A four step tool for managing the systematic transfer organizational knowledge
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The GROOVE learning network utilized learning journals in a number of ways. In addition to providing an opportunity to reflect on their own, network members used the journals as a group resource to learn about other’s experiences and raise questions for discussion. To support this practice, GROOVE facilitators often...
Peer assists were one way that GROOVE Learning Network members supported each other within the network. Throughout the course of the grant, GROOVE members participated in a number of formalized peer assists to gather feedback on specific issues or questions.
As part of the GROOVE Learning Network, members submitted regular progress reports including program highlights, program progress, participation in learning network activities, and upcoming activities.
This compendium of knowledge solutions is a handy, quick reference guide to tools, methods, and approaches.
This toolkit features a selection of more than 20 methods and tools for knowledge sharing and learning, applicable at personal, team and organizational level.
This toolkit from ODI presents 30 useful tools and techniques that have been used to facilitate improved knowledge and learning in the development and humanitarian sectors.
Communities of Practice and Networks: Reviewing Two Perspectives on Social Learning
RDMA's Standard Reporting Template for Implementing Partners