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Collaborating for Digital Innovation in the Built Environment Unit 4: Micro-Level Collaboration

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AU19531Y
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1 Hour
Unit overview

Unit 4: Micro-Level Collaboration

This unit will explore information theory and communication. We will define data, information and knowledge and explain how these concepts are crucial in digital innovation. This unit will also define the concept of collaboration and explain the relationship between digital innovation and collaboration. Finally, this unit will discuss formal and informal relations in digital innovation.

By the end of this unit, you will:

  • Understand the nature of information and communication.
  • Be able to define communication and discuss cognitive biases in information transmission and reception.
  • Be able to define collaboration from various standpoints such as contractual, sociological, and managerial.
  • Understand the concept of structuration and how it relates to collaboration.
  • Understand how digital innovation is propelled by collaboration and knowledge-sharing across organisational units.
  • Have reflected on examples of formal and informal relations.

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Level Professional
Partner Details Digital Outlook was founded by Dr Beth Morgan and Dr Eleni Papadonikolaki, who worked together at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment at UCL. Despite their distinct areas of expertise, both focus on the digitalisation of the built environment and are experienced teachers, researchers and consultants.
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What you will learn
By the end of this unit, you will:

• Understand the nature of information and communication.
• Be able to define communication and discuss cognitive biases in information transmission and reception.
• Be able to define collaboration from various standpoints such as contractual, sociological, and managerial.
• Understand the concept of structuration and how it relates to collaboration.
• Understand how digital innovation is propelled by collaboration and knowledge-sharing across organisational units.
• Have reflected on examples of formal and informal relations.



Who should learn
Who will find this course useful?
• Early to mid-career professionals in the built environment
• Engineers and consultants
• Managers considering taking leadership roles
• Digital change managers