Category Archives: knowledge and learning

What does it take to learn technology entrepreneurship?

Practice. This is what it takes, hard work and practice. But this is not all, it also requires systematic learning. I am not talking about (or even interested in) those few (but often famous) one-off entrepreneurs making it by chance. … Continue reading

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We are recruiting (innovation in healthcare)

I am now writing the job advertisements for two interesting new positions in our research group at BI (particularly Prof.Håkan Håkansson, Assoc.Prof.Per Ingvar Olsen and myself). Both projects provide ample opportunity for collaborating with leading national and international researchers. This … Continue reading

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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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Learning beyond comfort zones

Together with my colleague, Bjørn Erik Mørk, I will next week facilitate a workshop on how to teach management students about  learning at the 2011 Conference for Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC). In other words, we try to turn … Continue reading

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On controversy and innovation process

Why do innovations tend to ‘explode’ into multiple versions when inventors seek to realize them? Why do most innovators seem to promise too much certainty about the future? And why is it so hard for innovations to succeed in finding … Continue reading

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