I talk a lot about learning on this blog. Because in my definition of knowledge management, it's a central part. So the equation is KM = CDL. But the conversation and documentation parts feed that learning. As is also the case in Jaap Pels's KM framework: But what do I do exactly, concretely, at my…
Open Innovation is now widely recognized as a way to enhance options for innovation by accessing external assets. However it can mean many things to many people; from running a crowdsourced idea scheme like Lego Ideas or MyStarbucksIdea, through to large co-branded initiatives like Senseo.
Three Princes of Serendip “were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things they were not in quest of.” Today, all anyone remembers are the accidents. But equally important is sagacity, which the chemist Louis Pasteur famously called “the prepared mind.”
“What kind of mind is it?” Lawley asks. “One that thinks more systematically than simple cause-and-effect.” In other words, it’s a mind that’s open to the unexpected, to thinking in metaphors, to holding back and not jumping to conclusions, and to resist walls between domains and disciplines. It’s a mind that looks a lot like Joi Ito’s.·
I would suggest we are perhaps at different stages depending on different approaches to KM. Maybe we are (rightly) in the trough of disillusionment with KM as a technology-only solution, but on the slope of enlightenment with KM as a holistic and strategic approach built on behaviour change.
Home » Articles » The Essentials of Knowledge Transfer The Essentials of Knowledge Transfer by Diane Thielfoldt & Devon Scheef Organizations face a double threat: The lost knowledge of mature workers walking out the door, and the lost opportunity...
This year as ever - no, more than ever! - our attention will be a battleground for all kinds of media and dissemination channels pumping out 'stuff' whether legitimate, wanted, useful, applicable, or not. With an attention span that is currently estimated at a staggering 8.25 seconds, no wonder that our books, papers, articles, communities…
It’s all about the transfer of tangible and intellectual property, expertise, learning and skills between academia and the non-academic community. It’s also well recognised by government and funders as an important return on the UK’s investment in academic research, one that provides a significant driving force for enhancing economic growth and societal wellbeing. For academics, KT can be a way of gaining new perspectives on possible directions and approaches for research. This two-way exchange element of KT is at the heart of successful and sustainable collaboration.
Mónica Díaz's insight:
Transferencia de conocimiento es un término utilizado para abarcar un amplio rango de actividades y apoyar la colaboración entre universidades, negocios y el sector público.
KT puede ser una forma de ganar perspectiva sobre posibles direcciones y enfoques para investigación.
Cuando los estudiantes entran a la fuerza de trabajo, traen conocimientos que ayudan a regenerarPublicaciones y eventos especializadosInvestigación colaborativa – universidades y polos industrialesConsultoría – consejo experto sobre algún tema.Licencias – por el uso de resultados de alguna investigación.Nuevos negocios – llevar resultados disruptivos de investigación hacia la creación de nuevos negocios.
Tres factores importantes:
(1) Toma esfuerzo y tiempo para hacer que funcione
(2) funciona mejor cuando la gente se encuentra para intercambiar ideas, algunas veces en forma de serendipia, para identificar nuevas oportunidades.
(3) necesita apoyo práctico y activo en un nivel institucional entre compañías y universidades – para animar una cultura de acceso abierto e innovación abierta.
Session Description: The business value of knowledge is to enable the knowledge worker, and support them in making the most effective and efficient decisions. Knowledge is as much a raw material for the knowledge worker as parts and tools are for the manual worker. We can therefore think of KM as being the supply chain for …
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