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Virtuous Spiral or Vicious Circle ? Creating and Distributing Innovative Knowledge within Universities. Martin Rehm, Amber Dailey-Hebert, Katerina Bohle Carbonell & Karen D. Könings 20th International EDiNEB Conference, Milton Keynes (UK), June 2013.

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Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

Virtuous Spiral or Vicious Circle?

Creating and Distributing Innovative Knowledge within Universities

Martin Rehm, Amber Dailey-Hebert, KaterinaBohleCarbonell& Karen D. Könings

20th International EDiNEB Conference,

Milton Keynes (UK), June 2013


Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

universities are challenged to tackle interconnected, ill-defined problems in need of innovative solutions


Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

vs.

Top-Down Approach

Bottom-Up Approach


Bottom up approach

Bottom-Up Approach

  • make use of faculty’s tacit knowledge composed of their on-the-job experiences (e.g. Gherardi & Nicolini, 2000)

  • transforming individuals’ tacit knowledge into new explicit knowledge

     contribute to the process of (innovative) knowledge creation within organizations.


Tacit e xplicit knowledge

Tacit  Explicit Knowledge

&

Innovative Knowledge Communities (IKC)

Social Interaction


Main research question

Main Research Question


Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

How do educational innovators collaborate and spread their newly gained knowledge throughout an organization in “bottom-up” initiatives?


Research model

Research Model


Setting

Setting

  • Maastricht University

    • 3-year project: “Learning and Working”

      • all faculties

      • new target groups

      • innovative learning approaches


Instruments

Instruments

  • Social Network Analysis

    • In- & Out-Degree Ties

      • The amount of connections sent / received

  • Knowledge Sharing Attitudes

    • Individuals’ knowledge sharing intentions (IKSI)(Bock, Zmund, Kim, & Lee, 2005)


Social network analysis

Social Network Analysis


Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

all ties among members


Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

only “frequent” out-degree connections


Knowledge sharing attitudes

Knowledge Sharing Attitudes


Virtuous spiral or vicious circle

Note: Group A; N = 10 (50%); Likert scale 1 (strong disagreement) – 5 (strong agreement)


Conclusion

Conclusion

a first preliminary idea of how educational innovators collaborate and spread their newly gained knowledge throughout an organization in “bottom-up” initiatives


Outlook

Outlook

  • expand the scope to include a broader group of individuals from within an entire organization  Groups B & C

  • cross comparison of initiatives

    • Park University

      • 2-year project innovate faculty development


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