3.2. Using multistakeholder processes/approaches for knowledge sharing to support local innovation

Version 0.15 October 2012 (working draft)

Intended audience:  research managers and researchers, information/communication managers and professionals, IT professionals

It is accepted that not all forms of interaction and collaborative work can be carried out in the context of online activities. In many situations, and for many different reasons, real face-to-face collaboration involving multiple stakeholders over substantial periods of time can be very productive where other types of interaction might fail. This Pathway introduces the user to multi-stakeholder processes of this sort and shows how they can be used to contribute to local innovation.