Knowledge Management Strategies in Support for Structural Reforms

Feb 14 – Apr 26, 2024 CEF, Ljubljana, Slovenia No Fee

About this learning event

This blended learning will focus on designing knowledge management (KM) strategies to support the better preparation of the structural reforms (SR). We will discuss the importance of a systematic approach to capturing, packaging and sharing of experiences in preparing the SRs. We will support teams and institutions to better understand learning organization principles and how this aligns with their mandate and work.

This blended learning event will start on February 14, 2024, with a webinar exploring the significance of team learning and knowledge exchange within and among ministries of finance and line ministries. It will be followed by a thorough learning organization analysis.

The next phase will involve a workshop in Ljubljana on March 5-7, 2024 on how to develop a knowledge management (KM) strategy and organize knowledge exchange activities within and across teams and institutions. After the face-to-face event, participants will be supported by a mentor who will assist them in designing their KM strategies. At the online closing session, in the week of April 22-26, 2024, participants will present their refined KM strategies.

During this blended learning, you will:

  • understand learning organization principles
  • assess organizational learning capabilities
  • comprehend KM strategy elements
  • gain skills in developing KM strategies
  • align KM strategy with institutional goals
  • get insights into global best practices
  • understand knowledge exchange tools and techniques
  • learn how to organize knowledge exchange activities
  • improve presentation and communication skills
  • collaborate with other peers and institutions
  • increase personal and professional skills

Who should attend

Coordinators, public officials responsible for HR and capacity development at their institutions, public officials working on a particular sectoral policy at ministries of finance and line ministries, team leaders, and others interested in knowledge management, ERP Coordinators and their teams, public officials working on ERP within line ministries


  • Vincent Ribiere, CEF Associate Fellow, Managing Director and Co-Founder of the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation Southeast Asia (IKI-SEA), Thailand 
  • Saša Aleša Sitar, Assistant Professor at the Academic Unit for Management and Organization at the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana
  • Janez Šušteršič, CEF Expert, former Minister of Finance of Slovenia


This event is delivered as part of the EU-funded multi-beneficiary project “Structural Reforms Better Integrated Within Fiscal Frameworks” (FISR2) implemented by the CEF.

Funded by the European Union