GHKC Products

GHKC Guidelines for Recognition

Author: GHKC

Date published: 2012

Summary: This document provides guidelines for acknowledgement of partners who produce GHKC products and other deliverables.

Applying KM Techniques to Promote Learning: the Uganda National Quality Improvement Conference (KM Case Study)

Author: Robert Kyeyagalire

Publication date: 2012

Summary: KM practitioners have a lot to share – and a lot to learn from each other. The GHKC has developed a series of case studies informed by real life experiences implementing KM activities within health and development organizations. These case studies highlight strategies, challenges, successes, lessons learned, and recommendations for others.

Health Care Providers Gain Access to Up-To-Date Guidelines (KM Case Study)

Author: Cornelia Lee

Publication date: 2012

Summary: KM practitioners have a lot to share – and a lot to learn from each other. The GHKC has developed a series of case studies informed by real life experiences implementing KM activities within health and development organizations. These case studies highlight strategies, challenges, successes, lessons learned, and recommendations for others.

The New Partners Initiative Timesheet Module: E-Learning to Support Knowledge Management (KM Case Study)

Author: Caitlin Corcoran

Publication date: 2012

Summary: KM practitioners have a lot to share – and a lot to learn from each other. The GHKC has developed a series of case studies informed by real life experiences implementing KM activities within health and development organizations. These case studies highlight strategies, challenges, successes, lessons learned, and recommendations for others.

Using Knowledge Management to Improve the Performance of Global Fund Recipients: The Grants Management Solutions Project (KM Case Study)

Author: Liz McLean

Publication date: 2012

Summary: KM practitioners have a lot to share – and a lot to learn from each other. The GHKC has developed a series of case studies informed by real life experiences implementing KM activities within health and development organizations. These case studies highlight strategies, challenges, successes, lessons learned, and recommendations for others.

KM for Health and Development Toolkit

Author: GHKC

Publication date: 2011 (updated regularly)

Summary: The GHKC developed the Knowledge Management for Health and Development Toolkit to provide practical KM resources and tools for those working in international public health and development. More than 15 organizations helped develop the toolkit, which originally launched in 2011. It is maintained regularly, in order to include the most current resources and tools of use to KM practitioners.

Business Case for Justifying KM to the CEO - Thirty-Second Elevator Speech

Author: GHKC

Publication date: 2011

Summary: This elevator speech includes a series of points and arguments that could be included in a short informal discussion about the importance and value of knowledge management (KM). Identify which arguments will resonate the most with your audience and use them to generate interest in what KM has to offer. The points include:

Matrix for 30-second KM Elevator Speech

Author: GHKC

Publication date: 2011

Summary: The GHKC developed this matrix for use along with the KM Elevator Speech. The matrix can be used to quickly reference key components from the speech that can help you persuade a range of different audiences that KM is worth the investment. The matrix presents arguments by audience. Audiences include CEOs, CFOs, president, board member, project director and COTR (acronym for a USAID project manager).

GHKC Operating Guidelines

Author: GHKC

Publication date: 2012

Summary: This document articulates the purpose, functions, processes, roles, and responsibilities of the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative.

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