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Mobilising knowledge for the next wave of sustainability. Leigh Baker Balance 3 & Jenni Goricanec The Wicked Innovation Practice. Consultation in 4 stages. Two inputs The next wave of sustainability The next wave of KM Conversation in groups around questions Plenary.

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Mobilising knowledge for the next wave of sustainability

Mobilising knowledge for the next wave of sustainability

Leigh Baker

Balance3

&

Jenni Goricanec

The Wicked Innovation Practice


Consultation in 4 stages

Consultation in 4 stages

  • Two inputs

    • The next wave of sustainability

    • The next wave of KM

  • Conversation in groups around questions

  • Plenary


Leigh s the knowledge domain of sustainability slides

Leigh’s The Knowledge Domain of Sustainability slides


Km with a twist m obilising k nowledge

KM with a twist Mobilising Knowledge 

  • In the knowledge management arena we also see a shift to a different way of engaging.

  • In this consultation, we use the phrase “mobilizing knowledge” to indicate this shift


Km definitions

KM Definitions

  • Many definitions of knowledge management emphasise “knowledge” as object(s) and the “management” of these. The “knowledge” exists “within an organization”, “embodied in individuals and/or embedded in organizations as processes or practices” (W)

  • More recently with the advent of the Web 2.0, the concept of Knowledge Management has evolved towards a vision more based on people, participation and emergence. (W)


Several views of km

Several views of KM

  • Technocentric,

  • Organizational and

  • Ecological with a focus on the interaction of people, identity, knowledge, and environmental factors as a complex adaptive system akin to a natural ecosystem.


Mobilising knowledge

Mobilising Knowledge

  • This term suggests that there is something different to be done, the emphasis shifts to connecting; it begs the question mobilising knowledge for what or why and then importantly in what context?

  • For us in this consultation it is within the context of sustainability. Not only of the material “stuff” – i.e. energy, water, waste but also of life on this planet including humans


Mobilising knowledge for the next wave of sustainability

"The history of transformational phenomena – the Internet for example, or paradigm shifts in science, or the spread of new religion – suggests that transformation happens less by arguing cogently for something new than by generating active, ongoing practices that shift a culture's experience of the basis of reality" (Zander & Zander, 2000, italics added)


Questions

Questions

  • What we want you to do is

    • Develop your own questions that you would need answered to be able to take on these ideas

    • We will attempt to answer some of these

      • In plenary

      • In the August session

      • And we will challenge you to begin to find your own answers, in your groups or individually


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