Oct 302012

Good post by +Harold Jarche.

2. Just because a system is open does not mean that a learning organization will emerge. People need to practice knowledge-sharing through the narration of work and personal knowledge management. Both are simple concepts to understand but take time to become daily practices throughout an organization.

This is true for educational contexts, too.

Thierry de Baillon and Ralph Ohr, in their post on Business Model Innovation as Wicked Problem , conclude the following:
An ever increasing pace of change leads to a decrease in life time of operating business models. Companies are therefore forced to reinvent themselves more frequently by creating new business models. Entering new businesses through open business model innovation exhibits a wicked problem structure. In order to properly address …

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