From May 2020 to February 2021, through two rounds of interviews and two online workshops, participants in this research project interacted and reflected about changes derived from the pandemic and their implications. These included the nature and extent of second-order learning: changes in beliefs, assumptions, and points of view relevant for transformation. Can Covid-19 … from Introduction to Covid-19 and second-order learning for TIP
This research report explains how the Covid-19 pandemic may have led to second-order learning amongst the Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) community. The first component of the project was developed from May to August 2020 and built through a sample of 16 participants working as funders or practitioners from science, technology and innovation (STI) agencies … from SECOND-ORDER LEARNING FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: REPORT
Blog by Paulina Terrazas, introducing the methods, results and conclusions from the ‘Second-order learning in response to Covid-19’. The possibility to learn from pandemics gives a different sense to the global crisis. As an example, Scholten, Huijskens, and Dörr (2020) explored how the SARS and A/H1N1 pandemics influenced organizational learning in the Canadian Institutes … from Case study: Covid-19 as an opportunity for transformative learning among innovation professionals?
This report by Sandra Boni and Paulina Terrazas introduces the methods and preliminary insights from research designed to trace ‘second-order learning’ effects stemming from the pandemic, understood as changes in beliefs, assumptions, points of view and behaviours relevant for transformation. The project, Second-Order Learning in Response to Covid-19′, seeks to understand the role of learning in … from SECOND-ORDER LEARNING FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Preliminary insights