Knowledge Management Model
WP3 A3.2 Developing Knowledge Management Model
Knowledge Management Model (KMM) defines the optimal processes that must be followed by innovation actors located in the project regions. It defines working processes and practices oriented at the creation, acquisition, capture, sharing and use of knowledge, skills and expertise. Knowledge Management is the systematic management of an organization’s knowledge assets for the purpose of creating value and meeting tactical & strategic requirements; it consists of the initiatives, processes, strategies, and systems that sustain and enhance the storage, assessment, sharing, refinement, and creation of knowledge.
The actors of the KMM include four Quadruple Helix members: Research and education, Public administration, Business and Civil society/users. To identify KMM every partner had four Knowledge Management co-creation workshops.
Based on KMM, local public authorities can better design their policies as well their strategy for resource creation investments because they can correlate the needs and gaps of innovation actors with missing assets.
The Knowledge Management Model report is available here.