Mobilizing IUCN's knowledge to secure a sustainable future : the IUCN knowledge management study. Study executive summary

Complete Title: 
Mobilizing IUCN's knowledge to secure a sustainable future : the IUCN knowledge management study
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Abstract: 

A knowledge management study carried out for IUCN. For more than five decades IUCN has used its knowledge to lead and guide conservation thinking around the world. Through its knowledge networks comprised of Commissions and Members, supported by the Secretariat, IUCN has built a remarkable reputation based on its ability to generate, mobilise and provide sound scientific and technical knowledge and advice towards the changes it wants to see in the world. This report suggests a series of strategic moves for IUCN to upgrade to the next generation of strategies and processes for mobilizing its knowledge, its relationships and its communications. The Study includes a review of the evolution of knowledge management and current trends as well as tables of definitions and typologies of networks and communications practices.

Conference: 
Convention on Biological Diversity, 10th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CBD COP10), Nagoya, Japan, 18-29 October 2010
Imprint: 
[Winnipeg], CA : IISD, 2004
Physical Description: 
17p.
Publication Year: 
2004
Notes: 

Library has electronic version only. Commissioned by IUCN in 2003, in response to external reviews of IUCN from 1999 and 2003 and the interactive sessions at the World Conservation Congress in Amman (2000) and the 2003 Consultive Group on Commissions.

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Number of copies: 
2
Language(s): 
English
Url: 
http://www.iucn.org/dbtw-wpd/edocs/Rep-2004-028.pdf
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