Participation and engagement

- Participation is based on negotiation

- Hierarchies of knowledge gives us different perspective on our own work.

- Local knowledge is generally the most marginalised

- Ontologies/semantic web/biasis in search engines/social search need to be more equal: this is of key for IKM2.

- Local knowledge - our knowledge is also local this understanding is also based on 'cognitive disturbance' (Pete) as a process which stop you being complacent.

- All about co-creation of knowledge

- How to link local knowledges to wider

- Most knowledge is socially constructed, and context depend

- Complicates the traditional ideas of KM

Ignorance management needs to be based on long term relationships based on trust;

De-motivation of people writing things and not getting funded

- re-education of funders with funder change: HIV and malaria

- 'Donor monthly'

Long term process, don't be prescirptive about goals

What will sell this approach: donors like to shine a bit and like innovative; selling sutainable results; how to sell this to the tax player?

- It isn't a choice, it's reality, the reaosn change will happen

- Knowledge economy book, social media, talk to Occupy, alternative to VFM, unless PWC take over development by this tame.

- How change happens.

- Accenture, KPMG and PWC contracts: 17 country programmes. What are they doing? They get the money and move on.

- Rolling series of meetings of complexity and emergency: business people are not so worried

- How do we think change happens? Should we explore that tomorrow.

- What are the lessons of the private sector for the development sector?


Strategy safari (Mintzberg)