Henning Melber

Henning Melber

Henning Melber President of the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) ‘Knowledge is power’ remains a popular slogan in education and beyond. It aims to motivate learners to acquire knowledge and to apply it for own gains. But...
Marjan Modara

Marjan Modara

Marjan Modara Engineer, Researcher, and PhD Candidate in Knowledge & Innovation Management, Bahrain In October 2008, the Kingdom of Bahrain launched its comprehensive economic vision under the title of ‘The Economic Vision 2030 for Bahrain’. In it, Bahrain conveys...
Lata Narayanaswamy

Lata Narayanaswamy

Lata Narayanaswamy Lecturer in International Development, University of Leeds, UK People need information at various times and at different points in their life course, and access to information in order to facilitate knowledge creation processes underpins the...
Cecilia Nembou

Cecilia Nembou

Cecilia Nembou President of Divine Word University (DWU), Papua New Guinea Visions for future knowledge societies In this statement, knowledge means expertise and skills acquired by a person through experience or education and development means a fundamental change in...
Klaus North

Klaus North

Klaus North Professor of International Management, Wiesbaden Business School, Germany Knowledge or ignorance for development? What drives or hinders development of nations, regions, organizations, teams or individuals? Most of us would agree that knowledge and...
Ewen Le Borgne

Ewen Le Borgne

Ewen Le Borgne Process Change, The Netherlands Knowledge for Development is a tautology. Knowledge is for development. Knowledge is development. Personal, communitarian and societal development. Contrary to money and influence (coming through our personal networks),...