ON THE LINK BETWEEN FUTURE STUDIES AND NECESSITY OF INCLUDING CORROSION IN A “DESIRED FUTURE” SCENARIO: PRESENTING A MODEL
Keywords:Corrosion knowledge management (CKM), Possible and desired Futures, Participatory Action Learning
In this paper a model is developed to address how a bad, man-made incident such as corrosion as an element for moving from a possible future to a desired future must be handled within a Participatory Action Learning scheme. The possible mechanisms (including corrosion knowledge management as a managerial tool) are also addressed and discussed.
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