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Knowledge is a critical component of any project. It is often the source of innovation projects in that knowledge may open new technical possibilities or reveal new needs that can be met. This book presents the results of research aimed at enhancing understanding of the role of knowledge and of its production in innovation projects. The stand-out difference in this research lies in the view of what knowledge is. Traditionally, knowledge is viewed as something that resides between the ears and may be tacit or explicit. The researchers in this effort adopt a more recent perspective that treats knowledge as “objects” constructed by project participants for practical purposes. In other words, knowledge exists not abstractly in the brain, but concretely in the form of external representations ranging from sketches or email texts to high-resolution images and prototypes. Content:
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