The Knowledge Management Impact Challenge is open

Share your story!  What are the measures that matter for knowledge management?

Many of us are trying to find ways to effectively measure and demonstrate the results of our investments in knowledge and learning. The Knowledge Management Impact Challenge aims to accelerate this discovery process by gathering and exchanging stories of what works and what doesn't. The KM Impact Challenge, sponsored by USAID and conducted in collaboration with KM4Dev, invites you to share your story before January 30, 2011
  • Early Entry Award:  Submit a story by December 31, 2010 to be eligible for a USD $1,000 professional development grant
  • Challenge Awards:  Five case story authors selected from the peer-review process will receive a travel reward to share their experience at the upcoming KM Impact Challenge unConference in Washington, DC
 
All case stories will be featured online. By sharing a story, you can raise the visibility of your work and contribute to a growing global knowledge base of good practice. 
  
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For any questions please contact kmicinfo@kdid.org
 

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