IKON is comprised of a distributed network of researchers working in the area of innovation, knowledge and organizational networks.
Full time IKON staff at Warwick are:
- Professor Jacky Swan - co-Director of IKON
- Professor Davide Nicolini - co-Director of IKON
- Dr Rachel Manning
- Dr Gerry McGivern
- Dr Emmanouil Gkeredakis
- Dr Maja Korica
IKON colleagues in other institutions include:
- Professor Harry Scarbrough (Cass Business School)
- Professor Mike Bresnen (University of Manchester)
- Professor Maxine Robertson (Queen Mary, University of London)
- Professor Sue Newell of University of Sussex
- Dr Jeanne Mengis (University of Lugano, Switzerland) (also a WBS Associate Fellow)
- Dr Nikiforos Panourgias (University of Leicester)
- Dr Katharina Dittrich (University of Zurich) (also a WBS Associate Fellow)
- Dr Bjørn Erik Mørk (BI Norwegian Business School) (also a WBS Associate Fellow)
Former IKON Research Fellows
Research Fellows who have recently worked with IKON on research projects include Dr Daniela D'Andreta, Dr Sarah Evans, Dr Marco Marabelli, Dr Juliane Schwarz, Kenneth Amaeshi, Demola Obembe, and Paul Conville.
IKON is pleased to welcome visiting academics.
Previous visitors have included Professor Paul Carlile (Associate Professor of Management and Information Systems, Boston University School of Management), Gabriel Van Bunnen (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium), Dr David Meacheam of the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia, (now based at University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy), Jan Storgårds from the Helsinki School of Economics, Finland, Claus Jørgensen from the Institute of Business and Technology at Aarhus University, Denmark, and Carlo Rizzi from the University of Trento, Italy.
We also worked with Caroline de Brun, formerly of the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, on our Communities of Practice Project and Claudia Roginski, a Management Fellow, worked with us on our Evidence in Management Decisions project.
IKON invites applications for a doctoral research scholarship to run for 3 years (subject to satisfactory progress) starting in October 2016.
Details will appear here when available.