Recent Submissions

  • Tiltak for en mer bærekraftig verdikjede 

    Tokle, Kine (Bachelor thesis, 2021)
    Denne oppgaven har tatt for seg hvordan en bedrift som produserer hydrauliskutstyr kan oppnå en mer bærekraftig verdikjede. Servi holder nå på å legge om sin strategiplan for å være ledende innen bærekraft i sin bransje, ...
  • Linking land use inventories to biodiversity impact assessment methods 

    Scherer, Laura; De Laurentiis, Valeria; Marques, Alexandra; Michelsen, Ottar; Alejandre, Elizabeth Migoni; Pfister, Stephan; Rosa, Francesca; Rugani, Benedetto (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    There is generally a mismatch in the land use classification of life cycle inventory (LCI) databases and life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) methods. This mismatch can hinder the proper assessment of land use impacts on ...
  • Identifying Barriers for Digital Transformation in the Public Sector 

    Bjerke-Busch, Linn Slettum; Aspelund, Arild (Chapter, 2021)
    The last decade has brought ubiquitous and low-cost digital tools that efficiently solve administrative and commercial functions. As a result, we have observed an acceleration in organizational changes as organizations ...
  • The Dialogical Approach to Workplace Innovation 

    Johnsen, Hans Christian Garman; Hildebrandt, Clare Roberta Louise; Aslaksen, Hildegunn Mellesmo; Ennals, Richard; Knudsen, Jon Paschen (Chapter, 2021)
    This chapter presents a Nordic-based research approach, aimed at encouraging dialogical processes and broad participation at work, in order to support workplace innovation. The approach has been implemented in Norway and ...
  • Academics for sustainable development: Exploring consequences and dilemmas of transdisciplinary research approaches 

    Witjes, Sjors; Ahlström, Hanna; Vildåsen, Sigurd; Ramos-Mejia, Monica (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Engaging in transdisciplinary (TD) research should include acknowledging that researchers can and should take into account power dynamics between the actors in the TD collaboration. An ethical and political stance is ...
  • Production Planning for Atlantic Salmon under Uncertainty with Impact of Extensive Site Management 

    Næss, Martin; Patricksson, Fredrik Selnes (Master thesis, 2019)
    Norwegian salmon production has expanded and then flattened over the past few years, due to strict regulatory requirements which limit the opportunity of increased production. However, new technological advances have ...
  • Tactical Production Planing for Atlantic Salmon Farming Under Uncertainty of Salmon Lice 

    Aasen, Randulf Martin (Master thesis, 2021)
    In this thesis we develop an optimization model for tactical production planning during the seawater stage of the Atlantic salmon farming value chain. We develop a stochastic model that accounts for uncertainty in salmon ...
  • The critical role of sensei in developing lean leaders 

    Zanchi, Matteo; Gaiardelli, Paolo; Powell, Daryl John (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    The aim of this paper is to illustrate how lean training initiatives developed through the intervention and support of a sensei can contribute to the development of lean leadership traits in team managers. The study is ...
  • Project Managers’ Career Development in the Contract Research Organization 

    Huang, Bingyang (Master thesis, 2022)
    A trend towards projectification of work has given rise to increasing attention in the implications of career development for project professionals in the contract research organization. To meet this trend, the purpose of ...
  • Splintered structures and workers without a workplace: How should safety science address the fragmentation of organizations? 

    Nilsen, Marie; Kongsvik, Trond; Almklov, Petter Grytten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Organizational fragmentation presents a challenge to prominent safety perspectives hinged upon the traditional concept of the organization. The continuing disjunction in the workplace has reached new heights in the recent ...
  • Use of Technology in the Study of Team-Interaction and Performance 

    Sjøvold, Endre; Olsen, Trond Rikard; Heldal, Frode (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Direct observation of groups is labor-intensive. As a result, current research on small groups often relies on retrospective ratings. Recent developments in sensor-technology have eased data gathering, leading to a renewed ...
  • Acting with inherently uncertain data: practices of data-centric knowing 

    Mikalsen, Marius; Monteiro, Eric (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Data-driven data science challenges our conceptualization of “data.” Significantly beyond capturing a given phenomenon, data, increasingly, are the phenomenon. Data may be iteratively manipulated algorithmically, undermining ...
  • Environmental Management Systems: barriers to successful integration 

    Ferid, Linda (Master thesis, 2022)
    Case studies of how organizations overcome barriers to the integration of Environmental Management Systems through knowledge integration
  • Reintroducing the sharp-end operator to organizational learning: How accident reports are used by maritime officers 

    Mallam, Steven; Wahl, Aud Marit; Aas, Jonas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    When accidents occur in the maritime domain substantial efforts are devoted to their investigations in order to improve safety at sea. Investigations often result in detailed and elaborate descriptions of the sequence of ...
  • Exploring the Application of Lean Best Practices in Remanufacturing: Empirical Insights into the Benefits and Barriers 

    Pawlik, Elzbieta; Ijomah, Winifred; Corney, Jonathan; Powell, Daryl John (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Remanufacturing processes have been widely identified as being important elements of a sustainable economy. However, the commercial viability of this product recovery route is significantly influenced by several operational ...
  • Beyond the lean manager. Insights on how to develop corporate lean leadership 

    Holmemo, Marte Daae-Qvale; Ingvaldsen, Jonas A; Powell, Daryl (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Although leadership is consistently found to be the main success factor for lean transformations, our knowledge about how to develop the necessary leadership competences at the level of the individual and the organisation ...
  • When Digital Lean Tools Need Continuous Improvement 

    Holmemo, Marte Daae-Qvale; Ingvaldsen, Jonas A; Korsen, Eirik Bådsvik Hamre (Chapter, 2021)
    Lean practitioners have traditionally been reluctant to automate and digitalize production. Over the last years the combination of lean and digitalization has been actualized in academic publications, but still there are ...
  • ‘Fake Lean’; On Deviating from an Ambiguous Essence 

    Benders, Jos; Holmemo, Marte Daae-Qvale; Ingvaldsen, Jonas A (Chapter, 2021)
    The term ‘fake lean’ is useful as it points to the various ways in which lean is put into praxis. At the same time, ‘fake’ in this expression condemns particular uses. Against the background of literature on organization ...
  • Cost-effective development of small discoveries on the Norwegian continental shelf 

    Fedorov, Semyon (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2022:79, Doctoral thesis, 2022)
    Today, the oil and gas sector remains Norway’s largest measured in terms of value added, government revenues, investments and export value. The Norwegian continental shelf is a maturing production area, which means that ...
  • Entrepreneurial Passion in Entrepreneurship Education 

    Neergård, Gunn-Berit; Aaboen, Lise; Widding, Øystein (Chapter, 2022)
    By interviewing alumni about their experiences of entrepreneurship education and post-graduation careers, this study explored how students can harness entrepreneurial passion in a venture creation programme. The findings ...

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