Monthly Archives: May 2011

Research that challenges established assumptions

Sandberg and Alvesson (2011) discuss two approaches to good research questions in a recent article in Organization. In a time where researchers are increasingly measured and evaluated based on the number of published articles, the tendency seems to be that … Continue reading

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Yes! First project funded

I am excited to announce that we yesterday got the message that we have got funding from the Norwegian Research Council for a project on innovation in healthcare. Together with the Intervention Centre at Oslo University Hospital and Department of … Continue reading

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Healthcare innovation research, time to scale up

While there have been a number of interesting studies of innovation in the British and the US healthcare sectors, and still more to come, this is still an under-researched area in Norway and Scandinavia. The public funding by wealthy social … Continue reading

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