Bridging policy and delivery with knowledge: the case for intervention


Public policy is shaped in many different ways and uses research for different purposes. Evidence-based policy-making occurs within this context of competing values, knowledge sets and power relationships. Understanding the knowledge architecture, and developing a knowledge strategy, underpin intervention within an interactive knowledge and records strategy. Policy outcomes are delivered through knowledge processes, involving multiple actors, and knowledge landscapes map out their resources and venues. A knowledge strategy bridges policy-making and delivery by coordinating knowledge flows and deployment.

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