Sharing Assessments of Knowledge Management Initiatives through the KM Impact Challenge

From May 5-6, CapacityPlus’s Corinne Farrell represented the project at the KM Impact Challenge unConference in Washington, DC. She shared a case study on measuring the success of the HRH Global Resource Center, a digital library of human resources for health information that is a knowledge management (KM) service of CapacityPlus.

HRH Global Resource CenterThe HRH Global Resource Center: Strengthening the global health workforce through KM was designated one of the top case studies in the KM Impact Challenge. USAID’s Knowledge-Driven Microenterprise Development project sponsored the challenge in partnership with the Impact Alliance and KM4Dev.

Farrell presented the case study during the unConference Case Study Exchange as part of a panel for the webinar audience, and served as a discussant in a session on balancing quantitative and qualitative data. Other KM practitioners shared their experiences in assessing knowledge and learning initiatives and applying KM to development projects.

Organizers of the unConference will be following up on ways to continue sharing experiences with evaluating KM initiatives. Through Farrell’s leadership, CapacityPlus will continue to participate in this community.

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