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Knowledge & Innovation Management Solutions based on Social Network Analysis

Informal communication of knowledge is a critical factor for the success and failure of organizations. We put our focus on the processes of generation of knowledge and innovation through informal communication within and between organizations.
Social network analysis (SNA) presents a powerful paradigm that is pragmatically applied to grasp the social relationships between individuals as well as between social aggregates for analytical, strategic and operational purposes.
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based on methods of Social Network Analysis.

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Overview over Publicly Available Lessons Learned

As a result from a recent discussion in LinkedIn’s “KM Edge Group”, you will find below as a most useful knowledge management resource a list of publicly available Lessons Learned.

Aerospace Lessons Learned:

see also Transportation and Logistics Lessons Learned

Construction Industries Lessons Learned:

Energy Sector Lessons Learned:

see also Marine Industries Lessons Learned

Finance Sector Lessons Learned:

Marine Industries Lessons Learned:

Public Policy-Making, Government and Administration Lessons Learned:

Transportation and Logistics Lessons Learned:

News from the Knowledge Society: News Non-Knowledge of German Adolescents – an alarming study?

Adolscents have alarmingly little knowledge about headline news, found a new study of Technical University Dresden, funded by DFG.

Quotes from the final report:

“The younger the citizens the less they have encountered news on politics and current affairs: 24 percent of the adolescents, 34 percent of the young adults, and 42 percent of [...]

‘Growing With Innovations’ – Interview in the KHS competence 02.2011 Journal

Regardless of whether companies generate strong sales or have to watch costs carefully when things aren’t going so well, the systematic management of innovations is at risk of being neglected. This is a fatal, creeping process. KHS competence talked to Tobias Müller-Prothmann, head of innovation management at Pumacy Technologies AG, about the appropriate handling [...]

Innovation Networks – contribution to George A. Barnett’s Encyclopedia of Social Networks (SAGE Publications)

Use and integration of external information and knowledge resources provide a major contribution to a company’s innovation processes and outcomes. While focusing on their specific roles is not a new issue of recent research or management practice, external knowledge, meanwhile, has become increasingly important during the last decades. Today, collaboration in innovation networks likely [...]

SSRN’s Top Ten: Paper about our Integrated Innovation Maturity Model listed on SSRN’s top download list

“I²MM – INTEGRATED INNOVATION MATURITY MODEL FOR LEAN ASSESSMENT OF INNOVATION CAPABILITY” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for Change Management Strategy eJournal, POL: Innovation & Strategy (Topic) and Product Innovation eJournal. You may view the abstract and download statistics at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1868223.

Click on the following link to view the Top [...]