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Projects & Services

Services provided by SANCIKMKE and IKMAC 2007 - to date

  • Knowledge reviews leading to national knowledge bank indexed
  • Locally developed document

Conducted an Impact study for the Eastern Cape Government 2008

Facilitated a Knowledge Economy Workshop for the Knowledge Economy Forum organized by DST 2008

Ran a Knowledge Management  short Course for GCIS staff 2008

Ran a Knowledge Management Course for Eastern Cape Parks Board Executives 2009

Conducted a Training Course on Monitoring and Evaluation and Research in Knowledge Management for the Medical Research Council of South Africa (MRC) 2009

Ran a course for members from Mnquma and Nelson Mandela Municipalities in conjunction with the Eastern Cape Parks  Board Executive  members 2009

Assisted the Department of Public Works in the development of a Community of Practice for public service mainly and Department of Public Services and Administration partially 2008

Translated the Demographic and Health survey Instruments for the Medical Research Council 2008-2009 

SANCIKMKE has organised an International Knowledge Economy Conference  in October 2009. Has managed to draw more than 8 countries from all over the world.  

Assisting the Small Economic Development Agency ( SEDA) in developing its Knowledge Management Strategy April-June 2009.

Providing Technical Assistance for  National Treasury IDC and ODAP : Developing Knowledge Management Strategy implementation and implementation guide (2009-)

Assisting Buffalo City Municipality in Developing a Knowledge Management Strategy

Assisting Department of Public Service Administration in Developing a National KM Framework for Public Service

Founded the South African Knowledge Management Professional Association (SAKMPA)


 

 

Knowledge transfer partnerships

Knowledge Transfer partnerships is a process that links academia: research organizations and higher centres of learning with business and industry.  This activity helps business to improve their competitive edge and products. This comes about through the use of knowledge, technology and skills found in these knowledge base. 

Also in the process  knowledge exchange  makes the knowledge base to understand the skills and knowledge needed by business or industry.  This is open to all sizes of business SMMEs, SMEs and big enterprise.   The purpose of this partnership  is to: - facilitate the transfer of technology, skills and knowledge in a two way process (double loop) -  encourage business relevant research and education; close the existing gap between knowledge base and industry. 

This knowledge transfer partnerships can take place with all other sectors including the general public.  The needs for students to meet general public in understanding their challenges and general public getting appropriate knowledge as generated by responsive research will be crucial in using knowledge and information in dealing with community problems. 

The added value from this approach is using locally developed knowledge in addressing community problems rather than using knowledge developed elsewhere all the time.  Using knowledge developed elsewhere has embedded  connotations and syndrome that is characterized by poor assimilation of knowledge referred to as a “ Distance Syndrome” (Mbananga 2002). 

Knowledge transfer partnerships

  • Develop national knowledge transfer partnership
  • Develop organizational knowledge transfer partnership
  • Facilitate private & academic partnerships
  • Facilitate private public partnerships
  • Facilitate academic – public partnership
  • Facilitate public – public partnership

Informatics and Knowledge Management services

  • KM strategies and implementation support
  • Training, education and development
  • Platforms and product of knowledge reviews
  • Demonstrations on KM models
  • Web & portal development
  • Managing websites for organizations
  • Providing guidelines for web content & design
  • Monitoring & evaluation strategy development and guidelines
  • Developing both physical and virtual libraries
  • Data & information management training
  • KM standards development
  • KM benchmarking

 

 

The CIKMKE aims to assist South Africa in managing, analyzing, accessing and utilizing its knowledge to boost the economy. CIKMKE also plays an important role in supporting evidence–based decision-making for policy makers in South Africa and creating awareness of these matters among the public in the endeavour to develop an Information Society leading to a Knowledge Society.