UNDP’s Knowledge Management Strategy Framework 2014-2017 aims to position UNDP as a thought leader and knowledge broker in the global development debate. The way we develop, capture, share and effectively use knowledge underpins the realization of development outcomes. To this end we focus on four work streams:
- Identifying, capturing, disseminating and applying lessons learned from past projects and initiatives;
- Strengthening knowledge exchange and networking, through corporate social networking and thematic Communities of Practice;
- Fostering openness and public engagement through blogging, public online dialogues, consultations and events;
- Embedding KM into talent management, HR processes, including training.
Examples of our knowledge management work includes corporate social networking platform UN Teamworks and knowledge exchange through public dialogues and online consultations, such as the Rio+20 Online Dialogues, MyWorld 2015, the Post-2015 Consultations and the Online Consultations for the World Humanitarian Summit 2016.