DILG Regional News
DILG R-3 assesses knowledge management practices of LGRRC 3 external stakeholdersApril 3, 2012
City of San Fernando, Pampanga To effectively assess the Knowledge Management (KM) practices of LGRRC stakeholders, the DILG Region 3 in coordination with the Local Government Academy recently conducted a KM Audit at the DILG Region III Conference Room here.
DILG R3 Director Florida Dijan said the activity was aimed to determine the level of KM readiness of the LGRRC 3 external stakeholders, specifically their knowledge strengths and assets as well as their weaknesses and barriers which will provide a concrete basis for better KM strategic planning and programming in the region.
“The workshop also enabled the stakeholders to identify knowledge areas for improvement and opportunities that need to be sustained and further strengthened,” said Dijan.
“Such knowledge plans and strategies will lead to the development of KM centric organizations which, in turn, would result to a more effective and efficient service delivery to Central Luzon residents,” she added.
The activity was participated in by representatives from BFP, PNP, NEDA, DTI, DENR, DepEd, CSC, LGUs and State University and Colleges (SUCs) who were earlier identified as major service providers along the areas of governance based on the LGPMS which are administrative, social, economic, and environmental governance.
Dijan likewise expressed thanks and appreciation to the participants and urged their active participation in order to effectively assess their respective organizations’ KM readiness as well as identify the gaps which need to be addressed.
In order for the participants to better appreciate the audit, LGRC Program Coordinator Joel Cruz gave an overview of the concept of Local Governance Resource Center (LGRC), Knowledge Management (KM) and Knowledge Management Audit.
KM Audit Tools consist of KM Assessment, Knowledge Mapping, Knowledge Capital Plan and Social Network Analysis were administered by LGRRC 3 KM Audit Coaches composed of CDD Chief Darwin David, OIC-MED Chief Lerrie Hernandez, ITO I Melerie Pineda and AO IV Miriam Gaviola.
In closing, ARD Jonathan Paul M. Leusen, Jr. expressed optimism in filling the need for a project on good governance that would result to a more effective and efficient service delivery to respective clients.
“We are looking forward to a more active participation of external stakeholders in the operation of DILG R3 LGRRC,” he said.