Assessment of ADB's Knowledge Management Implementation Framework (2012)

Institutional Document | March 2013

In May 2005, Teleos conducted the first in a planned series of electronic surveys of ADB staff to determine their perceptions regarding the ADB Knowledge Management (KM) Implementation Framework. This Report compares the 2012 data findings against the 2005-2011 results and highlights KM trends in ADB.

In May 2005, Teleos conducted the first in a planned series of electronic surveys of ADB staff to determine their perceptions regarding the ADB Knowledge Management (KM) Implementation Framework. This Report compares the 2012 data findings against the 2005-2011 results and highlights KM trends in ADB. The findings were benchmarked against the eight recognized MAKE (Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises) knowledge performance dimensions to determine 'high-level' KM trends at the ADB.

A major benefit of this diagnostic tool is that through an independent, third-party study, the Asian Development Bank can benchmark how successful its knowledge strategy and framework is when compared across internal Departments and Missions and against the world's leading knowledge-driven enterprises. A series of Enterprise MAKE Assessments will allow the ADB to monitor the progress of implementing its knowledge strategy and framework over time.

The eight electronic KM Survey was conducted from December 5, 2012 to January 18, 2013. This Report compares the 2012 data findings against previous results and highlights KM trends in ADB.

Contents 

  • Executive Summary
  • Background
  • Enterprise Assessment Tool
  • Data Collection
  • Data Analysis
  • Appendix: MAKE Framework