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    • PLATICAR: A Knowledge ecosystem for transferring agricultural technology Laura M. Ramírez Cartín Leonardo E. Cordero Jenkins National Institute of Innovation and Agriculture Transference Technology (INTA)
    • What is a knowledge ecosystem ? Is a complex adaptive system (CAS) of people in communities co-located in the same space, physical and/or virtual, in which they cultivated relationships, tools, and practices for creating, integrating, sharing and using knowledge. It’s main objetive is enabling knowledge not manage it, because the knowledge can´t be managed
    • The knowledge pyramid Thomson, 2008 http://adaptivekm.com/ke_more.html#pyramid The trophic (food) pyramid Anderson, 2011 http://schoolworkhelper.net/2011/01/energy-movement-in-ecosystems-trophic-energy-pyramid/ The knowledge ecosystem metaphor
    • The trophic (food) web The relationship web Emment, 2011 http://www.eoearth.org/article/Food_web Thomson, 2008 http://adaptivekm.com/ke_more.html#pyramid The knowledge ecosystem metaphor
    • Thomson, 2008 http://adaptivekm.com/ke_more.html#pyramid Knowledge metapopulation Ecological metapopulation Kayneugux, 2011. http://kayneugux.livejournal.com/615.html The knowledge ecosystem metaphor
    • Panarchy involves cycles of destruction and reorganization providing opportunities for reorganization of the structure and processes of a system. Thus, in a Knowledge Ecosystem, the individuals participating in meetings during the early stages may be different from those maintaining the process once it is well established. Thomson, 2008 http://adaptivekm.com/ke_more.html#pyramid The knowledge ecosystem metaphor
    • Knowledge ecosystem components
    • Value Organizational Model Catalyts The Circles Champion Preexisting Networks Ideology Brafman & Beckstrom, 2008 Pór, 1997 Starfish
      • Sistematize experiencies-Repository-
      • and easy access
      • Comunication between producers-business
      • Close digital gap: ICT capacity building
      • PLATICAR Portal Web profit
      • Capacity building: knowledge management
      • methodologies
      Training Education Build capacities and competences in users and beneficieries
    • Condentation nuclei centers Foster community identity Spaces knowledge fostering Face to face meetings Gathering What is a GECO (KM-Center)?
    • Education-Understanding-Decision-making Participation-Relevance-Commitment Feedback-Adaptation- Lower failure rate Confidence Decreased technologycal adoption timeframe How PLATICAR knowledge ecosystem decreased technologycal adoption timeframe?
    • S Champion Planning Education Replication Systematization Closing digital gap Adoption Feedback Hydroponic
    • Champion Planning Education Replication Systematization Closing digital gap Adoption Feedback ABC
    • Conclusions
      • Building a knowledge ecosystem it is at least 5 years process- Entails actitude shifting
      • Only participative process guaranty PLATICAR
      • K-Ecosystem ownership
      • Knowledge dialoge and mutual respect are pivotal to success
      • Knowledge ecosystem can take different shapes depending on the context.
      • NO two Knowledge Ecosystem are the same!
    •