Join us for an upcoming webinar: How to Use Behavioral Sciences for Better Knowledge Management

Ados May


We'll highlight what behavior science is and its relevance for KM, and share our new training module.



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Wednesday, September 21

8:00 - 9:00 AM EDT



Behavioral Science is becoming an important factor in how we approach problem-solving across different global health sectors and communities of practice, and it’s no different for knowledge management (KM), especially KM for global health. Knowledge SUCCESS has developed an introductory training module on behavioral science for KM to help learners understand how decision-making can be relevant to KM and how to leverage behavioral science for improved KM behaviors and outcomes. This work was led by our partner, Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, in collaboration with Neela Saldanha, Executive Director of Yale Research Initiative on Innovation and Scale (Y-RISE).  


Join us the webinar to get a sneak peek into the training model and learn what it can offer global health professionals and how to apply in your own KM work. 

The webinar will highlight the following:

  • What behavioral science is and its relevance for KM
  • The three questions about behavior we need to understand
  • A framework and case study for applying behavioral science in KM 

French interpretation will be available.


Introduction and welcome

Moderated by Ruwaida Salem, Knowledge Solutions Team Lead, Knowledge SUCCESS

Presentation and Discussion

Presented by Neela Saldanha, Executive Director of Yale Research Initiative on Innovation and Scale (Y-Rise), and Maryam Yusuf, Associate at the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, Knowledge SUCCESS


Not sure you can make it? Register to receive a recording of the webinar.


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