The workplace innovation and quality management (WIQM) research group makes use of and develops analytical tools and methods for how to handle and enable processes of change in which the employees participate, and how one develops innovative skills through better understanding of the dynamics of social systems.
The objective is to achieve an ”ambidextrous capacity” within organisations, that is the ability to have an efficient, stable production at the same time as processes of improvement and innovation are taking place. The team has a commitment in the problematising and operationalising of management strategies and change processes at workplaces.
Through their interest in complexity and organisational learning processes and in dilemmas in the design of production systems, the team contributes with their research to the area of quality development and practiced-based innovation.
The research group organizes on a regular basis research seminars. For more information about the seminars, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Associate Professor,Senior Lecturer
|Can team coaching influence psychosocial safety climate for increased health and efficiency?
|INNOFACTURE - innovative manufacturing development
|Karakuri IoT step 2
|Participatory theatre in the design of public services -network
|Accelerating Innovation at the Fuzzy Front-End of Production System Development
|COPE: Core Plant Excellence
|Embedding innovation-oriented work within lean-production systems
|Möjliggörande av praktikbaserad innovation: Utforskande och utveckling av den pedagogiska effekten av innovation management verktyg
|PIN-C (Participatory Innovation Conference) 2018
|Relatonic simulation - a tool for organisational improvement: About emergence of organisation with interactions and relationships as a base for change
|Wings of Innovation (Innovationskraft)
Organizational learning in consciousness-based education schools – a multiple case-study (Apr 2020) Yvonne Lagrosen, Stefan Lagrosen International Journal of Educational Management (IJEM)
Managing crisis: a qualitative lens on the aftermath of entrepreneurial failure (Apr 2020) Adesuwa Omorede International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal (IEMJ)
Workplace health in wellness - a study on Swedish spa-hotels (Nov 2019) Yvonne Lagrosen, Stefan Lagrosen International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences (IJQSS)
Waldorf Pedagogy as an Innovative Approach for School Health and Learning (Oct 2019) Yvonne Lagrosen European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ECIE)
Let us measure, then what? Exploring purposeful use of Innovation Management Self-Assessments – A case study in the technology industry (Sep 2019) Peter E Johansson, Helena Blackbright, Tomas Backström, Jennie Andersson Schaeffer, Stefan Cedergren International journal of quality and reliability management (IJQRM)
The Entrepreneur in Crisis: A Qualitative Lens on how Entrepreneurs Manage Failure (Sep 2019) Adesuwa Omorede European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ECIE)