International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge, and Capabilities (OLKC 2014: Circuits of knowledge)
April 22-24, 2014
Date of Presentation
The Informed Systems Approach offers models for advancing workplace learning within collaboratively designed systems that promote using information to learn through collegial exchange and reflective dialogue. This systemic approach integrates theoretical antecedents and process models, including the learning theories of Peter Checkland (Soft Systems Methodology), which advance systems design and informed action, and Christine Bruce (informed learning), which generate information experiences and professional practices. Ikujiro Nonaka’s systems ideas (SECI model) and Mary Crossan’s learning framework (4i framework) further animate workplace knowledge creation through learning relationships engaging individuals with ideas.
M. Jaabæk, & H. Gjengstø
BI Norwegian Business School
Somerville, M. M.,
Bruce, C. S.,
Informed Systems Approach: New directions for organizational learning.
Paper presented at International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge, and Capabilities (OLKC 2014: Circuits of knowledge) in Oslo, Norway.