6Knowledge Sharing at the World Bank Vision of the knowledge bank through learning from the outside world…through Economic and Sector Work research evaluationwith our clients, partners and outside world…with staff in the organizationthrough products and services…and learning our successes from failures and
7เกลียวความรู้ SECI Model SocializationThematic Groups (communities of practice)Indigenous KnowledgeExternalizationAdvisory Services (help desk facilities)Development Forum - B-SPANDissemination (formal/informal learning)CombinationSector Knowledge Collections (Web)Debriefing (tacit knowledge download)Knowledge ManagerInternalizationWorld Bank InstituteSEIC
9Knowledge Sharing at the World Bank Communities of practice Organized by sector or across sectorsSupport core Bank functionsFunded by Sector Boards and accountable to themRely extensively on knowledge partnershipsUse a broad range of technologyThematic 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.
10Knowledge Sharing at the World Bank Organization Task Teams and Thematic GroupsEnvironmentAfricaCentral AsiaLatin America & CaribbeanMiddle East and North AfricaSouth AsiaPrivate Sector & InfrastructureEast Asian & PacificOperation Core ServicesHuman DevelopmentPoverty ReductionRegionsSectorsThematic GroupsTask Teams
11Knowledge and Innovation Client communities of practice
13Global Knowledge, Local Adaptation Capturing tacit knowledge
14Global Knowledge, Local Adaptation Tapping into client knowledge
15Global Knowledge, Local Adaptation Brokering global knowledge
16Knowledge and Innovation Development Marketplace
17Knowledge and Innovation Global Distance Distance Learning Network
18Knowledge and Innovation Webcasting for development
19Concluding 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.