An Ecosystem and a Sharing Philosophy
Chapter 6: A communal approach—the clan
Building communities of engaged scholars or creating a vibrant community is challenging. Continuity of research is important. Being involved in a programmatic line of research on one topic may help young scholars in their transition to become experienced and successful scholars. This is what we experienced during the Norefjell workshops and in the Norefjell community. This chapter is about the Norefjell workshops. The Norefjell story is about developing a community around a research stream about actual board behaviour and value-creating boards. Norefjell is a story about programmatic research based on a sharing philosophy. The Norefjell workshops have called for responsible science, promoting transparency, open sharing and reproducibility. The workshops have had a social purpose in caring for the participants, with a focus on second and third-order effects through teaching and educating the participants and through sharing, supporting and mentoring.
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