PhD project (working title): Healthcare Innovation from an Organizational Everyday Perspective
I study innovation processes at a Danish hospital and describe how patients, staff and managers experience innovation as changing temporal structures i.e. duration, tempo and synchronization in daily work practices. The combination of different theoretical perspectives will identify opportunities for creating new paths in organizations by exploring what happens in the intersection between healthcare innovation and temporal structuring. One purpose of the project is to produce specific knowledge on innovation management processes within healthcare.
Anne Reff Pedersen; Mette Brehm Johansen; Vibeke Kristine Scheller / Challenging ‘Colour Time’ : A Practice and Narrative Approach to Organising Waiting Time in Hospitals. I: Sociology of Health and Illness, 8.3.2021
Vibeke Kristine Scheller; Anne Reff Pedersen / Patientforløbets materielle og narrative tidsligheder : Når tid bliver til farvekoder og fortællinger. I: Tid til velfærd: Tidsorganisering i velfærdsprofessionerne. . red. /Mie Plotnikof; Nana Vaaben. København : Hans Reitzels Forlag 2019, s. 35-58
Helge Hvid; Vibeke Kristine Scheller / Workplace Innovation as Institutional Entrepreneurship I: Workplace Innovation: Theory, Research and Practice. . red. /Peter Oeij; Diana Rus; Frank D. Pot. Cham : Springer 2017, s. 171-187 (Aligning Perspectives on Health, Safety and Well-Being)