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Kursusnavn (dansk):Projektklynge: (B29) Netværks-innovation 
Kursusnavn (engelsk):Project cluster: (B29) Network-Innovation 
Semester:Efterår 2010 
Udbydes, e-business (ebuss) 
Omfang i ECTS:7,50 
Min. antal deltagere:15 
Forventet antal deltagere:25 
Maks. antal deltagere:60 
Formelle forudsætninger:This project cluster is open to all master students at ITU and to other Danish and Swedish master students from ict-related programs. As we are looking for a lot of interaction between students - and students and external partners - we are looking for highly active students willing to put in a lot of effort, and expecting high outcome.  
• utilize advanced ict-technologies and advanced collaboration methods for network-innovation and entrepreneurship

• engage in complex knowledge sharing processes in order to produce highly valuable innovation potentials (product, process, service, business etc.)

• reflect on own practice, the theories presented, and discuss how well they apply to real-world practice
Fagligt indhold: This course is especially relevant for ict-students with an interest in learning how to engage in complex knowledge sharing processes with unknown outcome (innovation). You have an interest (not necessarily skills) in creating, developing, designing and/or deploying new products, processes, business etc. and advanced use of ict.

• Innovation – theory and practice (individual-, team-, enterprise-, open-, distributed-, userdriven-, employeedriven, network-innovation etc.)

• Complexity theory, systems practice and design theory

• Networking, Communities of Pratice and Penta Helix Model for business and societal innovation

• Knowledge Based Business Models

• Web 2.0/3.0-technologies as the basis for inquiry, knowledge sharing and innovation

• Visualizing technologies

• How to engage in complex networked collaboration and handling uncertainty – using current ict-technologies

The project cluster will start with an unlearning and de-learning process, followed by action learning of innovations-methodologies.
The project cluster will consist of:
• Internal and external lectures on theoretical and practical generative themes for ict-supported innovation-processes
• Hands-on workshop learning while developing the necessary ICT-tools for searching, selecting, visualizing, tagging, codification, abstraction, diffusion of knowledge
• Learning and applying the mentioned methods for innovation in collaboration with other students and external partners in accordance with the Penta Helix Model (companies, public institutions, universities, NGO’s and citizens)
Students are expected to read theoretical literature during the first stages of the projects cluster. The rest of the course will emphasize action learning and practice.

Eksamensform og -beskrivelse:X. experimental examination form (7-scale; external exam), 7-trins-skala, Ekstern censur

Project examination  

Litteratur udover forskningsartikler: Online-compendium with articles and excerpts from books:

Argyris, Chris & Schön, Donald (1996): Organizational Learning II, Addison Wesley

Baumard, Phillipe (1999): “Tacit knowledge in organisations”, Sage Publications

Benkler, Yochai (2002): Coase’ Penguin, Yale Law Journal

Boisot, Max H.(1999): “Knowledge Assets: Securing Competitive Advantage in the Information Economy”, Oxford University Press

Boisot, Max og Canals, Agustí (2004): Data, information and knowledge: have we got it right?, Journal of Evolutionary Economics

Davis, Mills (2009): WEB 3.0 Technologies

Dreyfus, Stuart E. & Dreyfus, Hubert L. (1980), A Five-Stage Model of the Mental Activities Involved in Directed Skill Acquisition, Storming Media

Drucker, Peter (1995): Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Harper & Row

Herlau, Henrik & Tetzschner, Helge (2005): Fra Jobtager til Jobmager, Samfundlitteratur

Juarrero, Alicia: Dynamics in Action – Intentional Behavior as a Complex System, MIT Press

Kurtz, C.F. &D. J. Snowden, D.J. (2003): The new dynamics of strategy: Sense-making in a complex and complicated world", IBM Systems Journal, Volume 42

Martin, Roger (2009): The Design of Business – why design thinking is the nex competitive advantage, Harvard Business Press

Matlin, Margaret (2005): Cognition, Wiley

Prahalad, C.K. & Krishnan, M.S.(2008): The New Age of Innovation, McGraww-Hill

Pyka, Andreas & Scharnhorst, Andrea (eds.) (2009): Innovation Networks, Springer Verlag

Seidl, David (2002): Dark Side of Knowledge

Shank, Gary & Cunningham Donald (1996): Modeling the Six Modes of Peircean Abduction for Educational Purposes

Stephenson, Karen (2007): Quantum Theory of Trust”,

Scharmer, Otto (2007): Theory U: Leading from the Future as it Emerges, Presencing Institute

US Department of Homeland Security (2008): Illuminating the Path (On Visualizing Technologies)