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MDLP Return on Knowledge book

OneOffTech is one of the contributors of the Multi-Donor Learning Partnership (MDLP) publication on how international development agencies are collaborating to deliver impact through knowledge, learning, research and evidence

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An example of a data driven network analysis

Data-driven exploration builds value for knowledge discovery in expert networks. To illustrate, here is an example that comes from an assessment study for the Low Emission Development Strategies Global Partnership

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Graphs as basis for business intelligence in expert networks

Business intelligence can be useful to surface circular learning in networks. We applied it using Neo4j, a graph database.

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Putting the handover at the start-up

Usually the handover process takes place at the end of a project. What we can do in advance to avoid being overwhelmed?

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Introducing the Knowledge Management Framework

The Knowledge Management Framework (KM-f) is OneOffTech's take on knowledge assessments. Explore the key elements that constitute the foundation of the KM-f methodology.

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Graphs for organizational development of networks

Use graphs and graph databases as lenses to improve the perception of a transnational distributed network

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Can a digital technology support the formation of a professional network?

How OneOffTech is approaching the knowledge management needs of an emerging network in the education sector (universities, small and medium enterprises and tertiary educational institutions)

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Webinar: Knowledge management from bottleneck to success factor

After concluding a knowledge management assessment aimed at developing a KM strategy to foster co-learning across international development cooperation projects in the area of climate change, we were invited to present our findings in a webinar to be held on September 23, 2021 at 14:00 CEST

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8 Scrum practices you are probably underevaluating

After appliying Scrum within the company and with clients we realized that some practices and roles are more difficult to follow and define. Here what we learned about.

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