From managing to collaborate to learning to collaborate: design principles for a collaboration simulation

P. Hearne

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    Abstract

    The Theory of Collaborative Advantage, an established theory of collaborative practice, and another separate but related stream of research concerning design principles for the transfer of collaboration theory into practice, are considered in the light of an EU funded project that aims to build a simulation for learning collaboration competences. The Theory of Collaborative Advantage is not naturally suited to simulations as it is explicitly not deterministic but elements of the theory were extracted and reframed for this purpose. The design principles were considered for insights into how the simulation might contribute to a learning experience.

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    ConferenceEuropean Academy of Management Annual Conference
    CityParis, France
    Period16/05/0719/05/07

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    Keywords

    • collaborative advantage
    • collaborative practice
    • research
    • learning collaboration competences
    • learning experience

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    Hearne, P. (2007). From managing to collaborate to learning to collaborate: design principles for a collaboration simulation. Paper presented at European Academy of Management Annual Conference, Paris, France, .
    Hearne, P. / From managing to collaborate to learning to collaborate: design principles for a collaboration simulation. Paper presented at European Academy of Management Annual Conference, Paris, France, .
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