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  1. page home edited What is this space? For whom? Why? ... practice space. Over time, the group of people invo…

    What is this space? For whom? Why?
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    practice space.
    Over time, the group of people involved in this work have developed a 'Comms' framework as well as a series of briefs related to 7 critical areas of work.
    Where is this coming from?
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    research programs.
    This space keeps track of all of these events and outputs.
    Where to find all the information relevant for the KMC 'Comms' community of CGIAR?
    KMC framework: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sIsdlIKYBS0kTGcAYqo76FBfw2xlHRdFD_cdOU_C6lk/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1sIsdlIKYBS0kTGcAYqo76FBfw2xlHRdFD_cdOU_C6lk/edit. Mind that the framework is also available at: https://kmcgiar.wordpress.com/strategic-communications-and-the-cgiar-strategy-and-results-framework/. This KMC framework contains the following areas:
    Comms for scaling out improved technologies and practices
    Comms for policy influence
    Comms for greater awareness of science and its results within CRPs
    Comms for more effective partnerships
    Comms for better collaboration within and between CRPs
    Comms to raise the profile of major cross-cutting issues (e.g., big data, gender and youth, and capacity development)
    Comms for public awareness, donor relations, and fundraising

    The KMC4CRP briefs developed at the third KMC4CRP workshop are here - they are unfinished and available from the KMC4CRP3 page too:
    Managing research for results: getting to outcomes with KMC
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    A list of resources that matter for all CGIAR comms specialists
    A 'who is who' explaining what everyone is (was) considering themselves good at in the 2nd KMC4CRP workshop
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    not include the documentation of the process we followed but rather the initial results that later led to developing the KMC framework.
    Website to use for the consultation about the KMC framework and briefs: https://kmcgiar.wordpress.com/. This site currently contains the framework, the briefs and some limited additional information.
    A small group has ongoing conversations about all this KMC/Comms work. If you want to join these please contact Ewen Le Borgne (e.leborgne[at]cgiar.org)
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  2. page home edited This What is this space? For whom? Why? This wiki is ... KM & Comms). Comms/KMC). It …
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    What is this space? For whom? Why?
    This
    wiki is
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    KM & Comms).Comms/KMC). It is
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    as a Comms/KMKMC community of
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    practice space.
    Over time, the group of people involved in this work have developed a 'Comms' framework as well as a series of briefs related to 7 critical areas of work.

    Where it came from?Fromis this coming from?
    Three workshops involving a group of KMC specialists took place in 2012, 2013 and 2015. Read more about these three workshops below. In addition to this, an important meeting took place with a small group in Rome in September 2015. During that Rome meeting, a 'comms' framework was developed that would be used to influence the drafting of phase 2 proposals for CGIAR research programs.
    This space keeps track of all of these events and outputs.
    Where to find all the information relevant for the KMC 'Comms' community of CGIAR?
    KMC framework: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sIsdlIKYBS0kTGcAYqo76FBfw2xlHRdFD_cdOU_C6lk/edit
    The KMC4CRP briefs developed at the third KMC4CRP workshop are here - they are unfinished and available from the KMC4CRP3 page too:
    Managing research for results: getting to outcomes with KMC
    Supporting CRP partnerships for impact
    Enhancing science discovery and delivery by Opening Access to CRP results and data
    Promoting public awareness of the CRP / identity and branding
    Organizing the delivery of C and KM
    Why gender & diversity matter
    Facilitating CRP process engagement and events
    Documentation of the three KMC4CRP workshops: on this wiki, see below and on the navigation menu on the left. What you will find there:
    All sessions, agendas, results of the sessions...
    A series of themes that were elaborated on,
    A list of resources that matter for all CGIAR comms specialists
    A 'who is who' explaining what everyone is (was) considering themselves good at in the 2nd KMC4CRP workshop
    Documentation of the Rome workshop (September 2015): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A76bnIkDrzHru26xQuyxMdErpCr1B5xVWjPnl98CERA/edit?pli=1. This does not include
    Website to use for the consultation about the KMC framework and briefs: https://kmcgiar.wordpress.com/. This site currently contains the framework, the briefs and some limited additional information.
    A small group has ongoing conversations about all this KMC/Comms work. If you want to join these please contact Ewen Le Borgne (e.leborgne[at]cgiar.org)
    The original 'KMC4CRP workshops' (October 2012, December 2013, May 2015)
    From
    17-20 October
    In the course of 2013 the idea of holding a sequel workshop aligned more closely on the intermediate development outcomes (IDOs) and also supported by the CGIAR research program on climate change agriculture and food security (CCAFS) germinated. This second workshop took place from 4 to 6 December 2013 and at the end of it, the participants decided to use this wiki to continue the conversations and documentation beyond the workshops. To share ideas and converse more freely, this wiki goes hand in hand with the Yammer 'Communications group' (restricted to CGIAR staff). See more about the second kmc4CRP event.
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    workshop happened in 2014the next year, but all
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    a third eventevent, in May 2015, that would
    Find all information related to these workshops:
    kmc4CRP I: Organizing, managing, communicating and leveraging information and knowledge to support and deliver CRP results
    kmc4CRP II: Knowledge management and communication at the heart of our CRPs impact pathways and in support of intermediate development outcomes
    kmc4CRP III: Capitalizing on great CKM work in CRP phase 1 and paving the way for a more influential and joined-up CKM approach in phase 2
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    for this wikiAllwiki
    All
    pages on
    If you want to edit any page from this wiki, create an account and request access to this wiki with Ewen Le Borgne [e.leborgne at cgiar.org] or Tsehay Gashaw [t.gashaw at cgiar.org].
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Thursday, August 27

  1. page kmc4CRP3 edited ... Draft package of core/key/critical KMC interventions and actions for phase 2 CRP designers [so…
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    Draft package of core/key/critical KMC interventions and actions for phase 2 CRP designers [something anyone could adapt and adjust]
    Draft KMC engagement/influencing plan for wider CGIAR
    This event is BY INVITATION ONLY.
    Participants in this event should plan to reach Addis Ababa on Saturday 23 May. They should plan to leave on Thursday 28 May evening or Friday 29 May)
    In addition to flights, each participant should expect to pay USD 250 towards the meeting costs including lunches and breaks, plus USD90/night accommodation, plus USD 50 Visa plus USD 30 airport pickups. Approx: USD 750 for 5 nights; plus dinners. 5 days
    REGISTER HERE (CGIAR people only)

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Wednesday, July 1

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    Persons ‘majoring’ in this, ie: leading the writing
    Persons ‘minoring’ in this, ie” contributing to writing / reviewing
    1. Enhancing uptake of CRP results (combinedManaging research for results: getting to outcomes with KMC
    (combined
    with 'reinforcing CRP results-based management)management + Processes and tools for research planning, management and collaboration)
    Ewen, Satish, Tana, Vanessa
    Satish
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Tuesday, June 30

  1. page kmc4CRP3 edited ... From 27 (afternoon) to 28 May (afternoon), a KMC4CRP writeshop brings together a very small gr…
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    From 27 (afternoon) to 28 May (afternoon), a KMC4CRP writeshop brings together a very small group to produce some very specific products to capitalise on and and influence the design of phase 2 CRPs.
    Workshop objectives, expected outputs and general idea about the three strands
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    Fair - Sunday and Monday and Tuesday
    CGIAR and other organizations working in agriculture and rural development are transforming the ways they do business. The transformations call for much stronger capabilities to design and deliver truly effective ‘process’ improvements that lead to applied innovation, social learning and value for money. Today’s business ‘un-usual’ has to be the tomorrow’s new ‘as-usual’. These process improvements are needed at different levels, from individuals to systems. Some of the important drivers for this transformation include:
    Today’s agricultural challenges, and the solutions proposed, are complex and require collective, ‘social’ actions that grow out of facilitated processes of joint problem identification, innovation, and prioritization...
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    Local participants have had their capacity developed to (better) undertake these approaches in their localized context
    All participants have played an active role and have extended and deepened their individual and collective learning
    The share fair will include some CRP-specific learning and sharing; For CGIAR people, it will run to the morning of Tuesday 26 May
    Participants in this event should plan to reach Addis Ababa on Saturday 23 May. They should plan to leave on Wednesday 27 May (afternoon/evening)
    In addition to flights, each participant should expect to pay USD170 towards the sharefair costs including lunches and breaks, plus USD90/night accommodation, plus USD 50 Visa plus USD 30 airport pickups. Approx: USD 610 for 4 nights; plus dinners. 3.5 days

    KMC4CRP Writeshop: CRP phase 2 focus with capitalisation and synthesis
    (The overarching focus of this event is the phase 2 of CRPs, which will influence all our KMC work across centres and CRPs. This event would focus on embedding the right set of KMC in the phase 2 CRPs through joint stocktaking and prioritizing. Work on a set of common principles and recommended core building blocks that we can pull together for wider validation and use. Also work on some KMC prioritiy advocacy targets across CGIAR to ensure and extend support for these activities among important people. We will tackle this in two different sections of two days each).
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    Local participants have had their capacity developed to (better) undertake these approaches in their localized context
    All participants have played an active role and have extended and deepened their individual and collective learning
    The share fair will include some CRP-specific learning and sharing; For CGIAR people, it will run to the morning of Tuesday 26 May
    Participants in this event should plan to reach Addis Ababa on Saturday 23 May. They should plan to leave on Wednesday 27 May (afternoon/evening)
    In addition to flights, each participant should expect to pay USD170 towards the sharefair costs including lunches and breaks, plus USD90/night accommodation, plus USD 50 Visa plus USD 30 airport pickups. Approx: USD 610 for 4 nights; plus dinners. 3.5 days
    KMC4CRP Writeshop: CRP phase 2 focus with capitalisation and synthesis
    (The overarching focus of this event is the phase 2 of CRPs, which will influence all our KMC work across centres and CRPs. This event would focus on embedding the right set of KMC in the phase 2 CRPs through joint stocktaking and prioritizing. Work on a set of common principles and recommended core building blocks that we can pull together for wider validation and use. Also work on some KMC prioritiy advocacy targets across CGIAR to ensure and extend support for these activities among important people. We will tackle this in two different sections of two days each).
    This would include a much smaller group of people, spanning a variety of CRPs and centres, but selected on the basis of their involvement in KMC activities, large experience with it in CGIAR and ability to help influence the CRP phase 2 design process.
    Objectives
    Finish synthesizing what we learned about KMC and CRPs in phase 1 (and this year so far).
    Identify a package of KMC-related principles, actions or interventions that we want to see included in the design of the next round of CRPs
    Identify a set of KMC-related advocacy targets and activities across CGIAR and associated groups - for CRP phase 2 and possibly other processes (e.g. GCARD3)
    Expected outputs and outcomes
    Updated building blocks from KMC4CRPS1 meeting
    Updated KMC diagram from KMC4CRPS2 meeting
    Draft package of core/key/critical KMC interventions and actions for phase 2 CRP designers [something anyone could adapt and adjust]
    Draft KMC engagement/influencing plan for wider CGIAR
    This event is BY INVITATION ONLY.
    Participants in this event should plan to reach Addis Ababa on Saturday 23 May. They should plan to leave on Thursday 28 May evening or Friday 29 May)
    In addition to flights, each participant should expect to pay USD 250 towards the meeting costs including lunches and breaks, plus USD90/night accommodation, plus USD 50 Visa plus USD 30 airport pickups. Approx: USD 750 for 5 nights; plus dinners. 5 days
    REGISTER HERE (CGIAR people only)

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    Local participants have had their capacity developed to (better) undertake these approaches in their localized context
    All participants have played an active role and have extended and deepened their individual and collective learning
    The share fair will include some CRP-specific learning and sharing; For CGIAR people, it will run to the morning of Tuesday 26 May
    Participants in this event should plan to reach Addis Ababa on Saturday 23 May. They should plan to leave on Wednesday 27 May (afternoon/evening)
    In addition to flights, each participant should expect to pay USD170 towards the sharefair costs including lunches and breaks, plus USD90/night accommodation, plus USD 50 Visa plus USD 30 airport pickups. Approx: USD 610 for 4 nights; plus dinners. 3.5 days
    KMC4CRP Writeshop: CRP phase 2 focus with capitalisation and synthesis
    (The overarching focus of this event is the phase 2 of CRPs, which will influence all our KMC work across centres and CRPs. This event would focus on embedding the right set of KMC in the phase 2 CRPs through joint stocktaking and prioritizing. Work on a set of common principles and recommended core building blocks that we can pull together for wider validation and use. Also work on some KMC prioritiy advocacy targets across CGIAR to ensure and extend support for these activities among important people. We will tackle this in two different sections of two days each).
    This would include a much smaller group of people, spanning a variety of CRPs and centres, but selected on the basis of their involvement in KMC activities, large experience with it in CGIAR and ability to help influence the CRP phase 2 design process.
    Objectives
    Finish synthesizing what we learned about KMC and CRPs in phase 1 (and this year so far).
    Identify a package of KMC-related principles, actions or interventions that we want to see included in the design of the next round of CRPs
    Identify a set of KMC-related advocacy targets and activities across CGIAR and associated groups - for CRP phase 2 and possibly other processes (e.g. GCARD3)
    Expected outputs and outcomes
    Updated building blocks from KMC4CRPS1 meeting
    Updated KMC diagram from KMC4CRPS2 meeting
    Draft package of core/key/critical KMC interventions and actions for phase 2 CRP designers [something anyone could adapt and adjust]
    Draft KMC engagement/influencing plan for wider CGIAR
    This event is BY INVITATION ONLY.
    Participants in this event should plan to reach Addis Ababa on Saturday 23 May. They should plan to leave on Thursday 28 May evening or Friday 29 May)
    In addition to flights, each participant should expect to pay USD 250 towards the meeting costs including lunches and breaks, plus USD90/night accommodation, plus USD 50 Visa plus USD 30 airport pickups. Approx: USD 750 for 5 nights; plus dinners. 5 days
    REGISTER HERE (CGIAR people only)

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