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Knowledge Creation in Community Development


Knowledge Creation in Community Development

Institutional Change in Southeast Asia and Japan

von: Ayano Hirose Nishihara, Masaei Matsunaga, Ikujiro Nonaka, Kiyotaka Yokomichi

118,99 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 28.08.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319574813
Sprache: englisch

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This book explores how public organizations and not-for-profit organizations (NPO) can be more collaborative, innovative and effective in solving social issues in both developing and developed countries. “Social innovation,” led by social entrepreneurs and/or social enterprises, emerged in the late 1990s, and spread in 2000s. As the West faced management failures, demand increased for corporations to take on more social responsibility. Based on intensive research on social innovation processes at the municipal and the community level in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan, the book analyses the factors that affected the most effective and efficient social innovations.                                              
Chapter 1: Introduction to the Concepts and Frameworks of Knowledge-Creating Theory; Ikujiro Nonaka and Ayano Hirose Nishihara.- Chapter 2: Collaborating on City Planning: A Lesson from Mayor Joko Widodo (2005-2011); Anwar Sanusi; Chapter 3: People-Centric Leadership at Local Level: The Case Study of Yala Municipality, Thailand; Orathai Kokpol.- Chapter 4: Mitaka City Development: Collaborating in Harmony; Ayano Hirose.- Chapter 5: Da Nang City Development; Nguy?n Thi H?i H?ng.- Chapter 6: Antonio Meloto: Empowering the Filipino Poor toward Sustainable and Innovative Communities; Alex B. Brillantes, Jr., and Lizan E. Perante-Calina.- Chapter 7: Social Innovation by a Leaf-Selling Business: Irodori in Kamikatsu Town; Ayano Hirose Nishihara.- Chapter 8: “It Can Be Done”: Economic Forests and Social Entrepreneurship in Doi Tung, Thailand; Ayano Hirose.- Chapter 9: Transformation and Innovation: People-centric Leadership and Management to Tackle Social Issues; Woothisarn Tanchai and Kittima Bunnag.- Chapter 10: Unleashing the Knowledge Potential of the Community for Co-Creation of Values in Society; Ikujiro Nonaka, Kiyotaka Yokomichi and Ayano Hirose Nishihara.
Ayano Hirose Nishihara, Assistant Professor, College of Business, Rikkyo University, JapanMasaei Matsunaga, Deputy Director General, Southeast Asia and Pacific Department, Japan International Cooperation Agency, JapanIkujiro Nonaka is Professor Emeritus at Hitotsubashi University, JapanKiyotaka Yokomichi is Vice President and Professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan
This book explores how public organizations and not-for-profit organizations (NPO) can be more collaborative, innovative and effective in solving social issues in both developing and developed countries. “Social innovation,” led by social entrepreneurs and/or social enterprises, emerged in the late 1990s, and spread in 2000s. As we faced management failures in the West, demand increased for corporations to take on more social responsibility. Based on intensive research on social innovation processes at the municipal and the community level in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan, the book analyses the factors that affected the most effective and efficient social innovations.
Explores social innovation from the perspective of both public administration and knowledge-based managementProvides a comparative study by leading academics and practitioners from initiatives in five major Asian countriesAppeals to students and scholars of political science, public management, and sociology                                                                                                                                                                      

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