Innovation Communication

Trine Heinemann, Ben Matthews

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Resumé

In this chapter, we provide an overview and discussion of the ways in which ethnomethodologically inspired approaches, that all take as their point of departure a detailed analysis of human practice as it is conducted through linguistic and embodied resources, have been introduced to and implemented within more technologically oriented disciplines of innovation and design. We begin by providing a description of the historical development that led to the recognition that a basic understanding of human practice is vital for innovation and design (1), and an introduction to one particular perspective within the social sciences, ethnomethodology, which became highly influential in this regard (2). We then describe, in turn, three different ways in which the study of human practice has been integrated with innovation and design, first as a method for informing innovation and design (3), then as a hybrid method employed as part of the innovation and design process (4) and finally, as a method for investigating innovation and design processes (5). Building on previous research in these three areas, we conclude by outlining some promising, yet relatively underexplored aspects of human practice to which future research could turn for the benefit of both our understanding of innovation and design and for human practice more generally (6).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelHandbuch Sprache in Organisationen
RedaktørerStephan Habscheid, Andreas P. Müller, Britta Thörle, Antje Wilton
Udgivelses stedBerlin, Boston
ForlagDe Gruyter
Publikationsdato2018
Sider45-64
Kapitel3
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-11-029581-8, 978-3-11-029624-2
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-11-029623-5, 978-3-11-038906-7
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2018
NavnHandbücher Sprachwissen
Nummer14

Fingeraftryk

innovation
communication
ethnomethodology
historical development
social science
linguistics
resources

Citer dette

Heinemann, T., & Matthews, B. (2018). Innovation Communication. I S. Habscheid, A. P. Müller, B. Thörle, & A. Wilton (red.), Handbuch Sprache in Organisationen (s. 45-64). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. Handbücher Sprachwissen, Nr. 14 https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110296235-003
Heinemann, Trine ; Matthews, Ben . / Innovation Communication. Handbuch Sprache in Organisationen. red. / Stephan Habscheid ; Andreas P. Müller ; Britta Thörle ; Antje Wilton. Berlin, Boston : De Gruyter, 2018. s. 45-64 (Handbücher Sprachwissen; Nr. 14).
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Handbuch Sprache in Organisationen. red. / Stephan Habscheid; Andreas P. Müller; Britta Thörle; Antje Wilton. Berlin, Boston : De Gruyter, 2018. s. 45-64 (Handbücher Sprachwissen; Nr. 14).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingEncyclopædiartikelForskningpeer review

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