When academics and practitioners work together on research, there’s no standard template to follow. Two innovative projects provide models.
Co-creating research with managers can increase public confidence in findings — but requires careful balance.
Moving away from traditional research methods can feel like entering uncharted waters. Four scholars describe what you may find.
When does website for a research methods course get 30,000 hits? When the course shows how to make research rigorous and relevant.
When researchers treat practitioners as peers, greater insights result. Arne Carlsen describes how to build relationships with “the other.”
Researchers are used to collaborating. But working with practitioners on research — and publishing the results — can pose unfamiliar challenges.
Collaborations between researchers and managers can produce insight and impact, but publication can be difficult. Top editors advise on the path to print.
Hear directly from four scholars who have worked with practitioners to co-create knowledge. They share benefits, challenges, and practical tips.
How can researchers co-create knowledge with practitioners? Jean Bartunek describes how different perspectives can spark learning.
NBS seeks to bridge the gap between research and business practice by providing researchers with resources on how to co-create knowledge with practitioners.
Sustainability centre staff and directors from around the world discuss three approaches for doing research with impact.
Effective collaboration between academics and companies is critical for management research. It can (1) inspire research topics that are relevant to business...
Winners of the 2016 Research Impact on Practice Award describe how they developed their work on industrial symbiosis' environmental and economic benefits.
Advice on doing research that impacts practice from business school sustainability centre leaders around the world.