Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

As both Friday and (Easter) Monday are public holidays, there will be no 08:23 next week. Instead of preparing for the meeting on monday, we…

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Open innovation in emerging markets

Open innovation in emerging markets

On the agenda for next week is a work-in-progress manuscript that is written by Sujith and Hanna Paulose (Department of Consumer Sciences, Ohio State University). The…

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On the Dark Side of Science

On the Dark Side of Science

The participants from last night’s “dark side” seminar posing for the camera! A special thanks to Paavo for his intriguing introduction. Find out more about the…

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Constructing mystery: Empirical matters in theory development

Constructing mystery: Empirical matters in theory development

In 2007, Alvesson and Kärreman published a paper titled “Constructing Mystery: Empirical Matters in Theory Development” where they outlined a research methodology that (in a nutshell)…

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[Dark Side] Fair and double-blind: don’t think so!

[Dark Side] Fair and double-blind: don’t think so!

On the 12th of March, starting at 18:30, the 08:23 research community will host yet another unforgettable evening on the “dark side of science”. Accompanied…

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MCoC in the media - We like!

MCoC in the media – We like!

A few days ago, Nils Wåhlin appeared in an article in the popular magazine “Tidskriften rum”. The magazine monitors the architecture and design world from…

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The challenge of collaboration in health care

The challenge of collaboration in health care

A few days ago, Ulrica Nylén got a paper published in Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration (SJPA). Congratulations! The paper focuses on organising processes in…

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Looking Back on a New Model of Group Development II

Looking Back on a New Model of Group Development II

After having read both the article by Gersick and the first part of the book chapter “Time and Transition in My Work on Teams –…

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Change in the Cage

Change in the Cage

Today Christopher Nicol defended his thesis, “Change in the Cage”. Congratulations! Abstract: This Ph.D. thesis seeks to better understand how change occurs within a group of…

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