ICM strategy development
WELCOME to the Information and Communication Management (ICM) Strategy Development web portal
This web portal aims to support and provide resources and tools for persons who recognise the importance of and the need for the development of an information and communication management strategy for their organisation.
In today’s competitive and information-driven world, information must be embraced as a critical resource. Having an ICM strategy is therefore necessary for any type of organisation, because it allows them to better exploit the value that information has for their proper functioning, performance, efficiency, competitiveness and continued success. Consequently, organisations need relevant, timely, accurate and usable information to determine their strategic directions; oversee their day-to-day operations; maintain their competitive advantages; and stay informed of relevant developments in their surroundings.
On this web portal you are invited to consult various reports and access specific tools as well as take part in the online community to comment and share your experiences in ICM planning and strategy development.
For comments, suggestions and/or further information please contact: Christine Webster, Senior Programme Coordinator, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, CTA (email@example.com).
CTA is pleased to announce the publication of the “Information and Communication Management (ICM) - Strategy Development: (i) Faciltators’ Manual and (ii) User's Guide”.
The 4th InK4DEV Week is being organized in the context of the RUFORUM 3rd Biennial Conference. The first Ink4DEV place in 2009 in Namibia, for the Southern African region, followed by West Africa, Ghana, in 2010, and East Africa, Uganda, in 2011.
The RUFORUM Biennial Conference is held every two years to enable African higher education stakeholders in Africa to share lessons and to enhance networking for improving training programs across the continent.
CTA is associating itself with this main event of its partner by contributing through capacity strengthening activities and ICT-ICM awareness side events during the conference.
This paper aims to examine the knowledge transfer process in Education. Findings suggest that linkage agents are central actors in the knowledge transfer process. Their intervention is critical to help adapt the knowledge to be used by practitioners.
This study aims to gain a better understanding of the much talked about e-governance and citizen participation.
Learn more about CIARD and access information and a community dedicated make agricultural research information publicly available and accessible to all.
Start by checking these case studies regarding the process of developing information systems and institutional network.