Beverly Tyler (Poole College of Management) will present a conceptual model she and a colleague have developed and ask those attending the WRM to weight the factors in the model and provide feedback on causal relationships. The conceptual model is based on fundamental concepts of the dynamic capabilities resource-based view—path dependency, social complexity, and causal ambiguity— team management, and team science literatures. This model links funding source’s initial structuring of interdisciplinary R&D projects with the team’s evolving work processes and emergent cultural states to enhance the development of team knowledge meshing capabilities, which ultimately impact team performance outcomes. Innovation to solve major societal problems in healthcare and security will require the collaboration of scientists across multiple sectors, organizations, and disciplines. Please attend and share with Beverly your perceptions of the factors that are key for successful radical innovation in such projects.
Sponsored by the Laboratory for Analytic Sciences
LAS aims to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of academic, industry, and government researchers, analysts and managers together to re-engineer the intelligence analysis process to promote predictive analysis. LAS will do this by conducting both classified and unclassified research in a variety of areas of research. The research done in this area will serve as the foundation for mission effects and integrated back into the enterprise.
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