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Impact of Research – Transfer, Translation and Practice. Harry Scarbrough Director, ESRC’s Evolution of Business Knowledge programme. Modes of knowledge transfer. Communities of practice.

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Impact of research transfer translation and practice

Impact of Research – Transfer, Translation and Practice

Harry Scarbrough

Director, ESRC’s Evolution of Business Knowledge programme


Modes of knowledge transfer

Modes of knowledge transfer


Communities of practice

Communities of practice

  • Community of practice “An activity system about which participants share understandings concerning what they are doing and what it means in their lives and for their community” (Lave & Wenger, 1991)

  • Challenges the view that knowledge is an object that can be transferred from one place to another

  • People learn by working with others – they learn not only the practice but to be a practitioner

  • Importance of shared meanings & identity

  • Knowledge leaks and sticks according to divisions in practice


Skateboarding as a social practice

Skateboarding as a social practice

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Impact of research transfer translation and practice

Knowledge transfer across contexts

Translation activities

Practitioner groups


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Knowledge transfer is mediated by the available institutional mechanisms

  • The success of knowledge transfer across contexts is linked to the sharing of knowledge within contexts

  • The success of knowledge transfer is linked to the active translation of knowledge by practitioner groups


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