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1. Mentoring Matters

1.1. Knowledge Transfer

1.1.1. Mentor Mentee

1.1.2. How can KM and information systems re-appropriate research from complex adaptive systems to inform system design, organizational design, and governance practices that foster improved knowledge transfer?

1.2. Knowledge Management

1.2.1. Academic Maturity First, there is a trend toward higher cooperation among academics; i.e, drop in single-authored publications. Second, the role of practitioners has changed Their contribution to academic research has been dramatically declining from 30% of overall contributions up to 2002, to only 10% by 2009 information systems, management strategy perspectives organizational Learning

1.3. Innovation Process

1.3.1. Types of Innovation Disruptive Sustaining Diffusion

2. Participants

2.1. Dr. Ofelia Olivero

2.1.1. SciTS & Mentoring: role of the iMentor

2.2. John

2.2.1. Collaboration in practice: role models, use cases & tools

2.3. Andrea

2.3.1. Facilitator Q/A

3. Agenda

3.1. SicTS

3.2. Why Mentoring Matters

3.3. Role of the iMentor

3.4. Strategies for Success

4. Goals

4.1. Aspire to

4.1.1. Mentor Mentor by the example Be a role model Learn how to communicate Master the cultures Master the languages Blend Embrace diversity

4.2. Seek to

4.2.1. Mentee Learn how to communicate Listen, Listen, Listen Felxibilize your brain Be comfortable sharing

4.3. How to

4.3.1. Leverage Diversity & Inclusion Change in process and culture Change management iniatives Organizational development Employee engagement Retention Performance management Human capital / workforce planning Compensation/ Grants Brand advocates & ambassadors Build customer & brand loyalty Recruitment Corporate social responsibility Career and professional development Individual development programs Interdisciplinary collaboration Stakeholder engagement Value creation Strategic partnerships To drive performance and innovation

5. Desired Outcomes

5.1. The iMentor

5.1.1. Understands the concept of Interdisciplinary Science

5.1.2. Exercises self-reflection

5.1.3. Learns to be open minded

5.1.4. Exercises respect and trust

5.1.5. Would be able to put himself on a side

5.1.6. Looks for common ground

5.1.7. Should be able to see the whole picture

5.1.8. Will be a potential leader if circumstances demand it

5.2. Innovation Team

5.3. A community of diverse scientists unified by mentoring connections, ready to establish collaborations and to work in an interdisciplinary fashion

5.3.1. Reward Mechanisms

5.3.2. Link to Amazon

6. SciTS

6.1. 1.a group of interconnected elements, formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their environment.

6.2. Ecosystem:

6.2.1. Landscape Changes in Research Styles From “Silo” scientists need to move to interdisciplinary teams

6.2.2. Opportunity New venues Learning new languages New tools for communication New disciplines to explore New ways to share the work load New modalities on how to share findings Novel way to share the recognition

6.2.3. Collaboration Interdisciplinary Multidisciplinary Transdisciplinary Intellectually challenging New frame of mind

6.3. 2. Any system or network of interconnecting and interacting parts.