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Participatory scenario planning

By Maike Hamann, Tanja Hichert and Nadia Sitas Within the many different ways of developing scenarios, what are useful general procedures for participatory processes? What...

A responsible approach to intersectionality

By Ellen Lewis and Anne Stephens What is intersectionality? How can it be used systemically and responsibly? When you google the term over 66,400,000 results...

Improving cross-disciplinary collaboration with strategy knotworking and ecocycle planning

By Nancy White How can cross-disciplinary teams improve their project results and cross-team learning, especially when they are part of a portfolio of funded projects?...

Dealing with differences in interests through principled negotiation

By Gabriele Bammer How can the interests of a diverse group of researchers and stakeholders tackling a complex societal problem be understood and managed? Interests...

Multidisciplinary perspectives on unknown unknowns

By Gabriele Bammer This is part of a series of occasional “synthesis blog posts” drawing together perspectives on related topics across i2Insights contributions. How can...

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Participatory scenario planning

By Maike Hamann, Tanja Hichert and Nadia Sitas Within the many different ways of developing scenarios, what are useful general procedures for participatory processes? What...

A responsible approach to intersectionality

By Ellen Lewis and Anne Stephens What is intersectionality? How can it be used systemically and responsibly? When you google the term over 66,400,000 results...

Improving cross-disciplinary collaboration with strategy knotworking and ecocycle planning

By Nancy White How can cross-disciplinary teams improve their project results and cross-team learning, especially when they are part of a portfolio of funded projects?...

Dealing with differences in interests through principled negotiation

By Gabriele Bammer How can the interests of a diverse group of researchers and stakeholders tackling a complex societal problem be understood and managed? Interests...

Multidisciplinary perspectives on unknown unknowns

By Gabriele Bammer This is part of a series of occasional “synthesis blog posts” drawing together perspectives on related topics across i2Insights contributions. How can...

What transdisciplinary researchers should know about evaluation: Origins and current state

By Wolfgang Beywl and Amy Gullickson Efforts to develop evaluation in transdisciplinary research have mostly been conducted without reference to the evaluation literature, effectively re-inventing...