Category Archives: organizing

Alternative explanations to innovation success

All too long since updating the blog, but the moving from Oslo to Berkeley together with wife and four kids, and then handling all the bureaucracy and other things in this place where we will spend the next year has … 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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Easter; time for catching up

We are approaching the end of an incredibly busy semester, both related to teaching and researching. While finding teaching really interesting, I now look forward to having more time to focus on research. Currently, I am writing several articles related … Continue reading

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