Being Lean and Seen events
Panel debate 4.7.2018 for BuildOffSite Residential Hub event, The Height of Design. LJMU's Liverpool Business School and the RISE project were delighted to host this prestigious event and presented current innovative PM research as well as taking part in a lively panel debate about the influence of technology within projects, the challenges of stakeholder interaction and the opportunities for lean and agile working now and in the future. Take a look at a round-up of the event.
Organisational Learning and Knowledge Capabilities Annual Conference 2018
Oral presentation by Dr Martin Rost and Eva Sonnenmoser, University of Stuttgart: Social networking of R&D middle managers in the automotive industry to facilitate ambidexterity
Martin Rost, Eva Sonnenmoser, Birgit Renzl
Ambidexterity – to balance exploitation and exploration activities and to connect them – is a big challenge for organisations. Linking exploitation and exploration activities is mainly a task of the top management team, but networking activities of other groups like managers in R&D can be very important, too. However, it is unclear, which contacts managers use in order to contribute to exploitation and exploration activities. The findings from three case studies in the automotive industry in Western Europe show that ego-networks used for exploration activities were more heterogeneous than those used for exploitation.
Association for Project Management/LJMU Research Showcase in Project Management Research
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