Digital service innovation, engaged scholarship and knowledge transfer

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2 Dec 2019

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Cambridge Judge Business School

Trumpington St



United Kingdom


As we are confronted more and more by digital innovation in services and the consequent likelihood of organisational transformation there is a need to reconsider how, as academics, we approach such changes.

Engagement in scholarship with practitioners is a necessary condition of understanding and as a way of ensuring appropriate knowledge transfer from practitioner to scholar and scholar to practitioner.

Entrepreneurial networks.

About the speaker

Bob Hinings is Professor Emeritus in the Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta and Senior Research Mentor at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. He is also a fellow of Cambridge Digital Innovation and an honorary research fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School. He has a long record of studying organisational change. He received the Distinguished Scholar award from the Organisation and Management Theory Division of the US Academy of Management. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a Fellow of the US Academy of Management. He is an honorary member of the European Group for Organisational Studies and he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Montreal for his contributions to the discipline of organisation theory.