L2C: Learning to Collaborate
Effective collaboration dynamics are at the core of learning, knowledge exchange and innovation processes. Nevertheless, in today’s global environment, a large number of collaboration initiatives fail to deliver the value expected, as complexity is enhanced by the diversity and the distributed nature of the people, groups, and knowledge sources and by the knowledge integration processes involved. Effective collaboration competencies are hence emerging as a key condition for productive and sustainable value creation at the individual, team, organisational and inter-organisational level.
The project builds on interdisciplinary scientific/academic models and best/worst practices and experiences to identify the factors inhibiting effective collaboration (“Collaboration Traps & Challenges”), and the interventions required to reduce these risks (“Collaboration Management Competencies”).
After integration, this know-how will lead to the development of:
A certain number of simulations are designed as part of this project
Note: The Eagle Racing Simulation was used in the AtGentive project.