This book propagates the argument that innovation is heavily influenced by learning, which in turn is driven by knowledge. This means that extensive knowledge (as a basis for good knowledge management) is necessary for learning that is suitable for innovation. Since previous studies have not paid enough attention to determining which types of knowledge can be suitable or defective, this book serves to fill the void through a number of well-written articles by some of the most renowned and respected names in the fields of knowledge management, learning and innovation. From Knowledge Management to Learning Organisation to Innovation offers readers the chance to further enhance their understanding of the knowledge management and learning practices that are relevant to organizational activities. This volume is also designed to alert the management of all organisations to the risks that they could face if the innovation process is not carefully managed. It is particularly unique because of the assistance it offers to companies in avoiding exposing themselves to unnecessary problems should they not ensure that appropriate knowledge and learning processes have taken place.... electronics firms into service-centred ones (Lah et al., 2002); Heneman and Greenberger, 2002; Cunningham, 2004; ... Honda Civic launched a lifestyle- oriented campaign, a#39;Live the Civica#39;, at the Paris Motor Show in September 2000. Hondaanbsp;...
|Title||:||From Knowledge Management to Learning Organisation to Innovation|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2015-01-12|