Today we had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Derin Kent, a postdoc at Aalto University. Derin spoke on some of his past research but quickly dug into the nitty-gritty details of temporal uncertainty, and how teams of storm chasers … Continue reading
Category Archives: Boredom
In April Markus was invited to give a talk at the naval base in Brest, France. Markus spoke of extreme contexts and the role of routines in battling boredom. Professor John Carrol at MIT spoke of how to achieve resilient … Continue reading
Igårkväll hade P4 ett inslag om tristess i våra liv. Markus hade förmånen att bli intervjuad om insikterna om hur expeditioner på Mount Everest hanterar det. http://t.sr.se/2ERBE4k
In the recent number of Projektvärlden Markus published a article about boredom. Essentially the point is that boredom is dangerous but it can be managed by relying on routines and updating communication patterns. You find the article here
The paper back version of a more lengthy article in the paper version of Tidningen chef can be found here, here, and here
Kvalitetsmagasinet focuses on management issues from a quality perspective and each issue is distributed to 30000 people. In this article Markus continuous his rant about the consequences of boredom and in what ways it is dangerous and how it could … Continue reading
Markus was interviewed in the program Studio 1 in the national radio channel P1 today. The interview was again about boredom and the dangers of such, and how it could be managed.
The magazine “Chef” wrote yet a article about boredom. This time it was slightly more extensive and published both on the web and in the magazine itself. Pretty fantastic what kind of coverage this idea has contributed with. Link to … Continue reading
Svenska Dagbladet is collaborating with the magazine Chef. Chef is making another piece on our research on boredom. As part of that they are co-publishing the article in SvD. We are very happy to see that our research and efforts … Continue reading
The magazine Arbetsliv is the largest magazine for working environment issues in Sweden. Recently they published a interview with Markus on the research on boredom and its implications for managers regardless of business. You find the article here.