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Characteristics of learning environments which support knowledge productivity and which facilitate innovation

par: Joseph Kessels, Suzanne Verdonschot web 111976674546 Suzanne Verdonschot, Tjip de Jong - ; Source Kessels, J.W.M., Verdonschot, S.G.M., & De Jong, T. (2011). Characteristics of learning environments which support knowledge productivity and which facilitate innovation. In IPOB (ed.), The future of knowledge-intensive service work: Theory and practice of managing human and organisational resources. (pp. 221-232). Marburg: Metropolis Verlag.   02-04-2020

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This book chapter summarises two recent studies in the domain of knowledge productivity and innovation, trying to answer the following research questions: 1. If innovation can be regarded as the outcome of a learning process in a social network, what are the main characteristics of the supportive learning environments? 2. Which are the relevant design principles for developing a supportive learning environment for innovation? This chapter is part of a book that is called "The future of knowledge-intensive service work".