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- PublicationTHE 5-DOOR APPROACH TO ELEARNING FOR THE INTERREG EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH, SOCIAL, AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION MANAGEMENT (EXCELLENCE-IN-RESTI)12 partners from 9 countries in the Danube Region formed a collaborative learning community to design, test, and offer a quality Excellence in Research, Social and Technological Innovation Project Management Programme with the core purpose of increasing the capacity for EU project acquisition, planning, and implementation. The project is funded by the EU Interreg Danube Transitional Programme and lead by The Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Vienna, Austria. The target audience are young professionals, but the programme is open to all interested learners. The curriculum is composed of five modules and 20 classes—offering information, advice, theories, processes, methods and tools to lead participants to success with their projects. The classes are structured to align with the ECTS credit system in EU universities and participants will earn a Certificate of Completion from the Project Consortium. The curriculum will be piloted during an entire year with three face-to-face events, but is intended to be offered fully online and completed through self-assessment in each step.
- PublicationIntegral Sustainovation : a sustainability-based strategic system for leading innovation(Megatrend University Press, 2013)
;Chanaron, Jean-Jacques ;Hedgspeth, C. 122
- PublicationFostering Creative Engagement Through the Use of Collaborative Visual Mapping(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017-05-27)Collaborative visual mapping is proposed in this chapter as a vehicle for exposing and exchanging individual and culturally engrained assumptions, beliefs, and values as a foundation for self-organizing and negotiating distributed leadership (DL) relationships in diverse groups. Findings gained from a transdisciplinary case study suggest that one should focus on emerging interrelationships between group members (not the people themselves) as well as the interrelationships between the chosen roles members take on (not the roles themselves). It was shown that hierarchies in leadership and followership are constructed and dismantled during creative group engagement, shared and exchanged, and guided by the shifting dynamics in diverse groups (the whole gestalt), not by individual actors (as would be the case in traditional leadership practice). Key findings yield six recommendations for curating DL: using creative engagement to reveal the capacities of all group members, engaging group members creatively to stimulate flow states, expanding from binary to multipositional models of leadership and followership, optimizing group diversity, encouraging the celebration of diverse perspectives, and exposing the patterns of emerging interrelationships among group members through visual mapping.
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- PublicationCURRICULUM DESIGN AND INNOVATION IN FIELD-BASED LEARNING: LESSONS FROM THE DOCTORAL PROGRAM IN LEADERSHIP AND SYSTEMIC INNOVATION IN ARGENTINA(IATED Academy, 2018-03)
;Laszlo, Alexander ; ;Serpiello, Nina ;Luksha, Pavel ;Karabeg, Dino ;Castiglioni, Lionel ;Zambon, RWeiss, Gorazd 137