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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Icebreaker: Nicknames


    Icebreakers are a common way to kick off training events or meetings, especially when not all participants know each other. They are a fun way for participants to get to know one another and to foster team building. In this short icebreaker, particpants a ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Introduction: KM Videos


    We have included two videos that you can use in the training session to provide participants an overview of what KM is and how it can be used to improve health programs, and ultimately help improve and save people’s lives. Feel free to use one or both of ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: Understanding KM Practices


    The Introduction to KM training module includes two main exercises to help participants think practically about how they use or can use KM in their global health programs. This first exercise is intended to be conducted after the initial presentation that ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: How Can KM Help Your Program?


    The Introduction to KM training module includes two main exercises to help participants think practically about how they use or can use KM in their global health programs. This is the second key exercise, intended to be conducted at the end of the Introdu ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: Needs Assessment Questions and Methods


    This activity allows participants to analyze the current knowledge sharing and management situation that their key audience is facing, discuss what they already know about the situation versus what they do not know, and specify appropriate methods to coll ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Icebreaker: Imagining the Future


    Icebreakers are a common way to kick off training events or meetings, especially when not all participants know each other. They are a fun way for participants to get to know one another and to foster team building. This icebreaker has been adapted from a ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: Unpacking the KM Tools and Techniques Matrix


    The purpose of this exercise is to help participants get more familiar with the four quadrants of the KM Tools and Techniques Matrix (Ask, Tell, Publish, and Search approaches in KM), and with some specific KM tools and techniques that fall under each qua ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: Developing Usability Testing Scenarios and Tasks


    The purpose of this exercise is to help participants understand how to develop good usability testing scenarios and tasks. Exercise: Developing Usability Testing Scenarios and Tasks Exercise: Developing Usability Testing Scenarios and Tasks (French) Exerc ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: Selecting Indicators to Monitor KM Tools and Techniques


    The purpose of this exercise is to help participants think through selecting meaningful indicators to measure KM Tools and Techniques. The objectives are: To understand which indicators will help measure the reach, engagement, and usefulness of different ...

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    Posted on: November 15, 2017 - Exercises

    Exercise: Synthesizing Quantitative Data


    Program or activity evaluations may draw on quantitative and/or qualitative data. Quantitative data measure phenomena in numerical form, providing essential information for measuring results, while qualitative data that describe phenomena in a non-numeric ...

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