Designing knowledge-based systems to facilitate innovation: three cases from practice

N.R. Faber, K. Peters, L. Maruster, R.J. Jorna, R. Van Haren

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Abstract

From a knowledge (management) perspective, behaviour is identified as the consequence of an individual's knowledge (Jorna, 2006). In other words, a change of behaviour requires that an individual changes his knowledge. Innovation brings about the necessity for an individual to change his current knowledge, thus abandoning old insights, and learning new. Knowledge management is the discipline that focuses on such processes of changing knowledge.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2009
EventInternational Symposium on the Management of Industrial and Corporate Knowledge Society - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Duration: 3 Nov 20085 Nov 2008
Conference number: 12
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ConferenceInternational Symposium on the Management of Industrial and Corporate Knowledge Society
Abbreviated titleISMICK'08
CountryBrazil
CityRio de Janeiro
Period3/11/085/11/08
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Keywords

  • knowledge management
  • innovation
  • behavioral change

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Faber, N. R., Peters, K., Maruster, L., Jorna, R. J., & Van Haren, R. (2009). Designing knowledge-based systems to facilitate innovation: three cases from practice. Paper presented at International Symposium on the Management of Industrial and Corporate Knowledge Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Faber, N.R. ; Peters, K. ; Maruster, L. ; Jorna, R.J. ; Van Haren, R. / Designing knowledge-based systems to facilitate innovation: three cases from practice. Paper presented at International Symposium on the Management of Industrial and Corporate Knowledge Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.15 p.
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2009. Paper presented at International Symposium on the Management of Industrial and Corporate Knowledge Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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