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innotracing-ppf-conference version2

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Ian Sutherland

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photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr Leadership & Innovation Processes "Messiness"
- Idea streams, reactions, and counter-reactions
- Emerging, unfolding moments of significance (MOS)
- Micro-level, dynamic social interactions
- Subjective, tacit, intangible, invisible Ian Sutherland, Birgit Penzenstadler, Paul Blazek Hans Lundberg, Hagen Habicht Visualizing the "messiness" of innovation Conference of the Peter Pribilla Foundation
"Leadership for Innovation - Visualizing the Invisible”
Garching, 25/26th of April 2013 Challenge
- Tool to (re)capture and visualize
- Methodology to analyze and conceptualize Can we see it already? We are innotracing the conference
Sign up now! Research Sites - CreSt Workshops - IEDC Bled School of Mgmt
- Streetology - México, D.F.
- cyLEDGE software development - Vienna
- InnoTracing development - Grounded ethnomethodology
- Urban ethnography InnoTrace & InnoTracing Workflow Method Approaches - Opening black box of micro-level, situated action
- Capture & visualize in situ MOS
- Empower participant generated, multi-format data
- Systematically collect & aggregate data
- User-configurable methodologies
- Multi-stakeholder understanding of tacit, intangible & invisible processes
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