Knowledge Markets and Collective Learning: Designing Hybrid Arenas for Learning Oriented Collaboration

Knowledge Markets and Collective Learning: Designing Hybrid Arenas for Learning Oriented Collaboration

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In this book chapter, the authors argue that “Knowledge Markets” might be used as a term to describe how individuals can be engaged in a democratic process where their competence, background, and personal information resources are mobilized in full in a broad and non-biased process. The chapter discusses how knowledge markets can create an arena for change. The authors propose theories about collective learning and performance improvement. They further describe how the principles defined can help to meet some fundamental challenges related to petroleum activities such as drilling. The authors think that the Knowledge Market approach can serve as a model for designing IO arenas to increase collaboration, to improve shared problem solving, and make collective learning more effective. In all kinds of operations performance improvement is strongly related to learning. Book Chapter, 31.12.2012
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