This will establish a further understanding of research strategy, its history, role, and context, followed by a presentation of tools for how to work with and develop research strategies.The starting point is an analysis of the changing in research funding, moving from primarily be public funded to be primarily funded by competitive funding; moving from bottom-up research to problem-solving and contributing to societal challenges; and moving from individual projects to large-scale international consortia: These changes forces the need for the establishing of a research strategy on research group level, and institutional level.We will present the overall framework of research and from there move into the different components of how to establish a research strategy, hereunder hierarchies of strategies, mission and vision, actors and ownership, building successful teams, ending up with three major case stories on how to build successful research strategies.
|Title of host publication||Research Management: Europe and Beyond|
|Editors||Jan Andersen , Susi Poli, Kristel Toom , Pamela F. Miller|
|Number of pages||37|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|