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Projects as Knowledge Swirls in the Technological Innovation. Romania’s Situation

The present paper uses as research basis a new way of thinking regarding the relation between innovation and knowledge - the Knowledge Flow Percolation Model (KFPM). In this model’s centre, human beings are seen as thinking electrons, both consuming and generating knowledge flows. Through the interdependent actions of individuals, knowledge circulates inside organisations, allowing functioning and innovating in order to obtain competitive advantages. But there is a wide range of barriers which impede the creation and movement of flows in the model grid and consequently, hinder their change into innovation. The solution proposed by this paper as one of the most adequate instruments to make KFPM more spreadable is the project. On this basis, in an empirical study, we try to demonstrate the hypothesis of the positive influence of projects, as knowledge swirls, on the development of innovative skills which will help solving problems in the organisation, creating and widening of knowledge and reducing the barriers in knowledge transfer.

Author(s):

Daniela Popescul    
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
Romania

Mircea Georgescu    
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
Romania

Juan Miguel Alcántara Pilar    
University of Granada, Faculty of Education, Economy and Technology in Ceuta
Spain

 

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