• Working at Philips Lighting: Research Team

    Learn what it's like to work at Philips Lighting in our Research Team NA, where team members have a deep focus on human-centric innovations that make a real impact on the world. Make an impact on people’s lives with light. Join the leading lighting company for the digital world, and help us unlock the extraordinary potential of light for brighter lives and a better world. Be a game changer. Be Philips Lighting. To find out more, visit our careers website: http://www.lighting.philips.com/careers

    published: 25 Nov 2016
  • Delegates and Research Teams

    An explanation of Delegates and Research Team Members on Researchfish, how they can assist you in entering data, and how to invite them.

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • SERTs (Student Environmental Research Teams)

    SERTs are research teams led by student volunteers and mentored by university staff. They enable students and staff to work together on projects that benefit science and society. SERTs is a model founded at Bournemouth University (BU) by Dr Anita Diaz in partnership with students and staff interested in ecology, geography and environmental sciences. Other staff mentors for BU SERTs shown in the video include Dr Elizabeth Franklin, Dr Roger Herbert, Dr Pippa Gillingham, and Dr Iain Green. Other staff involved with SERTs include, Dr Luciana Esteves, Prof Ross Hill, Dr Amanda Korstjens and Dr Genoveva Esteban. Each year we have new SERTs available for BU students. The video also features a cross-university SERT, the Purbeck Heath SERT, which is in collaboration with students from Oxford Broo...

    published: 23 Aug 2015
  • Team Science - transforming interdisciplinary research careers

    Working together is a key part of solving challenges in science. Now, more than ever, researchers are collaborating in teams bringing together diverse groups of experts to find answers to contemporary global problems. The benefits of collaboration to scientific progress are clear, but the academic community is still failing to encourage and reward those working in teams. We’ve engaged with a wide range of researchers, funders, employers and publishers, and found that issues of career development and a lack of recognition can impact on individuals when they work in teams. Biomedical research is rooted in a tradition of individual and small team scholarship with an emphasis on leadership and independence. But as research is done increasingly by teams, academia must embrace a fundame...

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Making teams work, in space | Lauren Blackwell Landon, NASA

    Learn how you can use data and science to make work better at https://g.co/rework Dr. Lauren Blackwell Landon, research scientist at the Wyle/NASA Johnson Space Center, talks about preparing a team to go to Mars and how team effectiveness is mission critical. Think your office is crowded? Now imagine occupying an area the size of a four bedroom house with four to six of your closest work colleagues for TWO AND A HALF years. On top of that, you can’t talk in real-time with your friends and family, you have to work out two hours a day, and there’s no escape plan. This is what a NASA team is preparing for as they get ready to send humans to Mars. Some things are mission critical: astronauts need to know when to step into formal leadership roles and step back into a proactive followership r...

    published: 24 May 2016
  • Dr. Neal Barnard - Research teams, studies and medical journals on vegetarians

    Dr. Neal Barnard during the 6th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition held in Loma Linda, California on February 24: "...my research team conducts a number of studies, we published them in leading medical journals and they are available for people who look for them on the typical search engines the scientists use. But we are not the only research team which does this, there are many others as well who are either observing vegetarians and tracking how well they do or in some cases actually putting people on vegetarian diets when the people may have never done this before and they are seeing how they can improve. So, all this individuals are publishing their findings and at important conferences they present their results and publish them in journals so that it can be debated, di...

    published: 20 Apr 2013
  • Leaders Eat Last : Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't

    Simon Sinek's mission is to help people wake up every day inspired to go to work and return home every night fulfilled by their work. His first book, Start With Why, offered the essential starting point, explaining the power of focusing on WHY we do what we do, before getting into the details of WHAT and HOW. Now Sinek is back to reveal the next step in creating happier and healthier organizations. He helps us understand, in simple terms, the biology of trust and cooperation and why they're essential to our success and fulfillment. Organizations that create environments in which trust and cooperation thrive vastly out perform their competition. And, not coincidentally, their employees love working there.

    published: 04 Aug 2016
  • Research Framework für SCRUM Teams

    Manuela Risch (USEEDS°) auf dem World Usability Day Berlin 2015 Mehr unter http://2015.wud-berlin.de/events/ux-research-framework-fuer-scrum/

    published: 04 Nov 2016
  • How to Do User Research in Agile Teams

    You will learn to build better products by researching user behavior, needs, and motivations. We’ll show you a practical guide to integrate these techniques to your Agile development process. You will learn, • Types of user research • Traditional Agile processes • How to integrate user research and Agile • How to create you own lab • The impact on your product development process

    published: 20 Jan 2017
  • What do the RISE Country Research Teams hope to learn?

    The RISE Country Research Teams from Vietnam, Pakistan, India, and Tanzania share their thoughts on the key findings that they hope to discover during their research.

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • Research teams enrich the scholarly experience

    Undergraduate researchers and their faculty partners talk about their experiences and achievements at St. Norbert College's annual Celebrating Student and Faculty/Staff Collaborations event.

    published: 03 May 2012
  • Part 2 - Discussion and research teams in action

    published: 02 Feb 2013
  • Research - Teams

    We create our research teams on a project basis, determined by the demand to produce content. They work strictly along CI's research method and steps. Our researchers are Americans and Germans with extensive experience living, studying and working in the respective other country. CI-researchers are either in their M.A./M.Sc. phase of studies or have already completed their graduate program. Many of them are working on their Ph.D. We have researchers from all of the academic disciplines: humanities, natural sciences, economics, business, engineering. Our researchers are highly motivated. CI's work speaks to their experience. Our approach to research animates them intellectually. Researchers work directly with John Magee, gaining deep insight into the subject matter and methodology. CI a...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • Scheduling meetings for global research teams using Google Calendar

    Demonstrates a few techniques to facilitate the scheduling of meetings for globally distributed research teams.

    published: 14 Sep 2010
  • Intellectual diversity of scientific disciplines and research teams

    Intellectual diversity of scientific disciplines and research teams Staša Milojević March 9, 2015 Abstract: Highly publicized results from large research teams suggest that ‘big science’ is more successful and innovative than the efforts of small teams and single authors. That raises the question of whether small science has value in today's scientific landscape, and whether society should invest in it. A possible downside of the move towards highly collaborative research is that it could affect the heterogeneity of research approaches and the topics studied. In order to establish if that is the case, one needs a method that can measure the intellectual diversity of different types of research teams through time independent from sheer productivity. In this talk I will propose an innovati...

    published: 16 Mar 2015
  • Philip Troyk - Building Research Teams

    Illinois Institute of Technology Associate Dean of Armour College of Engineering Professor of Biomedical Engineering Professor, Stuart School of Business Entrepreneurship Founder, President, CEO, of Sigenics, Inc, a microelectronics design and manufacturing company located in the University Technology Park

    published: 01 Feb 2017
Working at Philips Lighting: Research Team

Working at Philips Lighting: Research Team

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  • Updated: 25 Nov 2016
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Learn what it's like to work at Philips Lighting in our Research Team NA, where team members have a deep focus on human-centric innovations that make a real impact on the world. Make an impact on people’s lives with light. Join the leading lighting company for the digital world, and help us unlock the extraordinary potential of light for brighter lives and a better world. Be a game changer. Be Philips Lighting. To find out more, visit our careers website: http://www.lighting.philips.com/careers
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Delegates and Research Teams

Delegates and Research Teams

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An explanation of Delegates and Research Team Members on Researchfish, how they can assist you in entering data, and how to invite them.
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SERTs (Student Environmental Research Teams)

SERTs (Student Environmental Research Teams)

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  • Updated: 23 Aug 2015
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SERTs are research teams led by student volunteers and mentored by university staff. They enable students and staff to work together on projects that benefit science and society. SERTs is a model founded at Bournemouth University (BU) by Dr Anita Diaz in partnership with students and staff interested in ecology, geography and environmental sciences. Other staff mentors for BU SERTs shown in the video include Dr Elizabeth Franklin, Dr Roger Herbert, Dr Pippa Gillingham, and Dr Iain Green. Other staff involved with SERTs include, Dr Luciana Esteves, Prof Ross Hill, Dr Amanda Korstjens and Dr Genoveva Esteban. Each year we have new SERTs available for BU students. The video also features a cross-university SERT, the Purbeck Heath SERT, which is in collaboration with students from Oxford Brookes University, University of the West of England (UWE) and University of Gloucestershire. The Purbeck Heath SERT surveys plants and animals on 110 heathland sites and investigates the relationship between species distributions and habitat management. Results will help inform wildlife conservation management carried out by landowners such as the National Trust and RSPB. The video was produced by Margot Jacobson, Iv Marks and Tom Cotton who are BU undergraduates studying Media Production.
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Team Science - transforming interdisciplinary research careers

Team Science - transforming interdisciplinary research careers

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  • Updated: 09 Mar 2016
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Working together is a key part of solving challenges in science. Now, more than ever, researchers are collaborating in teams bringing together diverse groups of experts to find answers to contemporary global problems. The benefits of collaboration to scientific progress are clear, but the academic community is still failing to encourage and reward those working in teams. We’ve engaged with a wide range of researchers, funders, employers and publishers, and found that issues of career development and a lack of recognition can impact on individuals when they work in teams. Biomedical research is rooted in a tradition of individual and small team scholarship with an emphasis on leadership and independence. But as research is done increasingly by teams, academia must embrace a fundamental change in its approach. We are calling for improved information about the contributions of individual team members and for that information to be used and valued in assessment. As a first step, we recommend that researchers sign up to obtain an individual identifier through ORCID. Employers, funders and researchers should work with publishers to develop a standardised contribution information framework that can be used on research publications. As well as calling for better information about the contributions of individuals, we’ve made recommendations in four key areas. Funding opportunities should be both flexible and generous, allowing for the longer timescales needed to build and coordinate teams. Funders should regularly review the balance, flexibility, length and magnitude of support they offer for team science projects. Team members should also have access to focused and appropriate training in skills such as networking, leadership and management at all career stages, with funders, employers and researchers working together to develop nationally recognised schemes. All researchers should agree on milestones, credit and responsibilities throughout a project. Skills specialists, such as those working to support aspects of the research process, or who manage core research facilities and equipment, need clear, well supported career paths. Employers should actively manage skills specialists to support them in delivering collaborative science. And researchers should make sure that skills specialists are fully acknowledged for their contributions. All stakeholders need to work together, to ensure that those who participate are recognised, trained, rewarded and supported. For more information on our recommendations visit http://www.acmedsci.ac.uk/teamscience
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Making teams work, in space | Lauren Blackwell Landon, NASA

Making teams work, in space | Lauren Blackwell Landon, NASA

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Learn how you can use data and science to make work better at https://g.co/rework Dr. Lauren Blackwell Landon, research scientist at the Wyle/NASA Johnson Space Center, talks about preparing a team to go to Mars and how team effectiveness is mission critical. Think your office is crowded? Now imagine occupying an area the size of a four bedroom house with four to six of your closest work colleagues for TWO AND A HALF years. On top of that, you can’t talk in real-time with your friends and family, you have to work out two hours a day, and there’s no escape plan. This is what a NASA team is preparing for as they get ready to send humans to Mars. Some things are mission critical: astronauts need to know when to step into formal leadership roles and step back into a proactive followership role, how to create a psychologically safe space, and how to manage conflict and respect boundaries. The team uses debriefs to address interpersonal and personal issues and work toward psychological readiness to ensure mission performance and safety. This video was recorded at the re:Work 2016 event.
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Dr. Neal Barnard - Research teams, studies and medical journals on vegetarians

Dr. Neal Barnard - Research teams, studies and medical journals on vegetarians

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2013
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Dr. Neal Barnard during the 6th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition held in Loma Linda, California on February 24: "...my research team conducts a number of studies, we published them in leading medical journals and they are available for people who look for them on the typical search engines the scientists use. But we are not the only research team which does this, there are many others as well who are either observing vegetarians and tracking how well they do or in some cases actually putting people on vegetarian diets when the people may have never done this before and they are seeing how they can improve. So, all this individuals are publishing their findings and at important conferences they present their results and publish them in journals so that it can be debated, discussed and dissected even and the results can be widely known". Dr. Neal Barnard is the Founder and President of Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine in Washington DC. This is a video of the web-tv Veggie Channel: http://www.veggiechannel.com Interview of Massimo Leopardi Editor: Julia Ovchinnikova You can also find us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/veggiechannel or on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/VeggieTV
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Leaders Eat Last : Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't

Leaders Eat Last : Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't

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  • Updated: 04 Aug 2016
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Simon Sinek's mission is to help people wake up every day inspired to go to work and return home every night fulfilled by their work. His first book, Start With Why, offered the essential starting point, explaining the power of focusing on WHY we do what we do, before getting into the details of WHAT and HOW. Now Sinek is back to reveal the next step in creating happier and healthier organizations. He helps us understand, in simple terms, the biology of trust and cooperation and why they're essential to our success and fulfillment. Organizations that create environments in which trust and cooperation thrive vastly out perform their competition. And, not coincidentally, their employees love working there.
https://wn.com/Leaders_Eat_Last_Why_Some_Teams_Pull_Together_And_Others_Don't
Research Framework für SCRUM Teams

Research Framework für SCRUM Teams

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Manuela Risch (USEEDS°) auf dem World Usability Day Berlin 2015 Mehr unter http://2015.wud-berlin.de/events/ux-research-framework-fuer-scrum/
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How to Do User Research in Agile Teams

How to Do User Research in Agile Teams

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2017
  • views: 221
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You will learn to build better products by researching user behavior, needs, and motivations. We’ll show you a practical guide to integrate these techniques to your Agile development process. You will learn, • Types of user research • Traditional Agile processes • How to integrate user research and Agile • How to create you own lab • The impact on your product development process
https://wn.com/How_To_Do_User_Research_In_Agile_Teams
What do the RISE Country Research Teams hope to learn?

What do the RISE Country Research Teams hope to learn?

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  • Updated: 19 Oct 2016
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The RISE Country Research Teams from Vietnam, Pakistan, India, and Tanzania share their thoughts on the key findings that they hope to discover during their research.
https://wn.com/What_Do_The_Rise_Country_Research_Teams_Hope_To_Learn
Research teams enrich the scholarly experience

Research teams enrich the scholarly experience

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  • Updated: 03 May 2012
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Undergraduate researchers and their faculty partners talk about their experiences and achievements at St. Norbert College's annual Celebrating Student and Faculty/Staff Collaborations event.
https://wn.com/Research_Teams_Enrich_The_Scholarly_Experience
Part 2 - Discussion and research teams in action

Part 2 - Discussion and research teams in action

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2013
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Research - Teams

Research - Teams

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We create our research teams on a project basis, determined by the demand to produce content. They work strictly along CI's research method and steps. Our researchers are Americans and Germans with extensive experience living, studying and working in the respective other country. CI-researchers are either in their M.A./M.Sc. phase of studies or have already completed their graduate program. Many of them are working on their Ph.D. We have researchers from all of the academic disciplines: humanities, natural sciences, economics, business, engineering. Our researchers are highly motivated. CI's work speaks to their experience. Our approach to research animates them intellectually. Researchers work directly with John Magee, gaining deep insight into the subject matter and methodology. CI affords them a high degree of flexibility and freedom.
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Scheduling meetings for global research teams using Google Calendar

Scheduling meetings for global research teams using Google Calendar

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Demonstrates a few techniques to facilitate the scheduling of meetings for globally distributed research teams.
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Intellectual diversity of scientific disciplines and research teams

Intellectual diversity of scientific disciplines and research teams

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Intellectual diversity of scientific disciplines and research teams Staša Milojević March 9, 2015 Abstract: Highly publicized results from large research teams suggest that ‘big science’ is more successful and innovative than the efforts of small teams and single authors. That raises the question of whether small science has value in today's scientific landscape, and whether society should invest in it. A possible downside of the move towards highly collaborative research is that it could affect the heterogeneity of research approaches and the topics studied. In order to establish if that is the case, one needs a method that can measure the intellectual diversity of different types of research teams through time independent from sheer productivity. In this talk I will propose an innovative method to measure the size of the intellectual domain of scientific disciplines based on an automated extraction of concepts contained in the titles of scientific publications. The method is applied to 20 million articles in three disciplines over the periods of 120 years and yields some intriguing results that suggest that small teams including individual authors are still instrumental for continued growth of science.
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Philip Troyk - Building Research Teams

Philip Troyk - Building Research Teams

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Illinois Institute of Technology Associate Dean of Armour College of Engineering Professor of Biomedical Engineering Professor, Stuart School of Business Entrepreneurship Founder, President, CEO, of Sigenics, Inc, a microelectronics design and manufacturing company located in the University Technology Park
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