Cultivating Imagination Across Boundaries: Innovation practice as learning through participatory inquiry

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When regarding innovation practice from both a research and a practitioner’s perspective the temptation can be to focus on formal outcomes: technology, concepts, products and services. As a result continuous innovation can be considered a means to streamline the processes necessary to achieve those outcomes. However this understanding of innovation can divert attention from how things and operations are actually achieved. Value may be lost in an innovation process, because the resources of those involved, how they get things done on a day to day basis, are not identified as such. By adopting a perspective that is based on complex processes of relating we argue that innovation can be otherwise seen as the emergence of new meaning that arises from the ongoing gesture and response interactions between those involved through the knowing, doing, making and relating of participatory inquiry and that the practice of doing innovation is inherently learning driven.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference : Operating Innovation - Innovating Operations
Antal sider12
ForlagContinuous Innovation Network
Publikationsdato2014
StatusUdgivet - 2014
Begivenhed15th International CINet Conference: Operating Innovation - Innovating Operations - Corvinus University, Budapest, Ungarn
Varighed: 7. sep. 20149. sep. 2014
Konferencens nummer: 15
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Konference

Konference15th International CINet Conference
Nummer15
LokationCorvinus University
LandUngarn
ByBudapest
Periode07/09/201409/09/2014
Internetadresse

Fingeraftryk

innovation
learning
imagination
interaction
resources
Values

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Sproedt, H., & Heape, C. (2014). Cultivating Imagination Across Boundaries: Innovation practice as learning through participatory inquiry. I Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference: Operating Innovation - Innovating Operations Continuous Innovation Network.
Sproedt, Henrik ; Heape, Chris. / Cultivating Imagination Across Boundaries : Innovation practice as learning through participatory inquiry. Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference: Operating Innovation - Innovating Operations. Continuous Innovation Network, 2014.
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Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference: Operating Innovation - Innovating Operations. Continuous Innovation Network, 2014.

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