Nairobi. Knowledge. City

Knowledge for Development Meeting and KM Essentials Meeting 25-27 February 2020

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Knowledge for Development Partnership Meeting

FOCUS: Institutionalising Knowledge Management in Kenya
Participation is free, but subject to registration.

Knowledge for Development Meeting convenes the K4DP community, knowledge specialists and workers, pioneers as well as passionate followers and upcoming experts, committed to advancing knowledge management, knowledge societies in Africa. It creates awareness on how knowledge impacts all development activities and how it can be managed. It fosters dialogue within the multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder community and provides a platform to co-create ideas and solutions to urgent and anticipated challenges.

 

Afternoon Programme: 25/02/2020

 14:00      Opening ceremony and keynote speakers

Vice Chancellor, KCA University

Principal Secretary, State Department of Devolution

Institutionalising Knowledge Management in Kenya

Jeremiah Nyaberi, Ministry of Devolution

Joseph Mbugua, KenGen PLC

Dr.  Gichuru, KCA University

The Agenda Knowledge for Development in Kenya – next steps

Dr. Andreas Brandner, Wambui Wanjiku, K4DP

Moderation:  Dr. Rose Gathii, KCA University

 

15.30        World Café: Advancing a knowledge management in Kenya:

The world café is a space where all participants can equally contribute their knowledge and experience, vision and passion, ideas and call for action.
As a knowledge partnership we build on the active contribution of all, reflecting the current situation, envision the future and co-creating an agenda to move forward.

This world café is dedicated to co-creating and advancing knowledge societies in Kenya, building partnerships, initiating projects and starting real action.

Moderation: Dr. Rotich, KCA University, Wambui Wanjiku, Knowledge City, Joseph Mbugua, KenGen

16:30            Tea Beak

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26-27 February 2020

Knowledge Management Essentials

The Knowledge Management Essentials Training Course provides the big picture of Knowledge, Innovation & Learning Management and gives a solid introduction to the key concepts, successful practices and essential instruments. Participants learn how to assess KM practices systematically, develop a KM strategy and implement them step-by-step including a successful KM Awareness programme.
Different KM training elements, exercises and discussions that aim to allow participants to co-create knowledge are key elements of this fundamental KM Training course.

 

 Topics:

  • Creating competitive advantages through knowledge leadership
  • Designing and implementing Knowledge Management strategies in the organisation
  • Leading knowledge workers and creating a knowledge-sharing culture
  • Facilitating knowledge networks and communities of practice
  • Implementing integrated knowledge portals for information, communication and collaboration
  • Learning from pioneers: KMA, HPE, KRA, Siemens, KM Award Winners
  • Capitalizing Experiences and learning from projects

Trainers:

  • Andreas Brandner, Knowledge for Development Partnership
  • Cosmas Kemboi, Kenya Revenue Authority

Time:

Wednesday -Thursday, 26-27 February: 9am – 5pm

Venue:

Hotel Sarova Panafric, Along Valley Road, Nairobi, Kenya

Price:

KES 69.000 (plus VAT)
Special Offer: 1+1 = 1,5. The second participant of the same company pays 50%.

For registration please send an email to nairobi@knowledge.city

A limited number of students is invited to participate at half price – first come, first serve.

Registration:

For registration please send an email to nairobi@knowledge.city

Venues:

25 February 2020 – Knowledge for Development Partnership Meeting
KCA University, Thika Road

26 and 27 February 2020 – KM Essentials
Hotel Sarova Panafric, Along Valley Road, Nairobi, Kenya

Organisers, partners, supporters:

  • Knowledge for Development Partnership
  • KCA University
  • Ministry of Devolution

 

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Knowledge Management Excellence Programme

Project Start: January 2020      Duration: 10 Months

Join us for  “KM Excellence Programme” starting in January 2020. The program will be offered to a group of 20 companies / organizations who are outperformers in KM with the idea of having 20 KM4D-Award-Winners. You might be the first one to achieve the silver or gold award!

For more details download the project brief 

 

For Registration and Contact

Contact person: Wambui Wanjiku, Managing Director

E: naiobi@knowledgecity

Cell: +254 715 096677

 

 

Kenyan Knowledge Partnership and Knowledge Agenda

Nairobi is among the economic and political hubs of Africa. As the host city to the United Nations Office and many International Organisations, Nairobi is a very multi-cultural and progressive city. As a fast and innovative city, Nairobi pushes to move beyond the comfort zone and to compete on a global level. With excellent universities, a strong business community, an innovative government and numerous NGOs, the city offers a good ecosystem for knowledge and innovation. The Kenyan knowledge partnership will be established during Nairobi.Knowledge.Week on 25 September, steps toward the first Kenyan Knowledge Agenda will be presented. Join the exceptional event and be part of the community!

Knowledge for Business Development

The network of knowledge.cities provides opportunities to leverage on the knowledge, technologies and experiences of other cities. Knowledge.city develops and facilitates knowledge partnerships, specifically between African countries and European countries, to boost businesses and build competence centres for sustainable business development in Africa. Visit knowledge.city in Nairobi, connect with Africa´s front-runners, and be part of the African success story.

Nairobi. Knowledge. City

Knowledge City Ltd. in Nairobi is established in 2018 to be the leading provider of consulting, training, research and advisory services in the fields of knowledge management, knowledge economy and knowledge-based development in Kenya. Its core competence is to establish knowledge management programmes to achieve organisational, sectoral and national strategies through knowledge, competence and capacity.

It is initiated by a group of Kenyan experts with long-standing experience as consultants/entrepreneurs in Kenya as a partner within the global Knowledge City Network.

Nairobi Knowledge City is committed to support the governments of Kenya in achieving its Vision 2030 and linking it with a knowledge agenda. Likewise, it develops sectoral knowledge strategies and provides support with the implementation. Finally it supports companies to develop the knowledge needed to make best use of opportunities on the market. Supporting the business and public sector organisations to develop Knowledge needed to boost the economy and society of Kenya is an evident and prioritized target of Nairobi Knowledge City.

Nairobi Knowledge City is committed not only to provide access to the best knowledge around the world, but to care for the localization of knowledge and the capacity development in Kenya.

Through its education and training programme Knowledge City qualifies customers in developing and leading knowledge management programmes themselves. Through the global network of leading experts, best practices and experiences from the pioneers are availed to our customers.

Nairobi Knowledge City is a Kenyan partner of the Knowledge for Development Partnership to promote the Agenda Knowlede for Development in Kenya, to build and facilitate a Kenyan Knowledge Partnership, and to profile Nairobi as a Knowledge City. Through nairobi.knowledge.weeks is will convene K4DP-meetings, provide trainings, host events and work with artists to contribute to the knowlege identity of Kenya.

Contact

Knowledge City Ltd.
Address: Maisonette 2, Theta Lane Off Lenana Road,
P.O. Box 74221, 00200 Nairobi

Managing Director: Pauline Wanjiku
Telephone: +254 715 096 677
Email: nairobi@knowledge.city