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The partner journeys will produce and consume a number of "knowledge" deliverables.

In a global cross-sector partnership, the mutual relationships between these deliverables will be actively pursued so as to achieve lean content management and knowledge conversion1:

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The content, extensiveness and language of deliverables will be determined by the level of scope at which partners are responsible.

A Platform for Collective Intelligence

In a recent blog post Geoff Mulgan (2018)[1] discusses how collective intelligence can support achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (and How the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) could become more like a platform). In the figure below (also on page 20 of [2] [3]) we have summarized some of the key points from the post.

A platform for a collective intelligence in support of the #2030Agenda

While all the proposed processes and capabilities have their specific challenges, we conjecture that collaborative #tagcoding and wiki-editing [2] [3] would facilitate the communications among all stakeholders, and would free much time for the substantial action that is most needed.

Deliverable structure and content for the international and national levels of scope could be structured by insights from the UNDP Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results [4], and it may be sufficient that these deliverables are only created in a few languages.

In contrast deliverables for households and small business must be focused on specific economic activities and public services, and they must be written in local languages.

#tag2wiki

#tag2wiki (the figure below is at page 22 of [2] [3]) provides a business model for an accelerated provision of information on economic activities and public services in multiple local languages "simultaneously".

#tag2wiki: A model for an accelerated provision of development content in a national multi-language wiki
Bibliography
1. Mulgan, G.: Collective intelligence and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals How the
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) could become more like a platform; (28 September 2018, Nesta Blog).
2. Goossenaerts, J.: #tagcoding handbook - Structured hashtags for an accelerated localization of knowledge for sustainable development. Leanpub (October 2018, url).
3. Goossenaerts, J., Chenais, G. : Manuel de #tagcodage - Hashtags structurés pour une localisation accélérée des connaissances au service du développement durable. Leanpub (May 2019, url).
4. UNDP: Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results Level of scope (2009, url).

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