My paper “How to Successfully Change an Organization: Management Perceptions and Practices” is on the top ten download list of SSRN (
Social Science Research Network by Elsevier).
The paper deals with the case of the dairy company Valio in Finland and its massive reorganization efforts.
The paper is available online on both the journal and the SSRN.
Lamprinakis, L. (2017), How to Successfully Change an Organization: Management Perceptions and Practices.
OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, 10(5): 39-48.
The presentations from the Food Safety Day seminar (
Mattryghetsdagen) will be available online until December 14, 2018 on Nofima.
Note that some presentations are in Norwegian and some in English.
I will be attending “
Disruptive Innovations, Value Chains, and Rural Development” organized by ICABR (International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research) at The World Bank in June, where I am presenting my paper “Circular regulations (CR) for bioeconomy development”
The talk highlights the importance for a new understanding of regulatory frameworks that directly relate to the emerging bioeconomy and the underlying circular understanding of economic activity.
I will be speaking at the
Belfast Summit on Global Food Integrity (May 28-31) about the strategies and the decision-making framework of food risk analysis in the Nordics. The talk reflects on a recent research study conducted by the University of Oslo (UiO) and the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO).
The title of our abstract is “Uncovering the strategies within the decision-making framework of food risk analysis in the Nordics”
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) just published the report “Renewable energy prospects for the European Union” to contribute to the ongoing discussions on the regulatory frameworks necessary to support renewable energy as part of the Commission’s “ Clean Energy for All Europeans” package.
The report further supports the global
REmap analysis, to set practical roadmaps for doubling renewables in the global energy mix by 2030.
The complete report is
freely available here.
The new (November 2017) report “Bioeconomy regions in Europe” has just been published by the
Bio-based Industries Consortium and is available online (pdf).
Taken from http://biconsortium.eu/sites/biconsortium.eu/files/publications/BIC_GA_Brochure_Bioeconomy_regions_in_Europe_Nov_2017.pdf
Norway is represented by two regions: Møre and Romsdal, and Nordland.
Greece is represented by Thessaly and Macedonia.
The paper “
How to Successfully Change an Organization: Management Perceptions and Practices” was just published at the OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development.
Lamprinakis, L. (2017), How to Successfully Change an Organization: Management Perceptions and Practices. OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, 10(5): 39-48.
The paper is
freely available online through the SSRN platform.
A book on best practices on mapping and assessing wetlands has just been published, based on our findings from the
WetEcos project and our previous publications. The book is titled “Best practices guide on mapping and assessing wetland ecosystems and their services” and is published by Universitas (ISBN 978-973-741-534-9).
The book is available online.
Centre for the Study of Co-operatives at the University of Saskatchewan (UofS) offers an online course on issues of coop governance, titled “ Governance in Co-operatives”. The course is free for everyone and will run for six weeks (October 6 – November 24).
It is based on six modules:
What Is Governance?
Governance in Business
Governance in Co-ops and Nonprofits
A View of the Future
Where each module has its own case study that is prepared specifically for this course.
Course registration opens October 2, 2017.