[Fourm] Second High-Level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge Hubs
|Venue||30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea, Lotte Hotel Seoul||Date||2014-06-23 ~ 2014-06-26|
|Host||Ministry of Strategy and Finance; World Bank Group||Organizer||Korea Development Institute; Korea Exim Bank|
|Sponsor||이슬람개발은행; 일본국제협력기구||Contact||Hlm2.email@example.com (82-2-771-1000)|
This event is provided in English and Korean.
|Second High-Level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge Hubs|
It is an honor to invite you to the Second High Level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge Hubs and to the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) Dissemination Seminar to be held at the Seoul Lotte Hotel, Korea from 23 to 26 June 2014.
Over the past decade, we have witnessed the growing recognition that knowledge sharing is an innovative and effective method in international development architecture. In 2012, the first High Level Meeting (HLM) was held in Bali, Indonesia to initiate the dialogue on the role of Knowledge Hubs in developing capacity to share, capture, and document development experiences. Many countries have significantly advanced in their efforts to more systematically share operational expereinces for domestic and international scale-up.
Against this backdrop, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance and the World Bank Group will be co-hosting the Second High-Level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge Hubs (HLM2) which will present a valuable opportunity to share successful strategies on embedding knowledge sharing capacity in country institutions.
Building upon the first High-Level Meeting in Bali, the HLM2 which is one of the largest international event on knowledge sharing will be a milestone event in which over 400 particiapnts from sector agencies, ministries, the private sector, academia and non-governmental institutions will convene to exchange concrete strategies of how to develop results-oriented knowledge sharing capacities. The focus of the HLM2 will be particularly on government agencies working on service delivery in a given sector. Also, critical questions of how systematic knowledge sharing can enhance institutional performance and enable acceleration of development cooperation will be addressed.
Taking this opportunity forward, Korea's Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) Dissemination Seminar will be held together with the HLM2 to share fruitful outcomes of 2013 KSP projects in knowledge sharing, policy research and consultations. The event provides a meaningful chance to evaluate KSP's 10 years of achievement and discuss its future direction.
The HLM2 and the KSP Dissemination Seminar will serve as a dynamic platform to present your experiences, share lessons learned, hear about pratical solutions, and develop useful knowledge partnerships with peers from around the world that face similar challenges. It will be a privilege to have you in this timely conference and we appreiciate your invaluable expereinces and insightful attainments.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Strategy and Finance
Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea
Day 1 - Monday, June 23
Advancing the Knowledge Hubs Agenda -- From Political Leadership to Implementation
|08:00 ~ 09:00||Registration and Participant Check-in|
|1. OPENING CEREMONY|
|09:00 ~ 09:30||
Knowledge Sharing – From Political Leadership to Implementation for Results
Opening remarks by:
· Oh-Seok Hyun, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Strategy and Finance, Korea
· Sanjay Pradhan,Vice President for Change Leadership and Innovation, World Bank
Welcoming remarks by:
Joon-Kyung Kim, President, Korea Development Institute
|2. HIGH LEVEL PANEL DISCUSSION SESSION|
|09:30 ~ 10:45||Developing an Agenda for Knowledge Sharing – The Importance of Leadership, Sound Policy and Coordination|
|10:45 ~ 11:00||Coffee / Tea Break|
|3. WORLD CAFE' SESSION|
|11:00 ~ 12:30||Start the dialogue on practical solutions on knowledge sharing challenges at the country level: What capacities are needed?|
|11:00 ~ 11:30||Press Conference (Parallel to World Cafe' Session)|
|12:30 ~ 13:30||Luncheon|
|4. PANEL DISCUSSION SESSION|
|13:30 ~ 14:45||Knowledge Sharing as an instrument for development - Ensuring Effective Learning|
|14:45 ~ 15:00||Coffee / Tea Break|
|5. COUNTRY PRESENTATION PANEL SESSION|
|15:00 ~ 17:00||Developing Institutional and Operational Capacities for Knowledge Sharing – Examples from Indonesia, Nigeria, Colombia and Brazil|
|6. CLOSING SESSION DAY1|
|17:00 ~ 17:30||Summary of day 1 key take-aways and Communiqué on Strategies Towards Country-Led Knowledge Hubs|
|19:00 ~ 21:00||Welcome Dinner|
Day 2 - Tuesday, June 24
Peer Learning: Developing Institutional Capacity for Knowledge Sharing
|1. PANEL DISCUSSION SESSION|
|09:00 ~ 10:15||Challenges and practical Solutions to develop institutional and operational capacity to capture and share experiences|
|10:15 ~ 10:30||Coffee / Tea Break|
|2. PARALLEL ROUND TABLE SESSION 1-5|
|10:30 ~ 13:00||
Knowledge Hubs in Practice: Challenges and Experiences with developing an Enabling Environment for Knowledge Sharing
RT01 – Transforming institutions – What makes people share expertise?
RT02 – Operational arrangements – How do institutions organize themselves for knowledge sharing?
RT03 – Financial Sustainability – Which business models support knowledge sharing?
RT04 – Knowledge Sharing partnerships – What can organizations do to network and partner on Knowledge Sharing?
RT05 – Non-state actors as drivers for knowledge sharing – What can CSOs, NGOs, academia and the private sector contribute?
|13:00 ~ 14:00||Luncheon|
|3. PARALLEL ROUND TABLE SESSIONS 6-10|
|14:00 ~ 16:30||
Knowledge Hubs in Practice: Challenges and Experiences with developing and implementing Knowledge Sharing Capacities
RT06 – Identifying and validating expertise – What can institutions do to know what is worth sharing?
RT07 – Capturing and packaging knowledge – How can institutions systematically document their operational lessons learned?
RT08 – The Art of Sharing – Which mechanisms work best for internal and external knowledge sharing?
RT09 – Getting to results – How can institutions systematically monitor and evaluate their knowledge sharing efforts?
RT10 – Velocity and scale – How can technology support knowledge sharing?
|16:30 ~ 16:45||Coffee / Tea Break|
|4. LESSONS LEARNED AND REPORT IN PLENARY|
|16:45 ~ 17:45||Lessons Learned from the Parallel Round Table Sessions|
|5. CLOSING SESSION|
|17:45 ~ 18:30||Creating Knowledge Hubs - Ways forward|
Day 3 - Wednesday, June 25
Making Knowledge Sharing Work at Scale - Learning from the example of Korea: KSP
|1. OPENING SESSION|
|09:30 ~ 10:30||
Knowledge Sharing in Practice : KSP as a Knowledge Hub
Opening remarks by:
· Taeyong Yoon, Director General, MOSF
|10:30 ~ 10:50||Coffee / Tea Break|
|2. KSP MODULARIZATION PROJECT (KDIS)|
|10:50 ~ 12:20||
KSP Modularization Project in Korea
Sustained National Deworming Campaign in South Korea 1969-1995
Establishment of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
|12:20 ~ 13:30||Luncheon|
|3. POLICY CONSULTATION: BILATERAL KSP (KDI)|
|13:20 ~ 14:50||
Human Resource Development
Algeria / Mexico / Sri Lanka
S&T Innovation and Cluster
Costa Rica / Romania / Uzbekistan
Colombia / Ghana / Lao PDR
|14:50 ~ 15:10||Coffee / Tea Break|
|4. JOINT CONSULTING INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION (IOs) : MULTILATERAL KSP (KEXIM)|
|15:10 ~ 16:40||
(InterAmerican Development Bank)
|Housing Policy (World Bank)||Technical and Vocational Education and Training (Corporation Andina de Fomento)|
|19:00 ~ 21:00||Farewell Dinner|
DAY 4 - Thursday, June 26 (First-Come First-Served Basis)
Learning Day - Workshops and Trainings on Institutional Knowledge Sharing Capacity Development
|1. WORKSHOP 1|
|09:00 ~ 13:00||
Assessing Institutional Capacity
for Knowledge Sharing
The Art of Knowledge Capturing
(all day workshop) - Part 1/2
|The Art of Knowledge Exchange|
|13:00 ~ 14:00||Luncheon|
|2. WORKSHOP 2|
|14:00 ~ 18:00||Organizing the Change Management Process - Developing Institutional Knowledge Sharing Policies and Guidelines||The Art of Knowledge Capturing (all day workshop) - Part 2/2||Managing Community of Practice and Networks for Knowledge Sharing|
□ Date: Jun 23 - 26, 2014
□ Venue: 30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea, Lotter Hotel Seoul
□ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (82-2-771-1000)