KAPIMS is a knowledge management methodology for participatory Innovation in stakeholder communities.

KAPIMS is based on the report D3.3 Systems Thinking Methodology. Generate the project system thinking framework, Tuula Löytty, Codrin Dinu Vasiliu, Ioan Sebastian Brumă, Lucian Tanasă, Mark Koetse, Justine Vanhalst, Kyriakos E. Georgiou, Edna Yamasaki, Demet Osmancelebioglu, Bruno da Silva, Sebastian Doboș, Kalle Karlsson, Cities2030 Project, 2021

Black-White Game Method

Method developed in Systems Thinking Laboratory (Food for Iasi Living Lab, in RDRP Ecosystem).

Collaborative Learning

Through defending their positions, reframing ideas, listening to other viewpoints and articulating their points, learners will gain a more complete understanding as a group than they could as individuals.(Valamis.com) Collaborative learning can occur peer-to-peer or in larger groups. Peer learning, or peer instruction, is a type of collaborative learning that involves students working in pairs […]

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a risk management tool that identifies and quantifies the influence of potential failures in a process. FMEA analyzes potential failures using three criteria: Once assessed, prioritized failures are addressed with mistake-proofing for preventable failures and contingency plans for unpreventable risks. (goleansixsigma.com)

Critical Thinking

In every domain of human thought, and within every use of reasoning within any domain, it is now possible to question: In other words, questioning that focuses on these fundamentals of thought and reasoning are now baseline in critical thinking. (Richard Paul, Linda Elder, and Ted Bartell)

Decision matrix

A decision matrix is a tool to help you select and make the best decisions by evaluating them based on a set of key criteria. This is especially useful if there are multiple important factors that affect your decision-making process or if there are huge consequences coming out of the decision you’re trying to make. A […]

Concept map

A concept map or conceptual diagram is a diagram that depicts suggested relationships between concepts. Concept maps may be used by instructional designers, engineers, technical writers, and others to organize and structure knowledge. A concept map typically represents ideas and information as boxes or circles, which it connects with labeled arrows, often in a downward-branching […]

Cynefin framework

Cynefin offers five decision-making contexts or “domains”—clear (known as simple until 2014, then obvious until being recently renamed), complicated, complex, chaotic, and confusion—that help managers to identify how they perceive situations and make sense of their own and other people’s behaviour. (Wikipedia)