How to establish knowledge sharing from the very first moment in critical and risky Business Model Innovation project

Peter Lindgren, Lena Ulldall, Annabeth Aagaard

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    Resumé

    Joint action and knowledge sharing are fundamental aspects of business model innovation for businesses to meet the complex Business Model Innovation challenges; for example, think about 12 business jointly innovating on the establishment of a new concept of a balanced energy plant project where the business have to work in symbioses; 5 interdiciplinary groups innovating on 5 very different and complex businesses business model challenge and 22 independent business collaborative innovation on the establishment of a new Business Model Innovation incubator platform.

    Yet, cognitive science and best practice tools have had little to say on this topic because for many years perception, action, and cognition have been studied without taking their role in social interaction related to BMI seriously (Sebanz 2006). However the establishment of a “room” for social BMI interaction is essential at the very first moment of the meeting between the involved different participants – who often are unknown to each other. It lays the fundament for knowledge sharing and learning to the Business Model Innovation project – and the ground for whether the BMI project will succeed and be implemented.

    The paper aims to understand the cognitive mechanisms “at the very first moment of the BMI moment ” supporting business model innovation participants ability and motivation to act together with each other in the BMI projects. The paper address knowledge sharing and learning in high risky and sensitive areas of Business Model innovation - where business and actors open their core business, core business model and core competences – and expects trust. Through 3 cases from different BM Ecosystems we show knowledge sharing practice in new business model innovation projects.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    Publikationsdato2015
    Antal sider17
    StatusUdgivet - 2015
    BegivenhedIFKAD: International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics - Palace Hotel, Bari, Italien
    Varighed: 10. jun. 201512. jun. 2015

    Konference

    KonferenceIFKAD: International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics
    LokationPalace Hotel
    LandItalien
    ByBari
    Periode10/06/201512/06/2015

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    Lindgren, P., Ulldall, L., & Aagaard, A. (2015). How to establish knowledge sharing from the very first moment in critical and risky Business Model Innovation project. Afhandling præsenteret på IFKAD: International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, Bari, Italien.
    Lindgren, Peter ; Ulldall, Lena ; Aagaard, Annabeth. / How to establish knowledge sharing from the very first moment in critical and risky Business Model Innovation project. Afhandling præsenteret på IFKAD: International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, Bari, Italien.17 s.
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    2015. Afhandling præsenteret på IFKAD: International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, Bari, Italien.

    Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaperForskningpeer review

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