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Territorial intelligence is also networking! Which strategies could be adopted to create a learning community regarding a public place?

Abstract : Although tools and methods are of major importance for territorial intelligence, each action research begins with the creation of a network of actors and researchers. How to do this? Which strategies are the most efficient and ethically acceptable? The paper analyses how stakeholders of a public place were joined to work together on a new approach of management and use of a certain public place. It compares the different networking strategies used in the five case studies of the Topozym action research.
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Serge Schmitz, Sarai de Graef, Michel Ericx, Luc Scheers, Stéphane Noirhomme, et al.. Territorial intelligence is also networking! Which strategies could be adopted to create a learning community regarding a public place?. 6th International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Tools and methods of Territorial Intelligence", Besançon, 2008, Oct 2008, Besançon, France. ⟨halshs-00985679⟩

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