AbstractThis track explores the process of arts-based initiatives, ABIs, (Schiuma, 2011; 2013) in the context of practice-based innovation (Melkas & Harmaakorpi, 2012). According to Schiuma (2011, pp. 2–3), an ABI is the planned managerial use of art forms to address management challenges and business problems with the aim of developing employees and infrastructure that affect the organizational value-creation capacity. ABIs integrate the traditional rational-based perspective of the organization with the emotive-based perspective of organizational life and its components. The organizational knowledge creation process depends on the integration of “technical knowledge“ with emotive knowledge. The arts provide approaches and innovation action tools to handle emotional and evocative dynamics within and around organizations.
CitationOwens, A. & Passila, A. (June 2015). Rattling- Arts Based Initiatives in learning and transformation. Special Track at the 10th International Forum on Knowledge ASSET dynamics: Culture, Innovation and Entrepeneurship: connecting the knowledge dots. Bari: IKAM
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