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Sudan Knowledge

Sudan Knowledge (SK) is an academic and highly professional organisation aims to promote the exchange of knowledge and information about Sudan and actively promote the potential of all Sudanese Diaspora across the world to achieve sustainable development in Sudan. And although Politics permeates many endeavours across disciplines and sub-disciplines, SK does not promote any kind of political views and ideologies that do not efficiently supports knowledge sharing and interaction among the different stakeholders in and outside Sudan. All resources available in SK (digital library, useful links, experts directory, etc) are free of charge and very easy to search. You can simply search by topics (“technology transfer”, “agriculture”, “sustainability”, “knowledge management”, “business excellence”, etc), authors (“Allam Ahmed”) or any kind of keywords you looking for. Please browse all resources available and contact us if you think we can assist you further with all information available in SK. We are also very keen to share our global network knowledge and expertise with the media/press. Please contact us directly if you have any media/press inquiries or if you are looking for an expert comment on a particular subject.

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Objectives

The key objectives of Sudan Knowledge are to:
  • Play a significant role in bridging the knowledge divide between Sudan and the rest of the world and therefore help in the rapid generation and diffusion of knowledge within Sudan.
  • Provide ordinary people, students, academics, professionals, researchers, policymakers, etc with the best available scientific evidence, to enable better understanding of the different opportunities and challenges facing Sudan.
  • Establish a network and directory of Sudanese experts across the world and inside Sudan.
  • Organise workshops, seminars, working groups, etc to undertake different national, regional and global activities and projects.

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Our Teachers

Allam Ahmed

Allam Ahmed

PhD MSc MBA BSc (Hons) FCIM Chartered Marketer

What's Students Say?

Since the dawn of mankind, societies have sought to build infrastructures. These infrastructures can be divided into two regimes, physical infrastructure and intellectual capital, or knowledge, infrastructure. Once a society develops infrastructure the management of that infrastructure becomes paramount so that the society executes its value optimally. In the evolution of societies there is a constant shift from reliance on physical infrastructure to intellectual capital infrastructure. This will continue in perpetuity. This further emphasizes the importance of managing knowledge optimally. This book provides a model and framework for achieving knowledge management at a high level and lays a foundation for how one might think about managing knowledge. Very accessible and a quick read, this book is of value to the novice and executive leadership alike and will provide stimulus for discussions about intellectual capital in many arenas, be the corporate, non-profit, government, defence, and so forth.

Professor Douglas A. Hensler -

Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, USA

Finally, a group of Professors, learned men and women have come together to address the issues of poverty, ignorance and disease through this volume. As Minister of State for ICT, I find this book awakening our minds, as leaders, to the importance of science and technology in our journey, as Africans, towards development. I wish to add that the key starting point, to fully implement what has been so carefully suggested in this volume, is the education of primary and secondary school children and teaching them how to use the keyboard and how to hold the mouse at an early age so that the computer becomes part of these children’s lives. It is always painful to see a very brilliant African student wasting valuable study time, which should be used for innovation projects, still struggling to find where letters are on the keyboard! This is why African leaders must advocate for IT penetration through schools and universities so that young people grow up using computers as part and parcel of their lives. Only then will such people be able to innovate and come up with applicable technologies to change people’s lives.

H. E. John Chrysostom A. Nsambu -

Minister of State for ICT Uganda

In a world economy increasingly built on a knowledge base, managing knowledge capital is key to success for organisations. Doing this well means paying attention to both human and technological capital: knowledge comes from both. But creating, exploiting and managing knowledge well within companies of all sizes is not simply a matter of ensuring that good people and excellent systems are in place. It requires a planned programme of management and, critically, an integrative approach. This book defines the conditions necessary for implementing a properly integrated knowledge management initiative in an organisation. It offers practical, workable advice on developing the optimal conditions for knowledge management, including the issue of securing that all-important buy-in from management and staff. And it focuses strongly on how to develop an integrative, systematic approach. Rooted in the academic literature, and illustrated by studies of complex international organisations that face huge challenges in terms of managing and optimising the value of knowledge to bring success, the authors have developed a practical knowledge management framework that can be applied in any organisational setting. Of course, many organisations successfully pass through the initial implementation phases of a knowledge management programme, but fall at hurdles later in the course because the right attention is not paid to the issue on a long term basis. How many organisations do we all know of who have done exactly this? It is investment wasted and, often, a loss of organisational confidence in its ability to manage the issue. The book addresses this, too, with a substantial section addressed to sustainability and the longer term. In all, there are solutions offered here to issues of great importance in modern organisations, issues that will only grow in significance. Organisations that are serious about marshalling and exploiting their knowledge capital will welcome this kind of help.

Dr. Alma Swan -

Key Perspectives Ltd, UK

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