This paper focuses on how people who form, participate and embody experience and practice-based communities address complex issues. To improve the understanding of the social dimension of organizational learning in context of practice-based innovation, we propose an aesthetic perspective on change which draws from art and creative practices to foster innovation. The paper explores collective learning as a self-regulated emerging transformational process. A Finnish and Canadian cases are presented to support and illustrate the study
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