List of all posts

Below is a list of all blog posts published on the Integration and Implementation Insights blog.

2018

208. You are biased! by Matthew Welsh
https://i2insights.org/2018/09/18/confirmation-bias/

207. Ten steps to strengthen the environmental humanities by Christoph Kueffer and Marcus Hall
https://i2insights.org/2018/09/11/strengthening-environmental-humanities/

206. Maximizing use of research evidence – how can funders help? by Bev Holmes
https://i2insights.org/2018/09/04/funders-and-research-implementation/

205. Assessing research contribution claims: The “what else test” by Jess Dart
https://i2insights.org/2018/08/28/contribution-claims-what-else-test/

204. Long-term collaboration: Beware blaming back and blaming forward by Charles Lines
https://i2insights.org/2018/08/21/blame-in-collaboration/

203. Producing evaluation and communication strategies in tandem by Ricardo Ramírez and Dal Brodhead
https://i2insights.org/2018/08/14/evaluation-and-communication/

202. Introducing interdisciplinary postgraduate degrees? Seven meta-considerations by Dena Fam, Scott Kelly, Tania Leimbach, Lesley Hitchens and Michelle Callen
https://i2insights.org/2018/08/07/institutionalising-interdisciplinary-postgraduate-degrees/

201. A checklist for documenting knowledge synthesis by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2018/07/31/knowledge-synthesis-checklist/

200. Collaboration and team science: Top ten take aways by L. Michelle Bennett and Christophe Marchand
https://i2insights.org/2018/07/24/ten-collaboration-tips/

199. Institutionalising interdisciplinarity: Lessons from Latin America / Institucionalizar la interdisciplina: Lecciones desde América Latina by Bianca Vienni Baptista, Federico Vasen and Juan Carlos Villa Soto
https://i2insights.org/2018/07/17/institutionalising-interdisciplinarity-latin-america/

198. Linking learning and research through transdisciplinary competences by BinBin Pearce
https://i2insights.org/2018/07/10/transdisciplinary-competences/

197. Synthesis of knowledge about participatory modeling: How a group’s perceptions changed over time by Rebecca Jordan
https://i2insights.org/2018/07/03/knowledge-synthesis-group-change/

196. Negotiations and ‘normative’ or ‘ethical’ power by Lena Partzsch
https://i2insights.org/2018/06/26/normative-power/

195. What can interdisciplinary collaborations learn from the science of team science? by Suzi Spitzer
https://i2insights.org/2018/06/19/interdisciplinarity-and-science-of-team-science/

194. Structure matters: Real-world laboratories as a new type of large-scale research infrastructure by Franziska Stelzer, Uwe Schneidewind, Karoline Augenstein and Matthias Wanner
https://i2insights.org/2018/06/12/structure-and-transdisciplinarity/

193. When are scientists neutral experts or strategic policy makers? by Karin Ingold
https://i2insights.org/2018/06/05/researchers-and-policy-making/

192. Using Ostrom’s social-ecological systems framework to set context for transdisciplinary research: A case study by Maria Helena Guimarães
https://i2insights.org/2018/05/29/transdisciplinary-research-context/

191. A guide for interdisciplinary researchers: Adding axiology alongside ontology and epistemology by Peter Deane
https://i2insights.org/2018/05/22/axiology-and-interdisciplinarity/

190. Using the arts and design to build student creative collaboration capacity by Edgar Cardenas
https://i2insights.org/2018/05/15/student-creative-collaboration-capacity/

189. Leading large transdisciplinary projects by Sanford Eigenbrode, Lois Wright Morton and Timothy Martin
https://i2insights.org/2018/05/08/leading-large-transdisciplinary-projects/

188. The university campus as a transdisciplinary living laboratory by Dena Fam, Abby Mellick Lopes, Alexandra Crosby and Katie Ross
https://i2insights.org/2018/05/01/campus-as-transdisciplinary-living-laboratory/

187. Tool-swapping in interdisciplinary research – a case study by Lindell Bromham
https://i2insights.org/2018/04/24/tool-swapping-in-interdisciplinarity/

186. Disciplinary diversity widget: how does your team measure up? by Brooke Struck
https://i2insights.org/2018/04/17/disciplinary-diversity-widget/

185. Foundations of a translational health sciences doctoral program by Gaetano Lotrecchiano and Paige McDonald
https://i2insights.org/2018/04/10/translational-health-sciences-doctorate/

184. How is transformative knowledge ‘co-produced’? by Andy Stirling, Adrian Ely and Fiona Marshall
https://i2insights.org/2018/04/03/co-producing-transformative-knowledge/

183. Interdisciplinarity and evil – Understanding incommensurability by J. Britt Holbrook
https://i2insights.org/2018/03/27/incommensurability-in-interdisciplinarity/

182. Lessons from “real-world laboratories” about transdisciplinary projects, transformative research and participation by Antonietta Di Giulio and Rico Defila
https://i2insights.org/2018/03/22/lessons-from-real-world-laboratories/

181. Doing a transdisciplinary PhD? Four tips to convince the examiners about your data by Jane Palmer, Dena Fam, Tanzi Smith and Jenny Kent
https://i2insights.org/2018/03/20/transdisciplinary-phd-data/

180. Is it legitimate for transdisciplinary research to set out to change society? by Antonietta Di Giulio and Rico Defila
https://i2insights.org/2018/03/15/transdisciplinary-research-and-social-change/

179. Non-certified experts, stakeholders, practitioners… What participants are called defines transdisciplinarity by Antonietta Di Giulio and Rico Defila
https://i2insights.org/2018/03/13/transdisciplinarity-participants/

178. Using the concept of risk for transdisciplinary assessment by Greg Schreiner
https://i2insights.org/2018/03/06/transdisciplinary-assessment-using-risk/

177. Ten essentials for more impactful and integrated research on transformations by Ioan Fazey
https://i2insights.org/2018/02/27/transformations-research-essentials/

176. Five principles of holistic science communication by Suzi Spitzer
https://i2insights.org/2018/02/20/science-communication-principles/

175. CoNavigator: Hands-on interdisciplinary problem solving by Katrine Lindvig, Line Hillersdal and David Earle
https://i2insights.org/2018/02/13/conavigator-for-interdisciplinarity/

174. Two types of interdisciplinary scholarship by Andi Hess
https://i2insights.org/2018/02/06/two-types-of-interdisciplinarity/

173. Overcoming a paradox? Preparing students for transdisciplinary environments by Machiel Keestra
https://i2insights.org/2018/01/30/preparing-transdisciplinary-students/

172. Ten steps to make your research more relevant by Christian Pohl, Pius Krütli and Michael Stauffacher
https://i2insights.org/2018/01/23/making-research-more-relevant/

171. Four questions to guide arts-based knowledge translation by Tiina Kukkonen and Amanda Cooper
https://i2insights.org/2018/01/16/arts-based-knowledge-translation/

170. What makes research transdisciplinary? by Liz Clarke
https://i2insights.org/2018/01/09/what-is-transdisciplinarity/

2017

169. To read or not to read… by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2017/12/19/second-annual-review/

168. Three lessons from statistics for interdisciplinarians and fellow travellers by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2017/12/12/statistics-and-interdisciplinarity/

167. Recognising interdisciplinary expertise by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2017/12/05/recognising-interdisciplinary-expertise/

166. One university’s response to addressing complex real-world problems / Respuesta de una universidad para afrontar problemas complejos del mundo real by Carlos Mataix, Javier Carrasco, Sara Romero and Marcel Bursztyn
https://i2insights.org/2017/11/28/university-response-to-complexity/

165. Are more stakeholders better? by Eleanor Sterling
https://i2insights.org/2017/11/21/are-more-stakeholders-better/

164. Two lessons for early involvement of stakeholders in research by Obasanjo Oyedele, Martin Atela and Ayo Ojebode
https://i2insights.org/2017/11/14/early-stakeholder-involvement/

163. Why we should not ignore interdisciplinarity’s critics by Rick Szostak
https://i2insights.org/2017/11/07/interdisciplinarity-and-critics/

162. Epistemological obstacles to interdisciplinary research by Evelyn Brister
https://i2insights.org/2017/10/31/epistemology-and-interdisciplinarity/

161. Let’s stop measuring and start improving by Louise Locock
https://i2insights.org/2017/10/24/measuring-versus-improving/

160. Two audiences and five aims of action researchers by Hilary Bradbury
https://i2insights.org/2017/10/19/action-research-audiences-and-aims/

159. Three tasks for transdisciplinary bridge builders by Roderick Lawrence
https://i2insights.org/2017/10/17/transdisciplinary-bridge-builders/

158. Promotion and tenure policies for interdisciplinary and collaborative research by Julie Thompson Klein and Holly Falk-Krzesinski
https://i2insights.org/2017/10/10/interdisciplinarity-promotion-and-tenure-policies/

157. A new boundary object to promote researcher engagement with policy makers / Un nuevo objeto frontera para promover la colaboración de los investigadores con los tomadores de decisiones by María D. López Rodríguez
https://i2insights.org/2017/10/03/boundary-object-for-policy-engagement/

156. Undertaking bi-cultural research: Key reflections from a Pākehā (non-Māori) New Zealander by Maria Hepi
https://i2insights.org/2017/09/26/bi-cultural-research-reflections/

155. Sharing mental models is critical for interdisciplinary collaboration by Jen Badham and Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2017/09/19/mental-models-and-interdisciplinarity/

154. Co-producing research: Why we need to say what we mean, mean what we say, and learn as we go by Bev Holmes
https://i2insights.org/2017/09/12/co-producing-research-tips/

153. Three schools of transformation thinking by Uwe Schneidewind and Karoline Augenstein
https://i2insights.org/2017/09/05/transformation-thinking/

152. Creating community around the Science of Team Science by Stephen Fiore
https://i2insights.org/2017/08/31/community-for-team-science/

151. What can action research and transdisciplinarity learn from each other? by Danilo Streck
 https://i2insights.org/2017/08/29/action-research-and-transdisciplinarity/

150. Synthesis centers as critical research infrastructure by Andrew Campbell
 https://i2insights.org/2017/08/22/synthesis-centers-as-infrastructure/

149. Managing deep uncertainty: exploratory modeling, adaptive plans and joint sense making by Jan Kwakkel
https://i2insights.org/2017/08/15/managing-deep-uncertainty/

148. Four best practices for scaling up effective innovations by Amanda Fixsen, Karen Blase and Dean Fixsen
https://i2insights.org/2017/08/08/scaling-up-best-practices/

147. Productive multivocal analysis – Part 2: Achieving epistemological engagement by Kristine Lund
https://i2insights.org/2017/08/03/multivocal-analysis-epistemological-engagement/

146. Productive multivocal analysis – Part 1: Avoiding the pitfalls of interdisciplinarity by Kristine Lund
 https://i2insights.org/2017/08/01/multivocal-analysis-avoiding-pitfalls/

145. Toolkits for transdisciplinary research by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2017/07/25/toolkits-for-transdisciplinarity/

144. Good practices in system dynamics modelling by Sondoss Elsawah and Serena Hamilton
https://i2insights.org/2017/07/18/system-dynamics-best-practices/

143. Responsive research – simple, right? The AskFuse case study by Rosemary Rushmer
 https://i2insights.org/2017/07/11/responsive-research-askfuse-case/

142. Bringing the Immunity-to-ChangeTM process to the scientific community by Erica Lawlor and Cheryl Vaughan
https://i2insights.org/2017/07/04/immunity-to-change-process/

141. Scaling up amidst complexity by Ann Larson
https://i2insights.org/2017/06/27/scaling-up/

140. Keys to transformation: Interactions of values, rules and knowledge by Russell Gorddard, Matthew Colloff, Russell Wise and Michael Dunlop
https://i2insights.org/2017/06/20/values-rules-knowledge-and-transformation/

139. Improving mutual consultation among key stakeholders to optimize the use of research evidence by Allison Metz
https://i2insights.org/2017/06/15/mutual-consultation-for-implementation/

138. What’s in a name? The role of storytelling in participatory modeling by Alison Singer
https://i2insights.org/2017/06/13/storytelling-in-participatory-modeling/

137. Learning from Google about inter- and transdisciplinary leadership by Janet Hering
 https://i2insights.org/2017/06/06/inter-and-transdisciplinary-leadership/

136. Sharing integrated modelling practices – Part 2: How to use “patterns”? by Sondoss Elsawah and Joseph Guillaume
https://i2insights.org/2017/06/01/how-to-use-patterns-in-modelling/

135. Sharing integrated modelling practices – Part 1: Why use “patterns”? by Sondoss Elsawah and Joseph Guillaume
https://i2insights.org/2017/05/30/why-use-patterns-in-modelling/

134. Looking for patterns: an approach for tackling tough problems by Scott Peckham
https://i2insights.org/2017/05/23/explaining-patterns/

133. Impacts of social learning in transformative research by Flurina Schneider, Lara M. Lundsgaard-Hansen, Thoumthone Vongvisouk, and Julie G. Zähringer
https://i2insights.org/2017/05/16/social-learning-impacts/

132. Methods for integration in transdisciplinary research by Matthias Bergmann
https://i2insights.org/2017/05/09/transdisciplinary-integration-methods/

131. A guide to ontology, epistemology and philosophical perspectives for interdisciplinary researchers by Katie Moon and Deborah Blackman
https://i2insights.org/2017/05/02/philosophy-for-interdisciplinarity/

130. Going beyond ‘context matters’: a lens to bridge knowledge and policy by Leandro Echt and Venesa Weyrauch
https://i2insights.org/2017/04/25/how-context-matters/

129. A primer on policy entrepreneurs by Jo Luetjens
https://i2insights.org/2017/04/18/policy-entrepreneurs-primer/

128. Learning to tackle wicked problems through games / Aprendiendo a hacer frente a problemas perversos a través de los juegos/ Apprendre à affronter les problèmes sournois à travers les jeux by Claude Garcia, Anne Dray and Patrick Waeber
https://i2insights.org/2017/04/11/games-for-learning-complexity/

127. Scoping: Lessons from environmental impact assessment by Peter Mulvihill
https://i2insights.org/2017/04/04/scoping-lessons/

126. Knowledge mapping technologies by Jack Park
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/30/knowledge-mapping-technologies/

125. The path perspective on modelling projects by Tuomas Lahtinen, Joseph Guillaume and Raimo Hämäläinen
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/28/path-dependence-in-modelling/

124. Three theories to help overcome change resistance in service design implementation by Ricardo Martins
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/23/overcoming-change-resistance/

123. Successful implementation demands a great liaison person: Nine tips on making it work by Abby Haynes on behalf of CIPHER (Centre for Informing Policy in Health with Evidence from Research)
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/21/implementation-liaison-person/

122. Team science glossary by Sawsan Khuri and Stefan Wuchty
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/16/team-science-glossary/

121. Transkillery! What skills are needed to be a boundary crosser? by Dena Fam, Tanzi Smith and Dana Cordell
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/14/transdisciplinary-skills/

120. Ten lessons from a transdisciplinary PhD program in sustainability development by Marianne Penker
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/09/transdisciplinary-phd-program-lessons/

119. Complexity and agent-based modelling by Richard Taylor and John Forrester
 https://i2insights.org/2017/03/07/complexity-and-agent-based-modelling/

118. Making sense of wicked problems by Bethany Laursen
https://i2insights.org/2017/03/02/making-sense-of-wicked-problems/

117. Values, confidence, and time: What researchers should consider when engaging with civil society organisations by William Allen
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/28/engaging-with-civil-society-organisations/

116. Argument-based tools to account for uncertainty in policy analysis and decision support by Sven Ove Hansson and Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/23/argument-based-tools/

115. Overturning the design of outcome measures by Diana Rose
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/21/user-design-of-outcome-measures/

114. Designing for impact in transdisciplinary research by Cynthia Mitchell, Dena Fam and Dana Cordell
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/16/impact-in-transdisciplinarity/

113. Whose side are we on and for whom do we write? by Jon Warren and Kayleigh Garthwaite
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/14/academic-integrity/

112. Critical back-casting by Gerald Midgely
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/09/critical-back-casting/

111. Building a better bridge: the role of research mediators by Jessica Shaw
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/07/research-mediators/

110. Citizen science and participatory modeling by Rebecca Jordan and Steven Gray
https://i2insights.org/2017/02/02/citizen-science-and-participatory-modeling/

109. Six actions to mobilise knowledge in complex systems by Bev Holmes and Allan Best
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/31/six-actions-to-mobilise-knowledge/

108. Unintended consequences of honouring what communities value and aspire to by Melissa Robson
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/26/honouring-community-values/

107. Models as ‘interested amateurs’ by Pete Barbrook-Johnson
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/24/models-as-interested-amateurs/

106. Enabling co-creation: From learning cycles to aligning values, rules and knowledge by Lorrae van Kerkhoff
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/19/operationalizing-co-creation/

105. Research team performance by Jennifer E. Cross and Hannah Love
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/17/research-team-performance/

104. Getting to a shared definition of a “good” solution in collaborative problem-solving by Doug Easterling
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/12/good-solutions-in-problem-solving/

103. Taboo triangles by Charles Lines
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/10/taboo-triangles/

102. Dealing with deep uncertainty: Scenarios by Laura Schmitt Olabisi
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/05/deep-uncertainty-and-scenarios/

101. Pro-active learning to improve interdisciplinary processes by Laura R. Meagher
https://i2insights.org/2017/01/03/pro-active-learning-and-interdisciplinarity/

2016

100. Complexity, diversity, modelling, power, trust, unknowns… Who is this blog for? by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/28/who-is-this-blog-for/

99. Two barriers to interdisciplinary thinking in the public sector and how time graphs can help by Jane MacMaster
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/21/barriers-to-interdisciplinary-thinking-and-time-graphs/

98. Cross-cultural collaborative research: A reflection from New Zealand by Jeff Foote
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/15/cross-cultural-collaborative-research/

97. Material resources for transdisciplinary research by Chris Riedy
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/13/resources-for-transdisciplinarity/

96. Powhiri: An indigenous example of collaboration from New Zealand by Rawiri Smith
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/08/indigenous-example-of-collaboration/

95. Four simple questions for navigating the knowledge mobilisation swamp by Vicky Ward
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/06/knowledge-mobilisation-swamp/

94. The strength of failing (or how I learned to love ugly babies) by Randall J. Hunt
https://i2insights.org/2016/12/01/strength-of-failing/

93. Storytelling ethnography as a way of doing transdisciplinary research by Jane Palmer
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/29/ethnography-and-transdisciplinarity/

92. Advocate or Honest Broker? by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/22/advocate-or-honest-broker/

91. Learning through modeling by Kirsten Kainz
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/17/learning-through-modeling/

90. The integrative role of landscape by David Brunckhorst, Jamie Trammell and Ian Reeve
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/15/integrative-role-of-landscape/

89. Uncertainty in participatory modeling – what can we learn from management research? by Antonie Jetter
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/10/uncertainty-in-participatory-modeling/

88. Collaboration, difference and busyness by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/08/collaboration-difference-busyness/

87. Model complexity – What is the right amount? by Pete Loucks
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/03/model-complexity/

86. Four things everyone should know about ignorance by Michael Smithson
https://i2insights.org/2016/11/01/four-things-about-ignorance/

85. Problem framing and co-creation by Graeme Nicholas
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/27/problem-framing-and-co-creation/

84. Key readings about interdisciplinarity/ Lecturas clave sobre interdisciplina by Bianca Vienni
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/25/interdisciplinarity-readings/

83. Improving health care services through Experience-based Co-design by Glenn Robert and Annette Boaz
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/20/experience-based-co-design/

82. Six lessons about change that affect research impact by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/18/change-and-research-impact/

81. A co-creation challenge: Aligning research and policy processes by Katrin Prager
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/13/aligning-research-and-policy/

80. The ‘methods section’ in research publications on complex problems – Purpose by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/11/methods-section-purpose/

79. Should I trust that model? by Val Snow
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/06/trust-in-model/

78. From integration to interaction: A knowledge ecology framework by Zoë Sofoulis
https://i2insights.org/2016/10/04/knowledge-ecology-framework/

77. Creating a pragmatic complexity culture / La creación de una cultura pragmática de la complejidad by Cristina Zurbriggen
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/29/pragmatic-complexity-culture/

76. Five principles for achieving impact by Mark Reed
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/27/five-principles-for-impact/

75. ICTAM: Bringing mental models to numerical models by Sondoss Elsawah
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/22/adding-mental-models-to-numerical-models/

74. A governance compass by Tim Gieseke
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/20/governance-compass/

73. Participatory processes and participatory modelling: The sustainable procedure framework by Beatrice Hedelin
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/15/sustainable-procedure-framework/

72. Harnessing analogies for creativity and problem solving by Christian Schunn
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/13/analogies-in-problem-solving/

71. Where are the stakeholders in implementation science? by Allison Metz and Annette Boaz
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/08/co-creation-and-implementation-science/

70. Integration, part 2: The “how” by Julie Thompson Klein
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/06/how-to-do-integration/

69. Who sets the rules around co-creation by Lorrae van Kerkhoff
https://i2insights.org/2016/09/01/knowledge-governance-and-co-creation/

68. Integration, part 1: The “what” by Julie Thompson Klein
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/30/what-is-integration/

67. Making predictions under uncertainty by Joseph Guillaume
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/25/predictions-under-uncertainty/

66. Why are interdisciplinary research proposals less likely to be funded? (Reblog) by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/23/interdisciplinary-research-funding/

65. Advice to graduate students on becoming “translational” by Alexis Erwin
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/18/becoming-translational/

64. Two frameworks for scoping by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/16/scoping/

63. Social science identities in interdisciplinary research and education by Eric Toman
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/11/social-science-and-interdisciplinarity/

62. A process model for teaching interdisciplinary research by Machiel Keestra
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/09/teaching-interdisciplinarity/

61. Creativity in co-creation by Annette Boaz
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/04/creativity-in-co-creation/

60. In praise of multidisciplinarity by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/08/02/in-praise-of-multidisciplinarity/

59. Is co-creation more than participation? by Katrin Prager
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/28/co-creation-or-participation/

58. Training translational ecologists: moving from accidental to intentional by Mark Brunson
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/26/training-translational-ecologists/

57. Art and participatory modelling by Hara Woltz and Eleanor Sterling
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/21/art-and-participatory-modelling/

56. Ten communication tips for translational scientists by Sunshine Menezes
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/19/ten-communication-tips/

55. The interplay between knowledge and power / La interacción entre el conocimiento y el poder by Cristina Zurbriggen
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/14/interplay-of-knowledge-and-power/

54. From fountain to firehose by David Feldon
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/12/from-fountain-to-firehose/

53. Co-creation without systems thinking can be dangerous by Gerald Midgley
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/07/co-creation-and-systems-thinking/

52. What makes a translational ecologist? Part 3 Dispositional attributes by Translational Ecology Group
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/04/dispositional-attributes-for-translational-ecology/

51. Ideas for Sustainability. Leverage points is a useful concept in many fronts by Joern Fischer (reblogged)
https://i2insights.org/2016/07/03/leverage-points-for-sustainability-transformation/

50. Co-production: it’s all about relationships by Kirsten Kainz
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/30/co-production-and-relationships/

49. What makes a translational ecologist? Part 2 Skills by Translational Ecology Group
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/28/skills-for-translational-ecology/

48. Tool users old and new: why we need models by Suzanne Pierce
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/23/why-we-need-models/

47. What makes a translational ecologist? Part 1 Knowledge by Translational Ecology Group
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/21/knowledge-for-translational-ecology/

46. Models as narratives by Alison Singer
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/16/models-as-narratives/

45. What is translational ecology? by Translational Ecology Group
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/14/what-is-translational-ecology/

44. Serious gaming: helping stakeholders address community problems by Nagesh Kolagani
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/09/serious-gaming/

43. Playing around with PARTICIPOLOGY by Alister Scott
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/07/participology/

42. Choosing a model: If all you have is a hammer… by Jen Badham
https://i2insights.org/2016/06/02/choosing-a-model/

41. Eight institutional practices to support interdisciplinary research by Margaret Palmer, Jonathan Kramer, James Boyd, and David Hawthorne
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/31/institutional-practices-for-interdisciplinarity/

40. Virtues and vices of real-world co-creation by Quassim Cassam
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/26/co-creation-virtues-vices/

39. Integrating Disciplines / Integrando Disciplinas by Marcel Bursztyn, Gabriela Litre and Stéphanie Nasuti
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/24/integrating-disciplines/

38. Five Steps for Managing Diversity to Create Synergy by Doug Easterling
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/19/managing-diversity/

37. Facilitating multidisciplinary decision making by Bob Dick
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/17/facilitation-process/

36. Eight Strategies for Co-creation by Arnim Wiek
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/12/eight-strategies-for-co-creation/

35. Six types of unknowns in interdisciplinary research by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/10/six-unknowns-in-interdisciplinarity/

34. Can co-creation achieve better outcomes for people and communities? by Deborah Ghate
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/05/co-creation-outcomes/

33. Knowledge synthesis and external representations by Deana Pennington
https://i2insights.org/2016/05/03/external-representations/

32. Responding to stakeholders – lessons learnt by Klaus Hubacek and Christina Prell
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/28/responding-to-stakeholders/

31. Designing applied research for impact by Andrew Campbell
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/26/research-for-impact/

30. Modeling as empowerment by Laura Schmitt Olabisi
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/21/modeling-as-empowerment/

29. Transdisciplinarity: Learning together to teach together by BinBin Pearce, Carolina Adler and Christian Pohl
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/19/transdisciplinary-teaching/

28. Should water scientists be advocates? by Patricia Gober
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/14/water-scientists-as-advocates/

27. Looking over the horizon for team effectiveness by Stephen M. Fiore
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/12/team-effectiveness/

26. La modélisation participative, un lieu privilégié pour l’interdisciplinarité? / Participatory modeling: an ideal place for interdisciplinarity? by Pierre Bommel
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/07/participatory-modeling-for-interdisciplinarity/

25. Should researchers be honest brokers or advocates? by John Callewaert
https://i2insights.org/2016/04/05/honest-brokers-or-advocates/

24. Towards an evaluation framework for participatory modeling by Miles McNall
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/31/evaluating-participatory-modeling/

23. Research impact: six kinds of change by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/29/six-kinds-of-change/

22. Moving from models that synthesize to models that innovate by Pete Loucks
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/24/models-that-innovate/

21. The knowledge practice paradox by Robert Duiveman
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/22/knowledge-practice-paradox/

20. Facilitating participatory modeling by Rebecca Jordan
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/17/facilitating-participatory-modeling/

19. Working together for better outcomes: lessons for funders, researchers, and researcher partners by Kit Macleod
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/15/working-together-for-better-outcomes/

18. Modeling as social practice by  Jeremy Trombley
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/10/modeling-as-social-practice/

17. Ten dimensions of integration: guidelines for modellers by Serena Hamilton and Tony Jakeman
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/08/ten-dimensions-of-integration/

16. Why participatory models need to include cultural models by Michael Paolisso
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/04/cultural-models/

15. Do we need to discipline interdisciplinarity? by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/03/02/disciplining-interdisciplinarity/

14. Fire together, wire together: the role of funding bodies in supporting interdisciplinary research by Mohammad Momenian
https://i2insights.org/2016/02/24/funding-interdisciplinary-research/

13. What is the role of theory in transdisciplinary research? by Workshop Group on Theory at 2015 Basel International Transdisciplinary Conference
https://i2insights.org/2016/02/17/role-of-theory-in-transdisciplinary-research/

12. Let’s play: co-creating award courses for designing, teaching, researching, and facilitating transdisciplinarity – Transacademic Interface Managers as an example by Katja Brundiers and Arnim Wiek
https://i2insights.org/2016/02/10/transacademic-interface-managers/

11. Three options for research impact: informing, driving, triggering By Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/02/03/three-options-for-research-impact/

10. Can mapping mental models improve research implementation? by Katrin Prager
https://i2insights.org/2016/01/27/mental-models-and-research-implementation/

9. Supporting academics’ learning to design, teach and research transdisciplinary programs in higher education: what’s the state of play? by Tanja Golja and Dena Fam
https://i2insights.org/2016/01/20/transciplinary-programs-in-higher-education/

8. The promise of using similar methods across disciplines by Allison Metz
https://i2insights.org/2016/01/13/using_methods_across_fields/

7. Where to publish? Journals for research integration and implementation concepts, methods and processes by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2016/01/06/where-to-publish-research-integration-implementation/

6. Practicality In Complexity (reblogged) by Nora Bateson
https://i2insights.org/2016/01/04/practicality-in-complexity/

2015

5. Reinventing science? From open source to open science by Alexey Voinov
https://i2insights.org/2015/12/16/reinventing-science-from-open-source-to-open-science/

4. Co-creation, co-design, co-production, co-construction: same or different? by Allison Metz
https://i2insights.org/2015/12/10/building-consensus-on-co-processes/

3. Modelling is the language of scientific discovery by Steven Gray
https://i2insights.org/2015/12/02/modelling-is-the-language-of-scientific-discovery/

2. Distinguishing between multi-, inter- and trans-disciplinarity – ‘theological’ hair-splitting or essential categorisation? by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2015/11/25/hairsplitting-interdisciplinarity/

1. Why set up a blog site before you want to use it? First we need to find each other… by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2015/05/11/why-set-up-a-blog-site-before-you-want-to-use-it-first-we-need-to-find-each-other/