jueves, 4 de diciembre de 2008

Dyna-K-Net or Generation of Knowledge Dynamics in the university environment

What is the Dyna-K-Net? How can their added value within a STP 3.0?

In reality the concept itself of Dynamic Knowledge Network and Knowledge Network Dynamic is also not new and has been applied to various environments related Knowledge Management well in the field of e-Learning applications or as support in the generation and storage knowledge.

One very interesting book that delves into a DKNS (Dynamic Knowledge Network System) as a tool designed to create corporate reports needed to preserve the experience and expertise of employees in an enterprise is the "Intelligent Learning Infrastructure for Knowledge Intensive Organizations of Miltiadis D . Lytras (2006).

From this approach, it is possible to find a point of extrapolation that I consider interesting and I wanted to share with my pillow. "

Imagine for a moment a very dynamic environment of people who are a source of knowledge in various stages of his life: start with a knowledge learned out of this environment and will subsequently expanded, refined based on knowledge transfer programs previously designed (with more or lesser success but that we are not going to discuss here).

Imagine for a moment an environment in which people each year fall by 30% for both new and with new visions of life.

We call these people or K-Knowledge Nodes nodes or nodes Knowledge (well, do not expect to feel very flattered by the term coined but we continue ...)

With such rotation of K-annually Nodes are allowed to have elements of "fresh" in the fresh and say they can PROVIDE different visions of any issues that were raised and therefore has to be perceived that the environment I am talking about is enriched years after year with generational changes.

I'm going to put a name to that environment: A UNIVERSITY, whatever is valid but my discussion will revolve around the closer I got that may have close to 16,000 K-Nodes formed by students, PDI (Teaching and Research) and PAS (Personnel Management and Services):

So let us now a network (never better said: neuronal) 16000 elements solving a problem ... the same problem (either individually or in the form of crowsourcing). So a voice suddenly, it seems that it would be hard not to find the solution.

Although at this time there to reflect on its usefulness ... What I could be available this "neural net"? What would happen if a company would launch a challenge to the Dyna-K-Net, the challenge to help find a solution to a problem that I had (at the technical level, management, ...) and to give more excitement over a period no more than 72 hours. (and why 72? and not 48? or 128? ... well precisely because it is setting a challenge and see how far the Dyna-K-Net is able to resolve an issue within a given time ... then everything is adjustable ).

How many business problems remain unsolved for lack of "workforce" or rather to "think-force"? Is it necessary to have knowledge of business management to resolve the issue? (I do not think so, we must not underestimate the contributions of others that have nothing to do with the problem, which does not prejudice the outcome, which are not "flawed" by the business environment ... these "outsiders" are the generators ideas of "cool" and often high value added)

Where are the limitations in this process? What are the impediments to developing such an activity?

and now comes the question: how to reason K-Nodes to contribute their bit?

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