Knowledge Management Indicator Library

Does your health and development work involve managing and sharing knowledge? Are you responsible for monitoring and evaluating the success of knowledge-sharing efforts? If so, the Knowledge Management (KM) Indicator Library is for you.

The KM Indicator Library contains 77 indicators that have been tailored by GHKC’s Monitoring and Evaluation Task Team to work with the Knowledge Management for Global Health Logic Model. The Library is a companion piece to the popular Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs.

The Library classifies indicators in two ways:

  1. Logic Model Component (Inputs, Processes, Outputs, Initial Outcomes, Intermediate Outcomes), and
  2. Type of Effort (Adaptive Practice, Organizational Partnership, Social Interaction, General Knowledge Management) 

Each indicator record includes the type of data to collect; short and long definitions of the indicator; data requirements, sources, and recommended frequency of collection; purposes; issues and challenges; related indicators; sample topics and questions for data collection instruments; relevant resources; and more.

The KM Indicator Library is housed here on the website of the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative, at http://indicators.globalhealthknowledge.org/. It is free to use and requires no registration or log-in.