Increasing the effectiveness of international development to more aggressively tackle issues such as economic growth, climate change, and health challenges us to consider new ways to organize, network, and leverage our knowledge. While many believe that more knowledge-driven programmatic approaches are inherently better, most organizations lack the evidence to clearly and compellingly demonstrate the impact of their KM investments. The KM Impact Challenge was designed to initiate a dialogue and process of shared learning. The initial set of activities included an online call to practitioners around the world for short case stories to share their experiences, successes, and challenges in assessing their KM activities. The case stories were put through a transparent peer review process and top case story authors and other KM practitioners participated in an unConference in Washington, DC in May 2011.
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