Background and activities
How should leaders relate to technology that develops at a high pace? Competitive benefits are both increasingly important, more difficult indentify and also they are transient. This leads to a need for high innovation pace and capability, in an increasingly globalized world. Focusing on learning and trust, one can create an organization that's able to recreate itself over and over again. Many companies will choose to focus on further developing the core of what they already do, and for many, this can have a potential for value creation. Cooperation is the new competitive force, and Norway has good prerequisites for tackling this. By "daring" to cooperate with knowledge communities, suppliers and even competitors, our research shows that both innovation outcome and value creation potential are significantly stronger.
NORSI PIMS and more about me
I am currently doing my PhD with the Norwegian Research School of innovation - Programme in Innovation Management and Innovation Strategy (NORSI PIMS). My research interests are the speed of innovastion processes; teaming; and learning in innovation processes. I have a keen interest to look into how these processes work in the Maritime cluster at Møre.
As an Entrepreneurship gardener at NTNU in Ålesund I followed the student enterprises and represent AaUC as chair person of the board of Young Enterprise Møre og Romsdal (Ungt Entreprenørskap). I have taught in subjects such as Innovation Projects, Organization and Management and others. I have also supervised some Master students in varying magnitude.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database