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"Researching Enterprise Development" is written by the key researchers of a large Norwegian Action Research programme on enterprise development (Enterprise Development 2000). This book tells the stories of how the seven participating modules were developed, created and sustained as Action Research activities. Based on these stories, reflection on a broader analysis of core issues of the programme are given on the following topics: the processes within the programme and changing models for leadership; how research groups become proficient as action researchers; local research as networking with the regional business community; enhancing the innovation capacity of participating companies; and participation and democratic processes in enterprise development. The reflections and stories provide detailed accounts of how this action research programme was developed and ample ideas on how action research modules can be implemented for other enterprise development projects.
More About the Author
Morten Levin (born 1946) is a Norwegian sociologist and Professor of Organization and Work Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
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