Available Now―Second Edition of the Art of Knowledge Exchange
Knowledge exchange, or peer-to-peer learning, is a powerful way to share, replicate, and scale-up what works in development. Development practitioners increasingly seek to learn from the experiences of others who have gone through, or are going through, similar challenges. They want to have ready access to practical knowledge and solutions and enhance their confidence, conviction, and skills to customize the solutions to their own context.
The World Bank Institute is pleased to launch the Second Edition of the Art of Knowledge Exchange: A Results-Focused Planning Guide for Development Practitioners. It follows a strategic approach to learning and breaks down the knowledge exchange process into five simple steps. It also provides tools you need to design your knowledge exchange and practical guidance on how to use them to get the results you want from your knowledge exchange.
This second edition contains a full revision of the original Art of Knowledge Exchange as well as new chapters on implementation and results of knowledge exchanges. The Guide also distills lessons from over 100 exchanges financed by the World Bank South-South Facility, analytical work conducted by the World Bank Institute, and the Task Team for South-South Cooperation, and reflects the rich experiences of World Bank staff, learning professionals, government officials, and other practitioners engaged in South-South knowledge exchange activities.
The revised Planning Guide can be found at this link. To learn more about Knowledge Exchange visit WBI’s Knowledge exchange website. For more information, please contact Shobha Kumar or email@example.com.