Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.14/101426
12 Visitors13 Hits0 Downloads
Innovation knowledge acquistion : the tacit knowledge of novices
IFIP TC12 International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing (20 - 23 September 2006 : Adelaide)
Shi, Zhongzhi; Shimohara, K. and Feng, D.. Intelligent information processing III : IFIP TC 12 international conference on intelligent information processing (IIP 2006), September 20-23, Adelaide, Australia, p.259-268
Innovation has become recognized as a key factor in the success and even sustainability of an organization but solutions to acquiring knowledge related to innovation are lacking. Strategies such as multidisciplinary teams, suggestion boxes and incentive schemes, flat organizational structures allowing the mail clerk access to the CEO are some of the techniques employed in industry. In this paper, we suggest a psychology-based technique using scenarios to measure innovation expertise. To date we have used our inventory on a novice population, but will soon administer it to an expert population. We present the findings to one of the scenarios and note that the results are contrary to what was actually done or suggested by the innovator.