Putting Knowledge to Work: Collaborating, Influencing, and Learning for International Development

Civil society organizations (CSOs) face increasing pressure by donors and the public to be more professional, efficient, strategic and impactful. But how do CSOs obtain the knowledge needed for this and how they learn from practice to increase their impacts is not well-documented.

Putting Knowledge To Work by IDRC explores how the brains of such organizations actually function and how they cooperate with other organizations to produce workable knowledge and deliver outcomes and impacts. It makes for a helpful read for researchers and practitioners in CSOs, government, and donor organizations.

Civil society organizations (CSOs) face increasing pressure by donors and the public to be more professional, efficient, strategic and impactful. But how do CSOs obtain the knowledge needed for this and how they learn from practice to increase their impacts is not well-documented.

Putting Knowledge To Work by IDRC explores how the brains of such organizations actually function and how they cooperate with other organizations to produce workable knowledge and deliver outcomes and impacts. It makes for a helpful read for researchers and practitioners in CSOs, government, and donor organizations.

Civil society organizations (CSOs) face increasing pressure by donors and the public to be more professional, efficient, strategic and impactful. But how do CSOs obtain the knowledge needed for this and how they learn from practice to increase their impacts is not well-documented.

Putting Knowledge To Work by IDRC explores how the brains of such organizations actually function and how they cooperate with other organizations to produce workable knowledge and deliver outcomes and impacts. It makes for a helpful read for researchers and practitioners in CSOs, government, and donor organizations.

Civil society organizations (CSOs) face increasing pressure by donors and the public to be more professional, efficient, strategic and impactful. But how do CSOs obtain the knowledge needed for this and how they learn from practice to increase their impacts is not well-documented.

Putting Knowledge To Work by IDRC explores how the brains of such organizations actually function and how they cooperate with other organizations to produce workable knowledge and deliver outcomes and impacts. It makes for a helpful read for researchers and practitioners in CSOs, government, and donor organizations.

 



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