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USAID Learning Lab is an interactive community where members can access and contribute to a growing repository of tools and resources on integrating collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) throughout the USAID Program Cycle. #CLA4Dev #adaptdev The opinions in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States government.

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USAID Learning Lab is an interactive community where members can access and contribute to a growing repository of tools and resources on integrating collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) throughout the USAID Program Cycle. #CLA4Dev #adaptdev The opinions in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States government.

    S3 Ep 7: Series Finale - the Future of Organizational Learning in International Development

    S3 Ep 7: Series Finale - the Future of Organizational Learning in International Development

    In this episode, the series finale, we hear from some of our thought leader contributors about the keys to the future of organizational learning in development. Today’s contributors are:

    - Gwen Hines, until recently the Director for International Relations, DFID
    - Kerry Albright, Chief of Research Facilitation & KM, UNICEF
    - Thom Sinclair, of CGAP, funded by the MasterCard Foundation and housed at the World Bank
    - Tony Pryor, Senior Advisor, USAID/PPL

    Listen as we discuss promising practices in the areas of collaborating, learning and adapting.

    • 34 min
    S3 Ep 6: How do organizations integrate learning into their daily work?

    S3 Ep 6: How do organizations integrate learning into their daily work?

    Episode 6 of Leaders in Learning focuses on how organizations are integrating intentional learning into their day-to-day work. The three leaders contributing to this episode are:

    - Karen Mokate, Chief of Knowledge Management at the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB)
    - Clive Martlew, Lead for Leadership and Learning at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID)
    - Alison Evans, Chief Commissioner for the UK’s Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI)

    The three themes that emerged during the conversation are:
    - Approaches need to be systematic, intentional and resourced.
    - Learning and KM approaches will only become sustainably integrated if there is a supportive culture.
    - Sustainability depends on clear and effective processes and tools.

    • 41 min
    S3 Ep 5: What is the role of formal and informal leadership in organizational learning?

    S3 Ep 5: What is the role of formal and informal leadership in organizational learning?

    The focus of the fifth episode in the Leaders in Learning series is one of the most challenging questions that we routinely face: What is the role of formal and informal leadership in creating a learning organization? This episode builds on previous episodes in connecting components of leadership and effective learning organizations, a key connection that we see consistently.

    The contributing thought leaders for this episode are:
    - Thom Sinclair, Gateway Academy Team Lead at the Consultative Group to Address the Poor (CGAP) housed at the World Bank
    - Rob Cartridge, Head of Global Knowledge at Practical Action
    - Chris Collison, a leading independent KM and OL consultant

    • 47 min
    S3 Ep 4: What is the relationship between organizational culture and learning?

    S3 Ep 4: What is the relationship between organizational culture and learning?

    The focus of this episode, our fourth in our Leaders in Learning series, focuses in on something we’ve touched on in previous episodes, particularly episode 2: what aspects of an organization’s culture contribute to its learning capacity?

    The contributing thought leaders for this episode are:
    - Chris Collison, a world-renowned independent consultant
    - Clive Martlew, Lead for Leadership and Learning at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID)
    - Rob Cartridge, Head of Global Knowledge at Practical Action

    • 44 min
    S3 Ep 3: What is the role of evidence and data in organizational learning efforts?

    S3 Ep 3: What is the role of evidence and data in organizational learning efforts?

    The focus of Leaders in Learning episode 3 is on one of the most challenging questions that we as leaders in organizational learning face on a regular basis, namely, "what is the role of evidence and data in organizational learning efforts?"

    The contributing thought leaders for this episode are:
    - Alison Evans, Chief Commissioner for the UK’s Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI)
    - Kerry Albright, Chief of Research Facilitation and Knowledge Management at UNICEF
    - Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Advisor for OXFAM

    • 46 min
    S3 Ep 2: Why does learning matter in international development?

    S3 Ep 2: Why does learning matter in international development?

    Leaders in Learning is a 7-part podcast series hosted by Stacey Young, Senior Learning Advisor and Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting Team Lead in USAID’s Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning; and Piers Bocock, Chief of Party for the USAID LEARN contract. The series draws on interviews that Stacey and Piers conducted with a variety of thought leaders in organizational learning and knowledge management in the international development sector.

    In episode two, Piers and Stacey reflect on their conversations with Duncan Green, Gwen Hines, and Karen Mokate (pictured with Piers and Stacey, right) on the topic of why learning matters in international development. They frame learning as a tool for addressing complexity, improving the way teams and organizations work, and, most importantly, achieving better development results.

    • 40 min

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