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The relationship between knowledge mapping and the open innovation process: the case of education system

Abstract : In an increasingly competitive economic environment, innovation has become an invaluable asset to the organization and for effective knowledge management (KM). Nowadays, organizations are knowledge based and their success and survival depend on creativity, diversity, and innovation. A knowledge map is a vital tool for better KM and innovation. To this effect, the innovation processes on KMin education system through knowledge transfer activities will facilitate the shift from teaching as knowledge transmission to teaching as learning facilitation. In this context, we present a new approach based on, the one hand, the critical knowledge mapping being based on an extraction work of the expert knowledge and on the other hand, the description of the conceptual framework design which allows one to exploit and integrate knowledge capitalized and external knowledge by the open innovation process. In addition, this practice makes it possible to examine how KM, in particular, the knowledge mapping, can be used to establish the flow of the internal and external information in order to increase the efficiency of creativity and invention.
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Menaouer Brahami, Nada Matta. The relationship between knowledge mapping and the open innovation process: the case of education system. AI EDAM, Cambridge University Press (CUP), In press, pp.1-13. ⟨10.1017/S0890060419000325⟩. ⟨hal-02390401⟩

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