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  • Driving Innovation

    Sharing Knowledge to Mutual Benefit

    Challenges for Knowledge Transfer - A Time of Change

    7th July 2011

    Dr David Coates

    Head of Knowledge Exchange

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    Why Share Knowledge ?

    The notion of looking outside our own experience to

    gain access to knowledge, ideas and experience that

    would otherwise be the case if we relied solely on our

    own resources

    Open Innovation: [..] inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation, and expand the markets for

    external use of innovation [..].

    Henry Chesbrough et al., 2006

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    Knowledge is...

    Data in context is Knowledge...

    ...Wisdom is how we use this Knowledge

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    Data tells us that this is a tomato

    Knowledge is that this is a fruit

    Wisdom is that tomato should not be

    put in a fruit salad

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    What are the challenges to achieving mutual

    benefit from knowledge sharing?

    Language...

    Timing...

    Absorption...

    Plus appreciating the balance between Virtual & Physical

    Networking

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    Understanding and interpreting the need for a

    common language to effectively share

    knowledge between disparate communities.

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    Accepting that those who we want to share

    knowledge with may be working at different

    speeds and in different timeframes

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    Assisting with the translation of knowledge to

    wisdom where wisdom is a series of steps from

    absorbing to using the new knowledge, and then

    ensuring that value is delivered.

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    For every situation it is essential to establish the

    appropriate balance between physical and

    virtual networking

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    Knowledge Sharing ... listening to other peoples

    needs is quite often more important than what

    you have to say them

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    knowledge Sharing ... may need the help

    of a translator, and intermediary

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    Data in context becomes knowledge that can be

    shared. Knowledge is best shared at the right time,

    with the right people, in the right format and

    appropriately both physically and virtually

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  • Driving Innovation

    Thank You

    Dr David Coates

    Head of Knowledge Exchange

    david.coates@tsb.gov.uk 13

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