This paper argues the need for a new approach to the management of academic researchers and their research work. It is held that the requirement for a new management paradigm at the universities is accentuated by all the significant challenges in the knowledge production system (described as mode 2, triple helix, post-academic science etc.). The paper not only argues the need for a new management approach but also attempts to sketch an outline of an approach to micro-level management of academic researchers. This approach seeks to strike a balance between autonomy for the academics and organisational steering.
|Place of Publication||Copenhagen|
|Publisher||Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, CBS|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
|Series||MPP Working Paper|
Dette working paper er udgivet som del af REMAP-projektet:REsearch MAnagement Processes under rapid change.
- Academic research management
- Societal demands on universities
- Balancing autonomy and control
- 1st – 3rd order management
Husted, K., Mønsted, M.
, Wenneberg, S. B., & Ernø-Kjølhede, E. (2000). Managing University Research in the Triple Helix
. Copenhagen: Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, CBS. MPP Working Paper, No. 13/2000