List of all posts

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

2019

267. What motivates researchers to become transdisciplinary and what are the implications for career development? by Maria Helena Guimarães, Olivia Bina and Christian Pohl
https://i2insights.org/2019/11/12/transdisciplinary-careers/

266. Looking in the right places to identify “unknown unknowns” in projects by Tyson Browning
https://i2insights.org/2019/11/05/detecting-unknown-unknowns-in-projects/

265. The role of persistence in influencing policy with research by David McDonald
https://i2insights.org/2019/10/29/persistence-for-policy-influence/

264. Creative writing as a journey into the unknown unknown by Lelia Green
https://i2insights.org/2019/10/22/creative-writing-and-unknown-unknowns/

263. Participatory research and power by Diana Rose
https://i2insights.org/2019/10/15/participatory-research-and-power/

262. Managing innovation dilemmas: Info-gap theory by Yakov Ben-Haim
https://i2insights.org/2019/10/08/info-gap-theory/

261. 10 tips for next generation interdisciplinary research by Rachel Kelly
https://i2insights.org/2019/10/01/10-tips-for-interdisciplinary-research/

260. What do you know? And how is it relevant to unknown unknowns? by Matthew Welsh
https://i2insights.org/2019/09/24/knowledge-and-unknown-unknowns/

259. Using a cartoon video to achieve research impact by Darren Gray, Yuesheng Li and Don McManus
https://i2insights.org/2019/09/17/cartoons-for-research-impact/

258. How can we know unknown unknowns by Michael Smithson
https://i2insights.org/2019/09/10/how-can-we-know-unknown-unknowns/

257. Using discomfort to prompt learning in collaborative teams by Rebecca Freeth and Guido Caniglia
https://i2insights.org/2019/09/03/discomfort-in-collaborative-teams/

256. Accountability and adapting to surprises by Patricia Hirl Longstaff
https://i2insights.org/2019/08/27/accountability-and-surprises/

255. Why model? by Steven Lade
https://i2insights.org/2019/08/20/why-model/

254. Fourteen knowledge translation competencies and how to improve yours by Genevieve Creighton and Gayle Scarrow
https://i2insights.org/2019/08/13/improving-knowledge-translation-competencies/

253. Learning from interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research ‘failures’ by Dena Fam and Michael O’Rourke
https://i2insights.org/2019/08/06/learning-from-failures/

252. Four patterns of thought for effective group decisions by George Richardson and David Andersen
https://i2insights.org/2019/07/30/thought-patterns-for-group-decisions/

251. Five lessons for early career researchers in interacting with policymakers by Aparna Lal
https://i2insights.org/2019/07/23/early-career-researchers-and-policymakers/

250. Five principles of co-innovation by Helen Percy, James Turner and Wendy Boyce
https://i2insights.org/2019/07/16/five-principles-of-co-innovation/

249. How to support research consortia by Bruce Currie-Alder and Georgina Cundill Kemp
https://i2insights.org/2019/07/09/supporting-research-consortia/

248. Designing scenarios to guide robust decisions by Bonnie McBain
https://i2insights.org/2019/07/02/designing-scenarios-for-decisions/

247. Agent-based modelling for knowledge synthesis and decision support by Jen Badham
https://i2insights.org/2019/06/25/agent-based-modelling-uses/

246. Funding transformative research: 10 key stages by Flurina Schneider
https://i2insights.org/2019/06/18/funding-transformative-research/

245. What makes government policy successful? by Jo Luetjens, Michael Mintrom and Paul ’t Hart
https://i2insights.org/2019/06/11/successful-government-policy/

244. Managing uncertainty in decision making: What can we learn from economics? by Siobhan Bourke and Emily Lancsar
https://i2insights.org/2019/06/04/economics-lessons-for-managing-uncertainty/

243. Collaboration: From groan zone to growth zone by Carrie Kappel
https://i2insights.org/2019/05/28/collaboration-groan-zone/

242. Linking collective impact to the characteristics of open living systems by Lewis Atkinson
https://i2insights.org/2019/05/21/collective-impact-and-open-living-systems/

241. Improving the i2Insights blog: Your ideas are welcome! by Gabriele Bammer and Peter Deane
https://i2insights.org/2019/05/14/welcome-your-ideas-to-improve-blog/

240. Ten things to know about how to influence policy with research by Helen Tilley, Louise Shaxson, John Young and Louise Ball
https://i2insights.org/2019/05/07/research-influencing-policy/

239. What every interdisciplinarian should know about p values by Alice Richardson
https://i2insights.org/2019/04/30/replacing-p-values/

238. Adaptive social learning for systemic leadership by Catherine Hobbs
https://i2insights.org/2019/04/23/systemic-leadership/

237. Building a research impact culture by Louise Shaxson
https://i2insights.org/2019/04/16/research-impact-culture/

236. Incommensurability, plain difference and communication in interdisciplinary research by Vincenzo Politi
https://i2insights.org/2019/04/09/understanding-incommensurability/

235. Improving transdisciplinary arts-science partnerships by Tania Leimbach and Keith Armstrong
https://i2insights.org/2019/04/02/arts-science-partnerships/

234. Practical tips to foster research uptake by Emily Hayter and Verity Warne
https://i2insights.org/2019/03/26/research-uptake-in-policy/

233. A manifesto of interdisciplinarity by Rick Szostak
https://i2insights.org/2019/03/19/manifesto-of-interdisciplinarity/

232. Idea tree: A tool for brainstorming ideas in cross-disciplinary teams by Dan Stokols, Maritza Salazar, Gary Olson and Judith Olson
https://i2insights.org/2019/03/12/idea-tree-brainstorming-tool/

231. Achieving transformational change by Steve Waddell
https://i2insights.org/2019/03/05/transformational-change/

230. Knowledge asymmetry in interdisciplinary collaborations and how to reduce it by Max Kemman
https://i2insights.org/2019/02/26/knowledge-asymmetry/

229. Strengthening the ecosystem for effective team science: A case study from University of California, Irvine, USA by Dan Stokols, Judith Olson, Maritza Salazar and Gary Olson
https://i2insights.org/2019/02/19/team-science-ecosystem/

228. Tracking stakeholder engagement and research impact by Cathy Day
https://i2insights.org/2019/02/12/tracking-engagement-and-impact/

227. Toolboxes as learning aids for dealing with complex problems by Stefan Hilser
https://i2insights.org/2019/02/06/toolboxes-as-learning-aids/

226. Metacognition as a prerequisite for interdisciplinary integration by Machiel Keestra
https://i2insights.org/2019/02/05/metacognition-and-interdisciplinarity/

225. Trust and empowerment inventory for community groups by Craig Dalton
https://i2insights.org/2019/01/29/trust-and-empowerment-inventory/

224. Three “must have” steps to improve education for collaborative problem solving by Stephen Fiore
https://i2insights.org/2019/01/22/education-for-collaborative-problem-solving/

223. Embracing tension for energy and creativity in interdisciplinary research by Liz Clarke and Rebecca Freeth
https://i2insights.org/2019/01/15/embracing-tension-in-interdisciplinary-research/

222. Grant proposal writing for teams: Avoiding Frankenstein’s monster by Lauren Gee
https://i2insights.org/2019/01/08/team-grant-writing/

2018

221. Building a global community to improve how complex real-world problems are tackled by Gabriele Bammer
https://i2insights.org/2018/12/18/third-annual-review-2019/

220. Conceptual modelling of complex topics: ConML as an example / Modelado conceptual de temas complejos: ConML como ejemplo by Cesar Gonzalez-Perez
https://i2insights.org/2018/12/11/conceptual-modelling-with-conml/

219. Scatterplots as an interdisciplinary communication tool by Erin Walsh
https://i2insights.org/2018/12/04/scatterplots-for-interdisciplinary-communication/

218. Developing a ‘capabilities approach’ for measuring social impact by Daniel Hicks
https://i2insights.org/2018/11/27/measuring-social-impact/

217. Research impact in government – three crucial elements you will need for success by Anthony Boxshall
https://i2insights.org/2018/11/20/research-impact-in-government/

216. Transforming transdisciplinarity: Interweaving the philosophical with the pragmatic to move beyond either/or thinking by Katie Ross and Cynthia Mitchell
https://i2insights.org/2018/11/13/transdisciplinarity-and-either-or-thinking/

215. Skilful conversations for integration by Rebecca Freeth and Liz Clarke
https://i2insights.org/2018/11/06/skilful-integration-conversations/

214. Six strategies to ensure policies are backed by evidence by Danielle Campbell and Gabriel Moore
https://i2insights.org/2018/10/30/strategies-for-evidence-backed-policies/

213. A flexible framework for stakeholder engagement by Michelle Banfield
https://i2insights.org/2018/10/23/stakeholder-engagement-flexible-framework/

212. Four strategies for improving knowledge exchange among scientists and decision-makers by Chris Cvitanovic
https://i2insights.org/2018/10/16/knowledge-exchange-strategies/

211. Conditions for co-creation by Gabriele Bammer
http://i2insights.org/2018/10/09/conditions-for-co-creation/

210. Language matters in transdisciplinarity by Tilo Weber
http://i2insights.org/2018/10/02/language-matters/

209. Twelve ways to kill research translation by Lewis Atkinson
https://i2insights.org/2018/09/25/killing-research-translation/

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
http://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
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2018/04/10/translational-health-sciences-doctorate/

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

183. Interdisciplinarity and evil – Understanding incommensurability by J. Britt Holbrook
http://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
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2018/02/27/transformations-research-essentials/

176. Five principles of holistic science communication by Suzi Spitzer
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2018/02/06/two-types-of-interdisciplinarity/

173. Overcoming a paradox? Preparing students for transdisciplinary environments by Machiel Keestra
http://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
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2016/08/23/interdisciplinary-research-funding/

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

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

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

62. A process model for teaching interdisciplinary research by Machiel Keestra
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2016/04/07/participatory-modeling-for-interdisciplinarity/

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

14. Fire together, wire together: the role of funding bodies in supporting interdisciplinary research by Mohammad Momenian
http://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
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2016/02/10/transacademic-interface-managers/

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

10. Can mapping mental models improve research implementation? by Katrin Prager
http://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
http://i2insights.org/2016/01/20/transciplinary-programs-in-higher-education/

8. The promise of using similar methods across disciplines by Allison Metz
http://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
http://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
http://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/