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MKWCI TV2: Student creativity at its best! November 17, 2016

Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in change management, innovation, prosocial motivation, relations at work.
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mkwci-tv2-logoMSc students at BI Norwegian Business School have been working hard over the semester at our course Managing knowledge work, creativity and innovation to come up with 13 innovation stories under the umbrella of MKWCI TV2. These are stories about success, growth and scaling-up, they are also stories about learning from failure. Narratives about technological, process and service innovations, about innovation process, change agency, prosocial motivation, startup cultures, challenges of scaling up, as well as about the innovation outcome itself. Video testimonials come from private and public sector, from healthcare and social care, shipping, transport, green economy, municipalities, IT sector, sports, dealing with technological distractions and behavioral change through gamification, and shared economy. Lessons learnt? Good innovation stories are all around! And it is remarkably engaging to learn about them as innovation journalists. Enjoy the show!

MKWCI TV 2015 November 20, 2015

Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in creativity, innovation, learning networks, relations at work.
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Have to say this, I am really proud of my MSc students at BI Norwegian Business School for the work they have done. MKWCI TV is a BI Learning Lab project created by students of major in Leadership and change, within the course Managing knowledge work, creativity and innovation. Students assumed the role of innovation journalists and co-created 12 digital video recorded narratives about chosen concepts and ideas from the course in real-life settings. Stories of success and failure, all deep learning about what is the role of people in innovation processes. Enjoy the show!

 

 

No man is an island: Relations at work (video added) August 20, 2015

Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in prosocial motivation, relations at work, social network analysis for management.
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Looking forward to tie the knot over the process of becoming a full professor at BI Norwegian Business School. The inaugural lecture I have prepared for August 28th at BI in Nydalen, Oslo, C2-060 has a title No man is an island: Relations at work. If you have time, interest and are in vicinity, please register and come on over:  http://www.bi.edu/about-bi/calendar/inauguration-lecture-professor-miha-kerlavaj/

… and here is the video of the event:

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