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Journal Issue
Volume 17 Issue 2 / Dec 2019  pp100‑170

Editor: Shaun Pather

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Application of Boundary Objects in Knowledge Management Research: A Review  pp100‑113

Saima Kanwal, Miguel Baptista Nunes, Muhammad Arif Chen Hui, Andrew D. Madden

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Decentralizing Knowledge Management: Affordances and Impacts  pp114‑130

Ulrich Schmitt

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Management Change Impact on Organizational Learning in a Business School  pp131‑143

Karen Voolaid, Üllas Ehrlich

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Teaching Innovation to Strengthen Knowledge Creation in a Digital World  pp144‑157

Carolien van den Berg

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to demonstrate design principles for a teaching and learning environment that will strengthen the ability of students to become competent digital innovators. The impact of digital transformation on business and society is palpable, forcing organisations to become more responsive, agile, creative and innovative. Moreover, competitiveness is determined by the ability to apply new knowledge to facilitate innovation through the use of digital technologies. A two‑year research study was conducted at a university in South Africa to develop a framework for digital innovation skills. The data were analysed in a four‑phase design‑based research study that applied mixed‑methods research. The research has important implications for the design of a learning environment that facilitates knowledge creation in a digital world. 

 

Keywords: Future skills, Digital innovation, New world of work, Authentic learning, Life-long learning, 21st-century skills, Higher education institutions

 

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The Role of Social Capital in Knowledge Sharing in Higher Education Institutes  pp158‑170

Abdulqaadir Diriye

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