Departmental Bulletin Paper An Examination of The Applicability of Nonaka’s Theory in The Empirical Context of UK Urban Regeneration: A Case Study of The Creative Town Initiative in Huddersfield (3) : Looking at the Background in the early 1980s to Creative Town Initiative in Huddersfield
A series of papers aims to examine the applicability of Nonaka’s theory of organizational knowledge creation to the empirical context of urban regeneration in the UK and the Creative Town Initiative (CTI) in Huddersfield in particular. Before examining the application / relevance of Nonaka’s theoretical frameworks to urban regeneration through the process of making the CTI proposal (in 1991-96), which will be discussed at the next papers, this paper looked at the background to CTI. The activities in the early 1980s which led to CTI have been considered. The background in the early 1980s to CTI in Huddersfield illustrated the relevance of the integrated framework of (the TEAM linguistic framework and) Nonaka’s five-phase model in the restricted way.

安達, 義通  ,  安達, 義通  ,  ADACHI, Yoshimichi  ,  アダチ, ヨシミチ  ,  Adachi, Yoshimichi

12pp.15 - 22 , 2017-03-05 , 山梨県立大学
ISSN:2187-4336
NCID:AA12124800
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A series of papers aims to examine the applicability of Nonaka’s theory of organizational knowledge creation to the empirical context of urban regeneration in the UK and the Creative Town Initiative (CTI) in Huddersfield in particular. Before examining the application / relevance of Nonaka’s theoretical frameworks to urban regeneration through the process of making the CTI proposal (in 1991-96), which will be discussed at the next papers, this paper looked at the background to CTI. The activities in the early 1980s which led to CTI have been considered. The background in the early 1980s to CTI in Huddersfield illustrated the relevance of the integrated framework of (the TEAM linguistic framework and) Nonaka’s five-phase model in the restricted way.
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