Kharisma Priyo Nugroho is the Program Lead Knowledge Production and Intermediation and Coordinator of knowledge to policy hubs on learning and capacity development of the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI). In this interview he talks to On Think Tanks' Leandro Echt about his arrival to KSI, the restructuring of the programme, and its implications in the relationship with partners (grantees) and capacity building strategy, and how Indonesian political context frames the role of policy research.
Posts by Leandro Echt
Roberto Fendt, Executive Director of the Brazilian think tank CEBRI, talks to On Think Tanks' Leandro Echt about his professional career, his motivations to join a think tank, the initial managerial challenges he faced, and the differences with working in the public sector.
Miguel Pulido, former Executive Director of the Mexican think tank FUNDAR, talks to On Think Tanks' Leandro Echt about his arrival to the executive direction, the initial challenges he faced in strengthening the think tank, the transition and how he intends to capitalize what he learned in for future plans. Miguel offers excellent advice to any current and future think tank director.
The On Think Tanks Interview: Raquel Zelaya Rosales, President of the Board of Directors and former Executive Secretary of ASIES
In this interview, Raquel Zelaya offers a candid look at over 20 years of public life at the helm of one of the leading think tanks in Central America. She talks about the relationship between boards and managers, the importance of diversity and promoting women in think tanks, and how to manage and effective leadership transition.
The business model is an essential part of think tanks sustainability. In this post Ashari Cahyo Edi and Leandro Echt, outline a research project aimed at understanding what are the key aspects that characterise effective business models in think tanks in Indonesia and Latin America.
In this interview, Javier Portocarrero, Executive Director of CIES in Peru tells us about his own experience, the challenges he has faced on the job, and his achievements. He views that Peruvian think tanks' face an important funding challenge: foreign funding is rapidly shrinking. The interview is also in Spanish.