Quotation Kaiser, Alexander, Feldhusen, Birgit, Fordinal, Birgit. 2013. Vision development as a knowledge creating process. In Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth AnnualHawaii International Conference onSystem Sciences, Hrsg. Ralph H. Sprague, Jr. 3593-3602. Wailea: IEEE Computer Society Press.




The ability to generate new knowledge and to transfer, use and apply existing knowledge is a crucial factor for systems in general and for companies in particular if they want to be capable to meet the future. One of the essential requirements for this process is the vision of the system. This vision has to adhere to certain criteria, i.e. transcendence of existing boundaries, commonly shared commitment and reflection of absolute values serving a common good. Our paper will explore how knowledge-based management and organizational learning from the future can interlock in order to generate an attractive and forward looking overall vision of the system. Moreover this approach should make possible the generation of new knowledge or the sharing and use of existing knowledge possible. The aim of this paper is introducing a framework for knowledge-based vision development in systems and analyzing its aspects of knowledge flows, transfer and sharing.


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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title Vision development as a knowledge creating process
Title of whole publication Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth AnnualHawaii International Conference onSystem Sciences
Editor Ralph H. Sprague, Jr.
Page from 3593
Page to 3602
Location Wailea
Publisher IEEE Computer Society Press
Year 2013
ISBN 978-0-7695-4892-0
Open Access N


Learning from the future
Knowledge-Based Management
Kaiser, Alexander (Details)
Feldhusen, Birgit (Former researcher)
Fordinal, Birgit (Former researcher)
Institute for Data, Process and Knowledge Management (AE Polleres) (Details)
Knowledge Management Group AB (Details)
Research areas (Ă–STAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
1142 Systems theory (Details)
1146 Management information systems (Details)
1925 Knowledge management (Details)
5300 Economics (Details)
5954 Knowledge management (Details)
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