Chapter 2: Staging: from theory to action
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This chapter reviews the different origins and theoretical foundations of collaborative staging of design and innovation. It outlines staging as a sensitizing concept and a repertoire of ways to configure and facilitate interactions across actors and objects that is illustrated in different ways throughout this volume. With a starting point in participatory design, shaping of technology and theory of organizing the chapter draws up a metaphorically inspired picture of how to understand the staging of design and innovation, the vocabulary and the process. The key concepts and understandings of staging include the development and circulation of objects to translate knowledge and frame negotiations as well as the shaping of discursive spaces to inform a repertoire of approaches of how to make staging actionable for diverse professions.

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