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  1. Oct 2021
    1. There is less agreement about the type of knowledge needed for innovation and the generation of growth and development. A contribution to this line of thinking is the literature on recombinant knowledge, exploiting a key insight in Schumpeter (1912) and Usher (1954) that innovations result from new, untried combinations of existing elements

      Never tried before mixes of ideas lead to innovations. How to promote this way of working in organisations is a challenge when most of the effort goes into performance orientated tasks.

  2. Mar 2021
    1. there are nine perspectives for KM measurement

      The nine perspectives are: analysis based; area based; factor based; indicator based; method based; metrics based; model based; parameters based; process based.