Success Factor – Learning and Innovation
How do cooperation systems learn? And how can we tell that they have learnt something? The answer is, when a cooperation system adapts to changed requirements. Successful cooperation management focuses on ensuring that learning capacity is developed on all three levels. Within a society, frameworks are adjusted, and cooperation relationships improve. Organisations then learn to continuously raise quality as they help achieve the joint objective. And the individuals within those organisations develop their competencies, and jointly shape learning processes so that they can help generate sustainable results in their specific context. In conjunction with the changes within organisations and cooperation systems, these human learning processes help create an enabling environment for launching and operationalising innovations.
KeywordsCooperation System Capacity Development Competency Development Cooperation Partner Joint Strategy
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