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conversation matters: The Three Eras of Knowledge Management

conversation matters: The Three Eras of Knowledge Management | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

"In this video I describe the Three Eras of knowledge management that I have previously written about on this blog, Where Knowledge Management has Been and Where it is Going – Part One, Part Two, and Part Three.

 

My understanding about the third era continues to grow so I have elaborated the third era in this post. In the earlier blog post I called the third era, “collective knowledge” and I remain convinced that collective knowledge is at the heart of this change. It is the "means," but what is being managed are ideas. So I am using “Idea Management" as the label for the third era both in this video and in the accompanying chart.

 

The first two eras, Information Management and Experience Management dealt with existing knowledge, that is, knowledge that an individual or a group has gained and is available to be shared with others. The third era is about the creation or development of ideas that have not existed before."


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Is scholarship a conversation?

Is scholarship a conversation? | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
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A few weeks ago I wrote that I was not too thrilled with the “threshold concept” theory underpinning the new ACRL information literacy framework.
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The Academic Book of the Future: exploring academic practices and expectations for the monograph.

The Academic Book of the Future: exploring academic practices and expectations for the monograph. | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

What does the future hold for academic books? Rebecca Lyons introduces The Academic Book of the Future, a two-year project funded by the AHRC in collaboration with the British Library in which a 

 cross-disciplinary team from University College London and King’s College London explores how scholarly work in the Arts and Humanities will be produced, read, shared, and preserved in coming years, and investigates key questions around the changing state and modern contexts of the academic book.

What is an academic book?Who reads them?What can technology do to help make academic books more accessible?How can we make sure academic books, whether print or electronic, are kept safe, and preserved effectively?
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Infographic: Research Trends

Infographic: Research Trends | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
Infographic: Research Trends http://endnote.com/blog/infographic-research-trends “From the most popular topics in research to a list of countries with the greatest scientific impact – this infographic takes a look at some of the hottest research trends...
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Unesco publishes its Open Access Curriculum online

Unesco publishes its Open Access Curriculum online | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

Within the overall framework of Unesco’s strategy on Open Access (OA) to scientific information and research, the international organisation has just made a complete set of nine Open Access modules for researchers and library schools available online. 

 

These OA curricula include a set of customised modules which can easily be fitted with the educational needs of different stakeholders and can be integrated with any sensitisation programmes of OA.

 

These curricula will soon be converted into self-directed e-learning tools, which will enable users to self-assess their knowledge on OA and take a learning pace that is initiated and directed by the learners themselves.

 

Unesco also aims to strengthen this initiative by translating the OA curricula into several languages that will increase their reach and impact.

 

Also, with the support of the UK, Unesco has launched its new Transparency Portal, intended to present comprehensive, quality and timely information about the organisation’s projects around the world and ensure that aid effectively contributes to sustainable development.

 

Since its creation 70 years ago, Unesco has championed the causes of education, culture, natural sciences, social and human sciences, communication and information, globally. With this new Transparency Portaland its ongoing Open Access initiatives, the organisation increases its commitment to free and universal knowledge for the benefit of innovation and socio-economic development.


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PlantLab: Urban Farms 40 Times More Productive than Open Fields

PlantLab: Urban Farms 40 Times More Productive than Open Fields | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
A Dutch firm on the cutting edge of indoor agriculture estimates that producing food for the entire world could take place in a space far smaller than the area occupied by Holland, using just 10% o...
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Innovation Excellence | Rewarding Innovation: Beware the Trap!

Innovation Excellence | Rewarding Innovation: Beware the Trap! | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
There are 12 strategic action areas that wise executives need to actively attend to in order to create a culture of innovation within their organizations. While the e-book describing all 12 is free and available, we've been asked to chunk it into 12 smaller articles for LinkedIn Pulse.
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UNESCO’s Open Access (OA) Curriculum is now online | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

UNESCO’s Open Access (OA) Curriculum is now online | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

Building inclusive Knowledge Societies through information and communication” is one of the key objectives for UNESCO’s Medium-Term Strategy. By adopting this objective, UNESCO Member States have recognized that knowledge plays a key role in economic growth, social development, cultural enrichment and democratic empowerment. This decision of the Members States has influenced UNESCO‘s Open Access program, through which the organization received a unique mandate to work on OA policy issues; bridge knowledge pools on OA across the world and build capacities to better understand Open Access.

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FTC report reveals how Google manipulated its search results

FTC report reveals how Google manipulated its search results | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
A few years ago, the FTC decided not to pursue an antitrust lawsuit against Google despite finding that its search algorithm really was biased. Now, we f
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When Rankings Rule Our Thinking | From the Bell Tower

When Rankings Rule Our Thinking | From the Bell Tower | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
No matter how much academics express displeasure about college rankings, the rankings continue to multiply. Each new one claims to offer some advantage over the competition. Will higher education ever be able to bring ranking madness to an end?
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How Arts Education Fuels the Creative Economy

How Arts Education Fuels the Creative Economy | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
Education, particularly in the arts, will play a pivotal role in preparing students' creative capacities and sustaining a creative economy.
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De innovatie van hoe we met elkaar omgaan

De innovatie van hoe we met elkaar omgaan | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

If men are to remain civilized or to become so, the art of associating together must grow and improve (de Tocqueville, 1840) Technische innovaties zijn doorgedrongen tot in alle hoeken van de wereld. 

Op het gebied van hoe we met elkaar omgaan lijken we soms nog in het stenen tijdperk te leven. ‘Parijs’ is daarvan een dramatisch voorbeeld. Aan de ene kant een krant die zijn brood verdient met anderen te kwetsen, aan de andere kant een groep die het normaal vindt om dat met geweervuur te wreken.

Innovatie van de manier waarop we met elkaar omgaan, is de kern van sociale innovatie[1]. Naar analogie van mijn vorige blogpost over technische innovatie, onderscheid ik voor het gemak drie typen.

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Central Casting — The Funding Problems We’re Baking Into the Future of Scholarly Publishing

Central Casting — The Funding Problems We’re Baking Into the Future of Scholarly Publishing | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
As we drift into a scholarly economy with centralized payment mechanisms and greater dependence on government funding, are we truly setting ourselves up for long-term independence and success?
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Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk

Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
Digital material including key historical documents could be lost forever because programs to view them will become defunct, says Vint Cerf
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Multiple Languages, Single Platforms: the World Digital Library

Multiple Languages, Single Platforms: the World Digital Library | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

Multilingual does not always mean multiple accounts or websites. Increasingly, multilingual content is delivered in an integrated way, with two (or more!) languages delivered on the same website, app, or social media platform.

The World Digital Library (WDL) is one example of how multiple languages can be incorporated on single platforms. The WDL is a hub for cultural artifacts that includes books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, journals, photographs, sound recordings, and films. The WDL website is available in seven languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The WDL Twitter account, @WDLorg, posts tweets in those seven languages, as well.

WDL is a project of the Library of Congress and is supported by the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO) and by libraries, archives, museums, educational institutions, and international organizations from around the world.




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The World Digital Library (WDL) is one example of how multiple languages can be incorporated on single platforms.

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Value of Academic Libraries Report » ACRL Value of Academic Libraries

Value of Academic Libraries Report » ACRL Value of Academic Libraries | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

A model for how/what we should be reporting as impact: ACRL Value of Academic Libraries. http://t.co/AX7OO3ZeCv #assessment


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Data for Health: Learning What Works

Data for Health: Learning What Works | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
The rise of health data—from personal health apps to electronic health records—present a new way to analyze health trends. An RWJF advisory committee studied the data and shares insights to inform policies that promote better population health.
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Why Mapping Matters for Amsterdam's Startup Culture

Why Mapping Matters for Amsterdam's Startup Culture | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
Amsterdam is a city known for business with an edge. The Financial Times has called it "A haven for troublemakers, philosophers and dreamers since the 16th century." It had the marijuana-tourism market cornered for decades.
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Innovation Excellence | Innovation as a Core Business Function

Innovation Excellence | Innovation as a Core Business Function | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
If you were to describe innovation, what word would you use? Have you ever tried to define its place in your organization? This post dives into the first steps you should take towards making innovation a core business function.
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How Codie’s robotic toy teaches kids the principles of coding

How Codie’s robotic toy teaches kids the principles of coding | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
Hungarian startup Codie has launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for its robotic toy, which teaches kids the principles of coding.
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Kijken: hoe de ondernemende overheid klimaatverandering kan tegengaan

Kijken: hoe de ondernemende overheid klimaatverandering kan tegengaan | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
The Enterpreneurial State
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Innovation Excellence | Why Big Businesses Fail at Innovation

Innovation Excellence | Why Big Businesses Fail at Innovation | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
Nowadays you’ll likely find more than one news story about why big businesses fail at innovation. Here's a look at the four most common reasons why big businesses fail at innovation.
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Are We at a Tipping Point for Open Data?

Are We at a Tipping Point for Open Data? | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
The number of funding agencies asking researchers to make their data available is increasing and more than half of researchers globally are already doing so. With enforceable mandates finally start...
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Innovatie is belangrijk. Maar voor wie?

Innovatie is belangrijk. Maar voor wie? | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

Ik volg op Twitter #innovatie en #innovation. Dat levert dagelijks duizenden tweets op over elektrische auto's, arbeidsbesparende processen in de bouw, verdienmodellen, slimme robots, CO2-neutrale huizen, ‘gadgets’ en sociale media initiatieven. Allemaal even belangrijk? Zeker niet. De komende vijf blogposts zijn een bijdrage aan de discussie over de vraag wie belang heeft bij welk soort innovatie.

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WareKennis

WareKennis | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it

“YouTube. Je kan er niet meer omheen. Zelfs het Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau zegt het nu hardop: jongeren kijken vooral internet en nog nauwelijks tv. Waarschijnlijk heeft nieuwslezeres Astrid Kersseboom deze introtekst voor het afsluitende item van het NOS Journaal van 20 uur op 19 februari (item start op 21:18) niet zelf geschreven. Dat doen redacteuren voor haar. En redacteuren hebben het door de wegbezuinigde collega’s razend druk.

Een heel rapport lezen van 137 pagina’s, vol met tabellen en grafieken, dat schiet er dan wel eens bij in. Want als ze daar wel de tijd voor hadden gehad, was Astrids openingszin deze geweest:

“YouTube en andere content op internet. Ook al kijken er aardig wat jongeren naar, ze gebruiken de televisie nog altijd veel vaker op de klassieke manier: kijken naar programma’s op het moment dat de tv-zenders ze vertonen.”

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A Lesson from Google in Fostering “Smart Creatives” | HR Daily Advisor

A Lesson from Google in Fostering “Smart Creatives” | HR Daily Advisor | Innovation and the knowledge economy | Scoop.it
I often talk about the characteristics of the people with whom I want to work. In their book How Google Works, Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg talk about
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