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Journal Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3 / Aug 2016  pp113‑190

Editor: Vincent Ribiere

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Editorial  pp113‑114

Vincent Ribiere

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Taking a Knowledge Perspective on Needs: Presenting Two Case Studies Within an Educational Environment in Austria  pp115‑127

Alexander Kaiser, Florian Kragulj, Thomas Grisold

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Abstract

Abstract: Needs that are shared by members of an organization can trigger an organizational learning process. To a large extent, needs are implicitly anchored in organizations and people can hardly articulate them. In this article, we present Bewextra, a method that allows for identifying hidden needs in organizations. Thereby, we trigger a knowledge conversion process, which is similar to Nonakas SECI‑spiral. In two case studies, we present how our Bewextra‑process is applied to projects in educational contexts in Austria. In a first case study, we show that a combination of learning from past and future experiences extend the scope of the overall outcome. Since learning from future experiences requires a distinct environment (enabling spaces), we pre sent a second case study. Here, we conducted a Bewextra‑process with a large number of participants (n > 170), focusing on learning from future experiences. 

 

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