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Knowledge maturing - Learning Layers Theory Camp


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The knowledge maturing model presented at the Learning Layers Theory Camp

The knowledge maturing model presented at the Learning Layers Theory Camp

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  • 2. • The knowledge maturing model is intended to be an analytical model – describing collective knowledge development phenomena – classifying them into characteristic patterns or changes of characteristics (via phases) – deriving technical (tool design) and non-technical interventions through activities and their characteristics 2
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  • 5. 5 NICE Guidelines Living DocumentsREFLECT „sharing barrier“ stability Ongoing discussions Point of reference
  • 6. • The phase model describes knowledge development • Usually we observe and support artefact development – Representations of knowledge • Misalignment of artefacts and knowledge maturity is often (but not always!) an issue to be addressed 6
  • 7. Linking it to reflection 7
  • 8. • Find relevant digital resources • Embed information at individual or organisational level • Keep up-to-date with organisation-related knowledge • Familiarise oneself with new information • Reorganise information at individual or organisational level • Reflect on and refine work practices or processes • Create and co-develop digital resources • Share and release digital resources • Restrict access and protect digital resources • Find people with particular knowledge or expertise • Communicate with people • Assess, verify and rate information 8
  • 9. • Provide feedback • Respond. • Recommend, suggest & advice • Irritate & challenge • Structure & organize • Make aware • Encourage • Evaluate & assess results • Coordinate • Create opportunities • Reward • Monitor activities & progress • Give legitimation 9
  • 10. • Knowledge Maturing Phases • Knowledge Maturing & Guidance Activities • Knowledge Maturing Indicators – For making knowledge maturing traceable, both for usage in tools and for ongoing evaluation 10
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  • 12. • Maier, Ronald, Schmidt, Andreas Explaining organizational knowledge creation with a knowledge maturing model Knowledge Management Research & Practice, vol. 2014, no. 1, 2014, pp. 1—20 PDF • Krogstie, Birgit R., Schmidt, Andreas, Kunzmann, Christine, Krogstie, John, Mora, Simone Linking Reflective Learning and Knowledge Maturing in Organizations In: 3rd Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning, co-located with ECTEL 2013, 2013 PDF • Kaschig, Andreas, Maier, Ronald, Sandow, Alexander, Lazoi, Mariangela, Barnes, Sally-Anne, Bimrose, Jenny, Bradley, Claire, Brown, Alan, Kunzmann, Christine, Mazarakis, Athanasios, Schmidt, Andreas Knowledge Maturing Activities and Practices Fostering Organisational Learning: Results of an Empirical Study In: Sustaining TEL: From Innovation to Learning and Practice 5th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, EC-TEL 2010, Barcelona, Spain, September 28 - October 1, 2010. Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 6383, Springer, 2010, pp. 151-166 PDF 12