Tacit Knowledge in Value Chain Monitoring

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Date Published:
July 31, 2012
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USAID Contribution

In this brief, the GROOVE learning network presents insights on how tacit knowledge of front-line staff is used to improve the results of value chain projects. Please stay tuned for a final version of this draft brief.

About the GROOVE Learning Network

The GROOVE Learning Network is a USAID-Supported initiative of the Knowledge Driven Microenterprise Development project. Since July 2009, four leading development agencies – CARE, CHF, Conservation International and Practical Action – have been implementing organizational change initiatives focused on institututionalizing the value chain approach which their programming. GROOVE emerged in order to enable these organizations to learn from each other, accelerating the rate of change within each individual institution while also generating lessons learned for the broader practitioner and donor community. This series of learning briefs reflects the summary outcomes of one of two shared GROOVE learning areas – monitoring and evaluation and mentoring for staff capacity building.

Filed Under: Lessons Learned, Learning

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