Gestion (et/ou) capitalisation des connaissances : quelles perceptions et pratiques au sein des organisations de la société civile de la région Centre du Cameroun ?


  • Calvin Minfegue


gestion des connaissances, capitalisation, Cameroun, pratiques, société civile


Since the early 1990s, civil society organizations (CSOs) in Cameroon are increasingly present in the public arena. Their involvement in the consolidation of a society of law and improving the lives of citizens, has backed out of many practices, signs of development engineering booming. Since the early 2000s, the role of CSOs has clearly evolved (in the nature of its intervention) from being a mere "service" or "sub-contractors" of the government to the status of "co-producer" of public action at both national and local levels (seen here at the municipal level). However, the amount of experience and knowledge to date occurred in the development of CSOs are subject to valuation based on differentiated actors. This communication, while retaining the idea of ??the recent appropriation of the issue of knowledge management by Cameroonian CSOs pose the hypothesis that the diversity of practices is closely related to perceptions that actors s 'make. The article aims to explore in turn the CSOs affect the concept of knowledge management and the relationship with the concept of capitalization, approaches and tools most frequently used content within CSOs, the stronger root level practical knowledge management within organizational matrices and finally the challenges inherent in developing practical knowledge management in organizations of civil society in Cameroon. All these points will be based on case studies and data collected from thirty organizations of the Central Region of Cameroon to focus (since it is the choice that is made here) an empirical approach to even to fill in a "concrete" sub-themes outlined above.