List of all posts

All contributions published on the Integration and Implementation Insights (i2Insights) blog and repository are numbered, as well as ordered by year.

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


399. A collaborative vision and pathways for transforming academia by The Care Operative and “Transforming Academia” workshop participants at 2021 International Transdisciplinarity Conference

398. Can cultural hegemony explain resistance to transdisciplinarity? by Livia Fritz, Ulli Vilsmaier and Dena Fam

397. Basic steps for dealing with problematic value pluralism by Bethany Laursen, Stephen Crowley and Chad Gonnerman

396. Judgment and decision making with unknown states and outcomes by Michael Smithson

395. How to systematically design transdisciplinary project evaluation by Emilia Nagy and Martina Schäfer

394. Enhancing mutual learning in developing a cross-disciplinary team by Eric Schearer and Gemma Jiang

393. Implementing transdisciplinary research in post-Soviet Armenia and Georgia by Tigran Keryan and Tamara Mitrofanenko

392. Eleven success factors for transdisciplinary real-world labs by Niko Schäpke, Oskar Marg, Matthias Bergmann, Franziska Stelzer and Daniel Lang

391. Overcoming the mismatch between goals and outcomes in knowledge exchange by Denis Karcher and Chris Cvitanovic


390. Sixth annual review by Gabriele Bammer

389. Stakeholder engagement primer: 10. Advanced skills by Gabriele Bammer

388. Understanding researcher positionality using the insider-outsider continuum by Rebecca Laycock Pedersen and Varvara Nikulina

387. Stakeholder engagement primer: 9. Evaluating engagement by Gabriele Bammer

386. Leadership and the hidden politics of co-produced research by Catherine Durose, Beth Perry, Liz Richardson and Rikki Dean

385. Stakeholder engagement primer: 8. Generating ideas and reaching agreement by Gabriele Bammer

384. A tool for transforming resistance into insights in decision making by Gemma Jiang

383. Stakeholder engagement primer: 7. Listening and dialogue by Gabriele Bammer

382. Theory and process for interdisciplinary undergraduate course development by Ana Corbacho

381. Stakeholder engagement primer: 6. Making engagement effective by Gabriele Bammer

380. Eight ways research institutes enable interdisciplinary research by Paul Bolger

379. Stakeholder engagement primer: 5. Choosing engagement options by Gabriele Bammer

378. Developing facilitation capacities in graduate students by Gemma Jiang and Robert Hacku

377. Stakeholder engagement primer: 4. Options for engagement by Gabriele Bammer

376. A framework for identifying diversity in epistemic communities, linguistic variety and culture by Varvara Nikulina, Johan Larson Lindal, Henrikke Baumann, David Simon, and Henrik Ny

375. Stakeholder engagement primer: 3. Selecting stakeholders by Gabriele Bammer

374. How informal discussion groups can maintain long-term momentum by Kitty Wooley

373. Stakeholder engagement primer: 2. Identifying stakeholders by Gabriele Bammer

372. A quick guide to post-normal science by Silvio Funtowicz

371. Stakeholder engagement primer: 1a. Why a primer? 1b. Defining stakeholders by Gabriele Bammer

370. Boosting the transformative power of transdisciplinarity with quantum theory by Cyrille Rigolot

369. Communicating across organizational boundaries by Adrian Wolfberg

368. Combining and adapting frameworks for research implementation by Kirsty Jones and Sara Bice

367. Five questions to understand epistemology and its influence on integrative research processes by Katie Moon, Chris Cvitanovic, Deborah Blackman, Ivan Scales and Nicola Browne

366. Transdisciplinary integration: A multidimensional interactive process by Dena Fam, Julie Thompson Klein, Sabine Hoffman, Cynthia Mitchell and Christian Pohl

365. How can social network analysis benefit transdisciplinary research? by Leonhard Späth, Rea Pärli and the RUNRES project team

364. Six lessons for implementing technological change in developing country communities by Jonathan Ensor, Daniel Vorbach, Steven Johnson and James Moir

363. A tool for transdisciplinary research planning and evaluation by Brian Belcher, Rachel Claus, Rachel Davel, Stephanie Jones and Daniela Pinto

362. Principles for welcoming all voices by Keith McCandless

361. Connecting and building capacity in the transdisciplinary research community by Josefa Kny and David Lam

360. Theory of change in a nutshell by Heléne Clark

359. A Partnership Outcome Spaces framework for transdisciplinary student-staff partnerships by Giedre Kligyte, Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer, Jarnae Leslie, Tyler Key, Bethany Hooper and Eleanor Salazar

358. Give-and-take matrix for transdisciplinary projects by Michael Stauffacher and Sibylle Studer

357. What is needed to institutionalise transdisciplinarity? by Gabriele Bammer

356. Trust at the science-policy interface by Chris Cvitanovic and Rebecca Shellock

355. System redesign toward creating shared value by Moein Khazaei, Mohammad Ramezani, Amin Padash and Dorien DeTombe

354. A new alliance between the natural and human sciences? by Sergio Mariotti

353. Navigating intercultural relations in transdisciplinary practice: The partial overlaps framework by David Ludwig, Vitor Renck and Charbel El-Hani

352. Core competencies for implementation practice by Sobia Khan and Julia Moore

351. Six ways to see systems leadership by Benjamin Taylor

350. Seven tips for developing large-scale cross-disciplinary research proposals by Gemma Jiang, Jin Wen and Simi Hoque

349. Why awareness raising campaigns cannot fix structural problems by Pei Shan Loo

348. Five insights on achieving research impact by Niki Ellis, Anne-Maree Dowd, Tamika Heiden and Gabriele Bammer

347. Gradients of agreement for democratic decision making by Hannah Love

346. Listening-based dialogue: Circle of dialogue wisdom / Diálogo basado en la escucha: Círculos de diálogo entre saberes by Adriana Moreno Cely, Darío Cuajera Nahui, César Gabriel Escobar Vásquez, Tom Vanwing and Nelson Tapia Ponce

345. What’s required for universities to address complex societal challenges? by David Hart and Linda Silka

344. Enabling divergent and convergent thinking in cross-disciplinary graduate students by Gemma Jiang

343. Investing in change through research funding by Petra Lundgren

342. Six ways facilitation skills can improve cross-disciplinary team leadership /
ست وسائل من مهارات التيسير لتطوير قيادة الفريق البحثي عابر التخصصات by Manal Affara

341. How systems thinking enhances systems leadership by Catherine Hobbs and Gerald Midgley

340. Three ways research perpetuates injustices by Barış Bayram

339. Capitalising on incommensurability by Darryn Reid

338. Setting an agenda for transdisciplinary research in Africa by Basirat Oyalowo

337. Considerations for choosing frameworks to assess research impact by Elena Louder, Carina Wyborn, Christopher Cvitanovic and Angela Bednarek

336. The art of non-decision-making by Anthony Judge

335. Responding to unacknowledged disciplinary differences with the Toolbox dialogue method by Graham Hubbs, Michael O’Rourke and Steven Hecht Orzack 

334. Do we need diversity science? by Katrin Prager

333. Visions of knowledge systems for life on Earth and how to get there by Niko Schäpke and Ioan Fazey

332. Addressing societal challenges: From interdisciplinarity to research portfolios analysis by Ismael Rafols

331. Can foresight and complexity play together? by James Burke

330. Three types of knowledge by Tobias Buser and Flurina Schneider

329. ‘Measuring’ interdisciplinarity: from indicators to indicating by Ismael Rafols

328. Three complexity principles for convergence research by Gemma Jiang

327. Leadership in participatory modelling by Raimo Hämäläinen, Iwona Miliszewska and Alexey Voinov

326. Five organizational features for successful interdisciplinary research by Jessica Blythe and Chris Cvitanovic

325. A successful model of integration in an art-science project by Diaa Ahmed Mohamed Ahmedien

324. Why we need strengths-based approaches to achieve social justice by Katie Thurber

323. Can examining cross-disciplinary interactions illuminate unknown unknowns? by Rick Szostak


322. i2Insights ambassadors and fifth annual review by Gabriele Bammer

321. Four lessons for operating in a different cultural environment by Nithya Ramachandran

320. What is 3-dimensional team leadership? by Bradley Kirkman

319. Interdisciplinary competencies and innovation by Colleen Knechtel

318. Navigating paradoxical tensions through both/and thinking by Faye Miller

317. The “ABC’s” of interdisciplinarity by Stephen Fiore

316. Effectively leading interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research organisations by Global Leaders of Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research Organisations

315. Systems transdisciplinarity as a metadiscipline by Vladimir Mokiy

314. Interdisciplinarity and synergy in collaborations by Loet Leydesdorff

313. Integration: The IPO model by Stephen Crowley and Graham Hubbs

312. Six lessons from students about transdisciplinary learning by Irina Dallo, Jan Freihardt and Juanita von Rothkirch

311. How can we amplify impact to foster transformational change? by David Lam

310. How librarians contribute to interdisciplinary research teams by Kelly Miller and Kineret Ben-Knaan

309. Applying human-centered design to virtual conference planning by Kristine Glauber, Ben Miller and Christine Ogilvie Hendren

308. Practical actions for fostering cross-disciplinary research by Yan Ding, Justin Pulford, Susie Crossman and Imelda Bates

307. Scaffolding transdisciplinary contributions by Roderick Lawrence

306. Are research institutes fulfilling their interdisciplinary roles in universities? by Paul Bolger

305. Valuing diversity: The good, the original and the outsider by Frédéric Darbellay

304. Ten insights on the interplay between evidence and policy by Kat Smith and Paul Cairney

303. How can co-labouring improve transdisciplinary research? by Robert Pijpers and Sabine Luning

302. Considering uncertainty, awareness and ambiguity as a three-dimensional space by Fabio Boschetti

301. Evolution of hot topics in team science / 团队科学中热点主题的演变 by Ying Huang, Ruinan Li, Yashan Li and Lin Zhang

300. Acknowledging and responding to criticisms of interdisciplinarity / Reconnaître et répondre aux critiques de l’interdisciplinarité by Romain Sauzet

299. Researcher activism: A voice of experience by Dorothy Broom

298. HIBAR research: What is it and how can it be reinvigorated? by Lorne Whitehead, Scott Slovic and Janet Nelson

297. A heuristic framework for reflecting on joint problem framing by BinBin Pearce and Olivier Ejderyan

296. Outbreaks, break-outs and break-times: Creating caring online workshops by The Care Operative

295. Breaking through disciplinary barriers with practical mapping by Steven Wallis and Bernadette Wright

294. Guiding collaborative conversations and connections with probing questions by Yulia Strekalova and Wayne McCormack

293. Choosing a suitable transdisciplinary research framework by Gabriele Bammer

292. Finding expertise in research integration and implementation to tackle complex problems by Gabriele Bammer

291. Implementation during a time of crisis: The critical role of trusting relationships by Allison Metz

290. Three principles for co-designing intervention strategies by David Lam

289. What lessons for improving interdisciplinary collaboration emerged from the 2019 Science of Team Science conference? by Julie Thompson Klein and Ben Miller

288. Resources to help team scholarship achieve success by Gary Olson, Judith Olson, Dan Stokols and Maritza Salazar Campo

287. Providing a richer assessment of research influence and impact by Gabriele Bammer

286. Strategies to deal with forced hostile collaborations by Kristine Lund

285. Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling by Sondoss Elsawah and Anthony J. Jakeman

284. Effectively including online participants in onsite meetings by Participants in the SESYNC theme “Building Resources for Complex, Action-Oriented Team Science”

283. Fifteen characteristics of complex social systems by Hamilton Carvalho

282. How can expertise in research integration and implementation help tackle complex problems? by Gabriele Bammer

281. A framework to evaluate the impacts of research on policy and practice by Laura Meagher and David Edwards

280. Theory U: A promising journey to embracing unknown unknowns by Vanesa Weyrauch

279. Transdisciplinary action research: A guiding framework for collaboration by Steven Lam, Michelle Thompson, Kathleen Johnson, Cameron Fioret and Sarah Hargreaves

278. Why do we protect ourselves from unknown unknowns? by Bem Le Hunte

277. Decentering academia through critical unlearning in transdisciplinary knowledge production / Descentralizando la academia a través del des- aprendizaje crítico en la producción de conocimiento transdiciplinario by Gabriela Alonso-Yanez, Lily House-Peters and Martin Garcia Cartagena

276. How can resilience benefit from planning? by Pedro Ferreira

275. Facilitating serendipity for interdisciplinary research by Catherine Lyall

274. Detecting non-linear change ‘inside-the-system’ and ‘out-of-the-blue’ by Susan van ‘t Klooster and Marjolijn Haasnoot

273. Stakeholder engagement in research: The research-modified IAP2 spectrum by Gabriele Bammer


272. Research integration and implementation: Building resources and community by Gabriele Bammer

271. Good practice in community-based participatory processes in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researcher by Jan Chapman, Alyson Wright, Nadine Hunt and Bobby Maher

270. Yin-yang thinking – A solution to dealing with unknown unknowns? by Christiane Prange and Alicia Hennig

269. Theoretical framework for open team science / オープンチームサイエンスという考え方 by Yasuhisa Kondo

268. Blackboxing unknown unknowns through vulnerability analysis by Joseph Guillaume

267. What motivates researchers to become transdisciplinary and what are the implications for career development? by Maria Helena Guimarães, Olivia Bina and Christian Pohl

266. Looking in the right places to identify “unknown unknowns” in projects by Tyson Browning

265. The role of persistence in influencing policy with research by David McDonald

264. Creative writing as a journey into the unknown unknown by Lelia Green

263. Participatory research and power by Diana Rose

262. Managing innovation dilemmas: Info-gap theory by Yakov Ben-Haim

261. 10 tips for next generation interdisciplinary research by Rachel Kelly

260. What do you know? And how is it relevant to unknown unknowns? by Matthew Welsh

259. Using a cartoon video to achieve research impact by Darren Gray, Yuesheng Li and Don McManus

258. How can we know unknown unknowns? by Michael Smithson

257. Using discomfort to prompt learning in collaborative teams by Rebecca Freeth and Guido Caniglia

256. Accountability and adapting to surprises by Patricia Hirl Longstaff

255. Why model? by Steven Lade

254. Fourteen knowledge translation competencies and how to improve yours by Genevieve Creighton and Gayle Scarrow

253. Learning from interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research ‘failures’ by Dena Fam and Michael O’Rourke

252. Four patterns of thought for effective group decisions by George Richardson and David Andersen

251. Five lessons for early career researchers in interacting with policymakers by Aparna Lal

250. Five principles of co-innovation by Helen Percy, James Turner and Wendy Boyce

249. How to support research consortia by Bruce Currie-Alder and Georgina Cundill Kemp

248. Designing scenarios to guide robust decisions by Bonnie McBain

247. Agent-based modelling for knowledge synthesis and decision support by Jen Badham

246. Funding transformative research: 10 key stages by Flurina Schneider

245. What makes government policy successful? by Jo Luetjens, Michael Mintrom and Paul ’t Hart

244. Managing uncertainty in decision making: What can we learn from economics? by Siobhan Bourke and Emily Lancsar

243. Collaboration: From groan zone to growth zone by Carrie Kappel

242. Linking collective impact to the characteristics of open living systems by Lewis Atkinson

241. Improving the i2Insights blog: Your ideas are welcome! by Gabriele Bammer and Peter Deane

240. Ten things to know about how to influence policy with research by Helen Tilley, Louise Shaxson, John Young and Louise Ball

239. What every interdisciplinarian should know about p values by Alice Richardson

238. Adaptive social learning for systemic leadership by Catherine Hobbs

237. Building a research impact culture by Louise Shaxson

236. Incommensurability, plain difference and communication in interdisciplinary research by Vincenzo Politi

235. Improving transdisciplinary arts-science partnerships by Tania Leimbach and Keith Armstrong

234. Practical tips to foster research uptake by Emily Hayter and Verity Warne

233. A manifesto of interdisciplinarity by Rick Szostak

232. Idea tree: A tool for brainstorming ideas in cross-disciplinary teams by Dan Stokols, Maritza Salazar, Gary Olson and Judith Olson

231. Achieving transformational change by Steve Waddell

230. Knowledge asymmetry in interdisciplinary collaborations and how to reduce it by Max Kemman

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

228. Tracking stakeholder engagement and research impact by Cathy Day

227. Toolboxes as learning aids for dealing with complex problems by Stefan Hilser

226. Metacognition as a prerequisite for interdisciplinary integration by Machiel Keestra

225. Trust and empowerment inventory for community groups by Craig Dalton

224. Three “must have” steps to improve education for collaborative problem solving by Stephen Fiore

223. Embracing tension for energy and creativity in interdisciplinary research by Liz Clarke and Rebecca Freeth

222. Grant proposal writing for teams: Avoiding Frankenstein’s monster by Lauren Gee


221. Building a global community to improve how complex real-world problems are tackled by Gabriele Bammer

220. Conceptual modelling of complex topics: ConML as an example / Modelado conceptual de temas complejos: ConML como ejemplo by Cesar Gonzalez-Perez

219. Scatterplots as an interdisciplinary communication tool by Erin Walsh

218. Developing a ‘capabilities approach’ for measuring social impact by Daniel Hicks

217. Research impact in government – three crucial elements you will need for success by Anthony Boxshall

216. Transforming transdisciplinarity: Interweaving the philosophical with the pragmatic to move beyond either/or thinking by Katie Ross and Cynthia Mitchell

215. Skilful conversations for integration by Rebecca Freeth and Liz Clarke

214. Six strategies to ensure policies are backed by evidence by Danielle Campbell and Gabriel Moore

213. A flexible framework for stakeholder engagement by Michelle Banfield

212. Four strategies for improving knowledge exchange among scientists and decision-makers by Chris Cvitanovic

211. Conditions for co-creation by Gabriele Bammer

210. Language matters in transdisciplinarity by Tilo Weber

209. Twelve ways to kill research translation by Lewis Atkinson

208. You are biased! by Matthew Welsh

207. Ten steps to strengthen the environmental humanities by Christoph Kueffer and Marcus Hall

206. Maximizing use of research evidence – how can funders help? by Bev Holmes

205. Assessing research contribution claims: The “what else test” by Jess Dart

204. Long-term collaboration: Beware blaming back and blaming forward by Charles Lines

203. Producing evaluation and communication strategies in tandem by Ricardo Ramírez and Dal Brodhead

202. Introducing interdisciplinary postgraduate degrees? Seven meta-considerations by Dena Fam, Scott Kelly, Tania Leimbach, Lesley Hitchens and Michelle Callen

201. A checklist for documenting knowledge synthesis by Gabriele Bammer

200. Collaboration and team science: Top ten take aways by L. Michelle Bennett and Christophe Marchand

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

198. Linking learning and research through transdisciplinary competences by BinBin Pearce

197. Synthesis of knowledge about participatory modeling: How a group’s perceptions changed over time by Rebecca Jordan

196. Negotiations and ‘normative’ or ‘ethical’ power by Lena Partzsch

195. What can interdisciplinary collaborations learn from the science of team science? by Suzi Spitzer

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

193. When are scientists neutral experts or strategic policy makers? by Karin Ingold

192. Using Ostrom’s social-ecological systems framework to set context for transdisciplinary research: A case study by Maria Helena Guimarães

191. A guide for interdisciplinary researchers: Adding axiology alongside ontology and epistemology by Peter Deane

190. Using the arts and design to build student creative collaboration capacity by Edgar Cardenas

189. Leading large transdisciplinary projects by Sanford Eigenbrode, Lois Wright Morton and Timothy Martin

188. The university campus as a transdisciplinary living laboratory by Dena Fam, Abby Mellick Lopes, Alexandra Crosby and Katie Ross

187. Tool-swapping in interdisciplinary research – a case study by Lindell Bromham

186. Disciplinary diversity widget: how does your team measure up? by Brooke Struck

185. Foundations of a translational health sciences doctoral program by Gaetano Lotrecchiano and Paige McDonald

184. How is transformative knowledge ‘co-produced’? by Andy Stirling, Adrian Ely and Fiona Marshall

183. Interdisciplinarity and evil – Understanding incommensurability by J. Britt Holbrook

182. Lessons from “real-world laboratories” about transdisciplinary projects, transformative research and participation by Antonietta Di Giulio and Rico Defila

181. Doing a transdisciplinary PhD? Four tips to convince the examiners about your data by Jane Palmer, Dena Fam, Tanzi Smith and Jenny Kent

180. Is it legitimate for transdisciplinary research to set out to change society? by Antonietta Di Giulio and Rico Defila

179. Non-certified experts, stakeholders, practitioners… What participants are called defines transdisciplinarity by Antonietta Di Giulio and Rico Defila

178. Using the concept of risk for transdisciplinary assessment by Greg Schreiner

177. Ten essentials for more impactful and integrated research on transformations by Ioan Fazey

176. Five principles of holistic science communication by Suzi Spitzer

175. CoNavigator: Hands-on interdisciplinary problem solving by Katrine Lindvig, Line Hillersdal and David Earle

174. Two types of interdisciplinary scholarship by Andi Hess

173. Overcoming a paradox? Preparing students for transdisciplinary environments by Machiel Keestra

172. Ten steps to make your research more relevant by Christian Pohl, Pius Krütli and Michael Stauffacher

171. Four questions to guide arts-based knowledge translation by Tiina Kukkonen and Amanda Cooper

170. What makes research transdisciplinary? by Liz Clarke


169. To read or not to read… by Gabriele Bammer

168. Three lessons from statistics for interdisciplinarians and fellow travellers by Gabriele Bammer

167. Recognising interdisciplinary expertise by Gabriele Bammer

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

165. Are more stakeholders better? by Eleanor Sterling

164. Two lessons for early involvement of stakeholders in research by Obasanjo Oyedele, Martin Atela and Ayo Ojebode

163. Why we should not ignore interdisciplinarity’s critics by Rick Szostak

162. Epistemological obstacles to interdisciplinary research by Evelyn Brister

161. Let’s stop measuring and start improving by Louise Locock

160. Two audiences and five aims of action researchers by Hilary Bradbury

159. Three tasks for transdisciplinary bridge builders by Roderick Lawrence

158. Promotion and tenure policies for interdisciplinary and collaborative research by Julie Thompson Klein and Holly Falk-Krzesinski

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

156. Undertaking bi-cultural research: Key reflections from a Pākehā (non-Māori) New Zealander by Maria Hepi

155. Sharing mental models is critical for interdisciplinary collaboration by Jen Badham and Gabriele Bammer

154. Co-producing research: Why we need to say what we mean, mean what we say, and learn as we go by Bev Holmes

153. Three schools of transformation thinking by Uwe Schneidewind and Karoline Augenstein

152. Creating community around the Science of Team Science by Stephen Fiore

151. What can action research and transdisciplinarity learn from each other? by Danilo Streck

150. Synthesis centers as critical research infrastructure by Andrew Campbell

149. Managing deep uncertainty: exploratory modeling, adaptive plans and joint sense making by Jan Kwakkel

148. Four best practices for scaling up effective innovations by Amanda Fixsen, Karen Blase and Dean Fixsen

147. Productive multivocal analysis – Part 2: Achieving epistemological engagement by Kristine Lund

146. Productive multivocal analysis – Part 1: Avoiding the pitfalls of interdisciplinarity by Kristine Lund

145. Toolkits for transdisciplinary research by Gabriele Bammer

144. Good practices in system dynamics modelling by Sondoss Elsawah and Serena Hamilton

143. Responsive research – simple, right? The AskFuse case study by Rosemary Rushmer

142. Bringing the Immunity-to-ChangeTM process to the scientific community by Erica Lawlor and Cheryl Vaughan

141. Scaling up amidst complexity by Ann Larson

140. Keys to transformation: Interactions of values, rules and knowledge by Russell Gorddard, Matthew Colloff, Russell Wise and Michael Dunlop

139. Improving mutual consultation among key stakeholders to optimize the use of research evidence by Allison Metz

138. What’s in a name? The role of storytelling in participatory modeling by Alison Singer

137. Learning from Google about inter- and transdisciplinary leadership by Janet Hering

136. Sharing integrated modelling practices – Part 2: How to use “patterns”? by Sondoss Elsawah and Joseph Guillaume

135. Sharing integrated modelling practices – Part 1: Why use “patterns”? by Sondoss Elsawah and Joseph Guillaume

134. Looking for patterns: an approach for tackling tough problems by Scott Peckham

133. Impacts of social learning in transformative research by Flurina Schneider, Lara M. Lundsgaard-Hansen, Thoumthone Vongvisouk, and Julie G. Zähringer

132. Methods for integration in transdisciplinary research by Matthias Bergmann

131. A guide to ontology, epistemology and philosophical perspectives for interdisciplinary researchers by Katie Moon and Deborah Blackman

130. Going beyond ‘context matters’: a lens to bridge knowledge and policy by Leandro Echt and Vanesa Weyrauch

129. A primer on policy entrepreneurs by Jo Luetjens

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

127. Scoping: Lessons from environmental impact assessment by Peter Mulvihill

126. Knowledge mapping technologies by Jack Park

125. The path perspective on modelling projects by Tuomas Lahtinen, Joseph Guillaume and Raimo Hämäläinen

124. Three theories to help overcome change resistance in service design implementation by Ricardo Martins

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)

122. Team science glossary by Sawsan Khuri and Stefan Wuchty

121. Transkillery! What skills are needed to be a boundary crosser? by Dena Fam, Tanzi Smith and Dana Cordell

120. Ten lessons from a transdisciplinary PhD program in sustainability development by Marianne Penker

119. Complexity and agent-based modelling by Richard Taylor and John Forrester

118. Making sense of wicked problems by Bethany Laursen

117. Values, confidence, and time: What researchers should consider when engaging with civil society organisations by William Allen

116. Argument-based tools to account for uncertainty in policy analysis and decision support by Sven Ove Hansson and Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn

115. Overturning the design of outcome measures by Diana Rose

114. Designing for impact in transdisciplinary research by Cynthia Mitchell, Dena Fam and Dana Cordell

113. Whose side are we on and for whom do we write? by Jon Warren and Kayleigh Garthwaite

112. Critical back-casting by Gerald Midgely

111. Building a better bridge: the role of research mediators by Jessica Shaw

110. Citizen science and participatory modeling by Rebecca Jordan and Steven Gray

109. Six actions to mobilise knowledge in complex systems by Bev Holmes and Allan Best

108. Unintended consequences of honouring what communities value and aspire to by Melissa Robson

107. Models as ‘interested amateurs’ by Pete Barbrook-Johnson

106. Enabling co-creation: From learning cycles to aligning values, rules and knowledge by Lorrae van Kerkhoff

105. Research team performance by Jennifer E. Cross and Hannah Love

104. Getting to a shared definition of a “good” solution in collaborative problem-solving by Doug Easterling

103. Taboo triangles by Charles Lines

102. Dealing with deep uncertainty: Scenarios by Laura Schmitt Olabisi

101. Pro-active learning to improve interdisciplinary processes by Laura R. Meagher


100. Complexity, diversity, modelling, power, trust, unknowns… Who is this blog for? by Gabriele Bammer

99. Two barriers to interdisciplinary thinking in the public sector and how time graphs can help by Jane MacMaster

98. Cross-cultural collaborative research: A reflection from New Zealand by Jeff Foote

97. Material resources for transdisciplinary research by Chris Riedy

96. Powhiri: An indigenous example of collaboration from New Zealand by Rawiri Smith

95. Four simple questions for navigating the knowledge mobilisation swamp by Vicky Ward

94. The strength of failing (or how I learned to love ugly babies) by Randall J. Hunt

93. Storytelling ethnography as a way of doing transdisciplinary research by Jane Palmer

92. Advocate or Honest Broker? by Gabriele Bammer

91. Learning through modeling by Kirsten Kainz

90. The integrative role of landscape by David Brunckhorst, Jamie Trammell and Ian Reeve

89. Uncertainty in participatory modeling – what can we learn from management research? by Antonie Jetter

88. Collaboration, difference and busyness by Gabriele Bammer

87. Model complexity – What is the right amount? by Pete Loucks

86. Four things everyone should know about ignorance by Michael Smithson

85. Problem framing and co-creation by Graeme Nicholas

84. Key readings about interdisciplinarity/ Lecturas clave sobre interdisciplina by Bianca Vienni

83. Improving health care services through Experience-based Co-design by Glenn Robert and Annette Boaz

82. Six lessons about change that affect research impact by Gabriele Bammer

81. A co-creation challenge: Aligning research and policy processes by Katrin Prager

80. The ‘methods section’ in research publications on complex problems – Purpose by Gabriele Bammer

79. Should I trust that model? by Val Snow

78. From integration to interaction: A knowledge ecology framework by Zoë Sofoulis

77. Creating a pragmatic complexity culture / La creación de una cultura pragmática de la complejidad by Cristina Zurbriggen

76. Five principles for achieving impact by Mark Reed

75. ICTAM: Bringing mental models to numerical models by Sondoss Elsawah

74. A governance compass by Tim Gieseke

73. Participatory processes and participatory modelling: The sustainable procedure framework by Beatrice Hedelin

72. Harnessing analogies for creativity and problem solving by Christian Schunn

71. Where are the stakeholders in implementation science? by Allison Metz and Annette Boaz

70. Integration, part 2: The “how” by Julie Thompson Klein

69. Who sets the rules around co-creation by Lorrae van Kerkhoff

68. Integration, part 1: The “what” by Julie Thompson Klein

67. Making predictions under uncertainty by Joseph Guillaume

66. Why are interdisciplinary research proposals less likely to be funded? (Reblog) by Gabriele Bammer

65. Advice to graduate students on becoming “translational” by Alexis Erwin

64. Two frameworks for scoping by Gabriele Bammer

63. Social science identities in interdisciplinary research and education by Eric Toman

62. A process model for teaching interdisciplinary research by Machiel Keestra

61. Creativity in co-creation by Annette Boaz

60. In praise of multidisciplinarity by Gabriele Bammer

59. Is co-creation more than participation? by Katrin Prager

58. Training translational ecologists: moving from accidental to intentional by Mark Brunson

57. Art and participatory modelling by Hara Woltz and Eleanor Sterling

56. Ten communication tips for translational scientists by Sunshine Menezes

55. The interplay between knowledge and power / La interacción entre el conocimiento y el poder by Cristina Zurbriggen

54. From fountain to firehose by David Feldon

53. Co-creation without systems thinking can be dangerous by Gerald Midgley

52. What makes a translational ecologist? Part 3 Dispositional attributes by Translational Ecology Group

51. Ideas for Sustainability. Leverage points is a useful concept in many fronts by Joern Fischer (reblogged)

50. Co-production: it’s all about relationships by Kirsten Kainz

49. What makes a translational ecologist? Part 2 Skills by Translational Ecology Group

48. Tool users old and new: why we need models by Suzanne Pierce

47. What makes a translational ecologist? Part 1 Knowledge by Translational Ecology Group

46. Models as narratives by Alison Singer

45. What is translational ecology? by Translational Ecology Group

44. Serious gaming: helping stakeholders address community problems by Nagesh Kolagani

43. Playing around with PARTICIPOLOGY by Alister Scott

42. Choosing a model: If all you have is a hammer… by Jen Badham

41. Eight institutional practices to support interdisciplinary research by Margaret Palmer, Jonathan Kramer, James Boyd, and David Hawthorne

40. Virtues and vices of real-world co-creation by Quassim Cassam

39. Integrating disciplines / Integrando disciplinas by Marcel Bursztyn, Gabriela Litre and Stéphanie Nasuti

38. Five steps for managing diversity to create synergy by Doug Easterling

37. Facilitating multidisciplinary decision making by Bob Dick

36. Eight strategies for co-creation by Arnim Wiek

35. Six types of unknowns in interdisciplinary research by Gabriele Bammer

34. Can co-creation achieve better outcomes for people and communities? by Deborah Ghate

33. Knowledge synthesis and external representations by Deana Pennington

32. Responding to stakeholders – lessons learnt by Klaus Hubacek and Christina Prell

31. Designing applied research for impact by Andrew Campbell

30. Modeling as empowerment by Laura Schmitt Olabisi

29. Transdisciplinarity: Learning together to teach together by BinBin Pearce, Carolina Adler and Christian Pohl

28. Should water scientists be advocates? by Patricia Gober

27. Looking over the horizon for team effectiveness by Stephen M. Fiore

26. La modélisation participative, un lieu privilégié pour l’interdisciplinarité? / Participatory modeling: an ideal place for interdisciplinarity? by Pierre Bommel

25. Should researchers be honest brokers or advocates? by John Callewaert

24. Towards an evaluation framework for participatory modeling by Miles McNall

23. Research impact: six kinds of change by Gabriele Bammer

22. Moving from models that synthesize to models that innovate by Pete Loucks

21. The knowledge practice paradox by Robert Duiveman

20. Facilitating participatory modeling by Rebecca Jordan

19. Working together for better outcomes: lessons for funders, researchers, and researcher partners by Kit Macleod

18. Modeling as social practice by  Jeremy Trombley

17. Ten dimensions of integration: guidelines for modellers by Serena Hamilton and Tony Jakeman

16. Why participatory models need to include cultural models by Michael Paolisso

15. Do we need to discipline interdisciplinarity? by Gabriele Bammer

14. Fire together, wire together: the role of funding bodies in supporting interdisciplinary research by Mohammad Momenian

13. What is the role of theory in transdisciplinary research? by Workshop Group on Theory at 2015 Basel International Transdisciplinary Conference

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

11. Three options for research impact: informing, driving, triggering By Gabriele Bammer

10. Can mapping mental models improve research implementation? by Katrin Prager

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

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

7. Where to publish? Journals for research integration and implementation concepts, methods and processes by Gabriele Bammer

6. Practicality In Complexity (reblogged) by Nora Bateson


5. Reinventing science? From open source to open science by Alexey Voinov

4. Co-creation, co-design, co-production, co-construction: same or different? by Allison Metz

3. Modelling is the language of scientific discovery by Steven Gray

2. Distinguishing between multi-, inter- and trans-disciplinarity – ‘theological’ hair-splitting or essential categorisation? by Gabriele Bammer

1. Why set up a blog site before you want to use it? First we need to find each other… by Gabriele Bammer