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  • 1. Academicians’ collaborative activity in Europe - Observations - Theoretical thinking - Communicational means - Questions Juhani Anttila June 20121
  • 2. Academicians in Europe Bjorn Andersen Juhani Anttila Bo Bergman Roman Boutellier Tito Conti Jens Dahlgaard Honorary (3) Kostas Dervitsiotis Emeritus (3) Ronald Does Yury Gusakov Academician (23) Teun Hardjono Companion members (1) David Hutchins Roland Jahnke Associate members (7) Vadim Lapidus Corresponding (6) Istvan Lepsenyi Anton Lauber Paul Lillrank Pal Molnaŕ Su Mi Park Tilo Pfeifer Viktor Seitschek Lars E Sorqvist Janos Takacs Greg Watson2 xxxx/1.6.2012/jan
  • 3. Nordic sub-regional group of Academicians Academicians (IAQ) (23) in Europe 4 3 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 3 1 13 xxxx/1.6.2012/jan
  • 4. Academicians’ activity as IAQ members in Europe + 22 Academicians Me Own individual development National impact (*) Sub-regional impact (*) Regional impact (*) Global impact (*) (*) personal image, research, speeches, writings, collaboration, universities, projects,4 conferences, etc. xxxx/1.6.2012/jan
  • 5. Communications in / from / to the IAQ Community  E-Mailing - Usable for in one-to-one communication - Unreliable - Ineffective in group communication Effective communication is crucial - Especially ”Reply to all” should be avoided for the operation of the IAQ as a  Intranet in the ASQ domain community. - Difficult to use and maintain - Ineffective in use What are the needs for enhancing  Homepage in the ASQ domain effectiveness and transparency? - Usable for broadcasting of information - Passive  Phone, SMS - Good for acute one-to-one communication - Disturbing - Expensive  Physical meetings - Necessary for networking - Expensive, time consuming - Difficult to arrange  Publications - Difficult to know what and where - Slow5 xxxx/1.6.2012/jan
  • 6. Enhancing quality of a network with effective participation and communication Target: Highly effective learning in networks (2) Degree of Com interactivity mun between network it members Deg y ( Per kno ree o 3) m  m w f Low High son al the ledge sharin net with g wor in (1) k Degree of connectivity among network members Quality of a network with m members (Based on the win-win situation: S = what to get from the other 0  0 members, A= what to give to the other members):6 Value of the IAQ community network is presumably rather low! xxxx/1.6.2012/jan (Ref.: Gloor)
  • 7. The knowledge-conversion process: Tacit  Explicit Knowledge conversion process, SECI: t Tac Taci it Knowledge Explicit Exp it Tac Conscious licit Socialization Externalization Sub-conscious S E Tacit I C Tacit Expl Internalization Combination t ici it Exp plic7 licit Ex 3528/14.5.2009/jan (Ref.: Nonaka - SECI, Shiba)
  • 8. DICOLE social media (Web 2.0) technology for IAQ internal communication Login to the Dicole system of the authorized persons with the Username and the Password: http://iaq.dicole.net Using the Dicole tools • ”Summary”: Opening page after login; Connect to the other pages by clicking icons or hyperlinks. • ”Blogs”: Discussion topics; Members’ individual contributions, blog posts and comments • ”Wiki”: Community’s shared knowledge-base; Editing and commenting texts • ”People”: Networking information; Community members’ professional profiles • ”Group administration”: Invitations, user statistics, etc.8 xxxx/1.6.2012/jan
  • 9. Academicians’ activity in Europe Questions: • How many quality professionals we have all together in Europe and its organizations and how to get influence on them? • How to enhance commitment and engagement of the European business leaders and authorities on quality management? • How to enhance Academicians’ activity in European national quality organizations, universities, professional organizations, and EU? • What is the situation with the quality training and educations at European universities? How to get interplay with them? • How to collaborate with the European Academy of Quality Sciences (activated by IAQ Acn’s Jens Dahlgaard and Su Mi Dahgaard-Park)? • What is the contribution of the Academicians for the development of the European quality culture? How to get European innovations in quality methodology? • How to increase mutual communication among the European Academicians? How to activate Academicians to use modern interactive technology to enhance multilateral communication advantageously?9 xxxx/1.6.2012/jan