Article we have been working on was accepted by European Jorunal of Management Sensemaking in sensory deprived settings: The role of non-verbal auditory cues in emergency assessment ABSTRACT:Emergency calls are high-stake situations characterized by volatile and time-critical conditions. The use of the … Continue reading
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The other day Markus was interviewed by the magazine Chef about the research on Everest. Again routines and communication was emphasized. They put the heading, not Markus… https://chef.se/han-knackte-chefernas-gata-pa-mount-everest/
Markus was briefly interviews by the local radio today about the research on the risk and management of boredom. Länk till artikeln här
Here we are hard at work with the analysis of Robert´s first article where we examine sensegiving in the context of the Swedish police.
Honestly, there’s time for work and there is time for play. Tonight it was the latter. Parts of the group were enjoying some food together, life as an academic, methods and why we fo what we do. In addition of … Continue reading
TripleED are happy to welcome Virginia back home after having spent a couple of months at HEC Montreal during the fall.
2ND EDITION DOING RESEARCH IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS: from methodological to ethical considerations This workshop in the Organizing in Extreme Contexts series will focus on the methodological and ethical considerations associated with doing research in extreme contexts. Extreme contexts include ” … Continue reading
This week TripleED had the pleasure to host a workshop on experimental methods for extreme environments. Besides the usual suspects of TripleED there was a group of international scholars and collaborators invited to both provide both useful comments and mini-workshops. … Continue reading
Some of TripleED meeting for a few days to discuss bids and papers. Academic life do not always have to be so serious…
Today Markus had the pleasure to present a paper on boredom and the formation of routines. Great audience with plenty of good comments!