Knowledge Sharing at the World Bank Vision of the knowledge bank through learning from the outside world … through Economic and Sector Work research evaluation with our clients, partners and outside world … with staff in the organization through products and services … and learning our successes from failures and
เกลียวความรู้ SECI Model Socialization –Thematic Groups (communities of practice) –Indigenous Knowledge Externalization Externalization –Advisory Services (help desk facilities) –Development Forum - B-SPAN –Dissemination (formal/informal learning) Combination Combination –Sector Knowledge Collections (Web) –Debriefing (tacit knowledge download) –Knowledge Manager Internalization Internalization –World Bank Institute SE IC
Knowledge Sharing at the World Bank Communities of practice Organized by sector or across sectors Support core Bank functions Funded by Sector Boards and accountable to them Rely extensively on knowledge partnerships Use a broad range of technology Thematic Groups are the core of the Bank Knowledge Management System. They have developed very fast over the last 5 years. There are now more than 80 Thematic Groups. throughout the Bank.
Knowledge Sharing at the World Bank Organization Task Teams and Thematic Groups Environment AfricaCentral Asia Latin America & Caribbean Middle East and North Africa South Asia Private Sector & Infrastructure East Asian & Pacific Operation Core Services Human Development Poverty Reduction Regions Sectors Thematic Groups Task Teams
http://ayudaurbana.com/index.htm Knowledge and Innovation Client communities of practice
Global Knowledge, Local Adaptation Capturing tacit knowledge
Global Knowledge, Local Adaptation Tapping into client knowledge
http://www.developmentgateway.org Global Knowledge, Local Adaptation Brokering global knowledge
Knowledge and Innovation Development Marketplace http://www.developmentmarketplace.org
Knowledge and Innovation Global Distance Distance Learning Network http://www.gdln.org
http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/B-SPAN/ Knowledge and Innovation Webcasting for development
Concluding Remarks: A shift in development paradigm Within the Bank: Continued emphasis on Knowledge Communities. A new Staff Learning Framework. Cutting edge technology to support knowledge & learning. Within Client Countries: Creating multiple knowledge flows. Empowering through access to knowledge. Developing communities of learners. Building strong knowledge partnerships.