Why Knowledge Matters to Equity and Change Efforts

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Fast-paced; Information and technology rich; Institutional lite; High stakes; Quick mobilization; Decentralized voice and action; Multi-tasked to the max. Whether we are millennials by generation or not, this is our contemporary context.  This is where civic sector leaders live. This is also where equity and change approaches often die amidst what feels like strategy overload – the constant flow of “new” ideas, packaged models, and ready-made techniques.

Colleagues often ask me why I say knowledge instead of learning.  In this article, ...

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Welcome to KD2Change

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Welcome to Knowledge Designs to Change! We are an active, engaged, consulting practice dedicated to working with passionate, committed organizations who want to integrate knowledge processes intimately with strategies for change.

The KD2Change blog will soon invite experience and musings in response to entries about knowledge construction, knowledge as philanthropic investment, methods for strategy and learning, and ideas related to social change.

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