Publication date (electronic): 31 March 2006
A framework for knowledge innovation
The study of various knowledge creation approaches (like operations research, systems thinking, cybernetics, complexity, knowledge management, and scientific method) leads to the development of a framework describing a sufficient capability for trans-disciplinary knowledge innovation and knowledge creation. This is done by looking at knowledge creation as a complex phenomenon, and using an appropriate approach, as found in the Cynefin Framework. The proposed knowledge innovation framework highlights the various aspects to be developed in order to define a capability which can be used for knowledge innovation, scientific problem solving, and quality assurance for knowledge work. This framework can be seen as a ‘knowledge technology’ that can be developed and implemented like any other technology.
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