s culture contribute to its learning capacity?
In this episode, as with previous... read more
The focus of Leaders in Learning episode 3 is on one of the most challenging questions that we as leaders in organizational learning face on a regular basis, namely, what is the role of evidence and data in organizational learning efforts? This is a complex topic, and one... read more
Evidence and experience show that leadership plays a key role in creating and sustaining organizational learning and knowledge management initiatives. So what does it take to be an effective leader in learning?
USAID Learning Lab is launching a new podcast series this... read more
The winners and finalists of the 2017 CLA Case Competition were announced in a webinar on Tuesday, September 12th.
This Guest Editorial for the Food Security Network's Knowledge Management Task Force was written by Stacey Young, Senior Learning Advisor at USAID's Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning. Read her bio here.
USAID is investing agency-wide in systematic, intentional and... read more
Stacey Young, from USAID's Office of Learning, Evaluation and Research, provides detailed information about collaborating, learning and adapting within the Program Cycle. This video places emphasis on the role that implementing partners can play in improving program... read more
A presentation given by Stacey Young (USAID/PPL) at the USAID/EGAT Knowledge Management Fair on February 25, 2008. In this presentation, Young discusses some of the benefits of utilizing a learning network as a tool for development.