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Dr. A. Harkins Opening (Open Seminar)

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  • 1. FLACSO/MN KN SEMINAR Welcome, everyone! We Look forward to a great collaboration!
  • 2. Special Greetings to…
    • Ms. Giovanna Valente, FLACSO Director
    • Dr. Benjamin Temkin, Director of Special Projects
    • Dr. Cristobal Cobo, Professor and Director of Communications
    • Ms. Arlene Arciniega, International Projects Coordinator
    • All participating FLACSO faculty and students
    • All Visiting Minnesota faculty and students
  • 3. MN Introductory Lecture
  • 4. Purposes of the Seminar
    • Experience international collaboration
    • Learn and apply knowledge creation, distribution, and management
    • Learn and apply Leapfrog approaches to knowledge leadership
    • Tie knowledge leadership to innovation leadership
    • Construct a final project or paper that promotes your own career and interests
  • 5. The MN Knowledge Model (Art Harkins and George Kubik)
  • 6.  
  • 7. We’ll come back to the model in a moment…
  • 8. Some Basic Concepts
    • Data
    • Information
    • Knowledge
    • Innovations
    • “ Ideas”
    • Knowledge workers
    • Innovation workers
    • “ Wisdom”
  • 9. Some Basic Concepts
    • Personal knowledge
    • Social knowledge
    • Tacit/implicit knowledge
    • Explicit knowledge
    • How information and knowledge connect
    • How knowledge and innovation connect
  • 10. Some Basic Concepts
    • Empirical knowledge
    • Virtual knowledge
    • Anticipatory knowledge contexts
    • Present/past knowledge contexts
  • 11.  
  • 12. Knowledge Engines
    • Traditional – Newtonian/mechanical
    • Emergent - self-organizing/autogenic
    • Intentional - purposive/teleogenic
  • 13. Knowledge Products
    • Mode Zero – none
    • Mode One – scientific research
    • Mode Two – applied research
    • Mode Three - personal
    • Mode Four - contextual
    • Mode Five – software/IA/AI
    • Mode Six - chaordic
  • 14. Knowledge Dynamics
    • Technologies
    • “ X” factors
    • Ideas and Intentions
    • SWOTs
    • Outcomes and Products
  • 15. Critically Important!
    • Contexts
    • Trends
    • Ideas and Intentions
    • Competition
    • Accidents/Surprises
  • 16. Several core questions for our collaborative seminar:
    • Can knowledge be “managed”?
    • When are we dealing with knowledge vs. information?
    • How important is context in the above two questions?
  • 17.  
  • 18. Thank You
  • 19.