25 January 2019 | Enschede
The 2019 Change Management & Organizational Behaviour CMOB Research Carrousel at DesignLab, INFORM space, University of Twente, Enschede, assembled experts and researchers in the field of management of medical engagement and medical leadership.
Prof. Dr. Celeste Wilderom, Chair in Change Management & Organizational Behaviour, welcomed some 50 delegates and visitors from companies, research and public organisations.
Prof. Dr. Graeme Martin, esteemed scientists from the University of Dundee in Scotland and member of multi advisory boards and steering committees, delivered a most interesting statement and discourse on Impact of Research and Science and its leadership: "Impacting on medical engagement and medical leadership: Problems and possibilities."
The second and final presentation was delivered by S2BMRC team member Choiwai Maggie Chak, MSc on her PhD Research Update and the Science-to-Society project Münster.Land.Leben: "Interactive dynamics in regional and local health community-academic partnerships: Impact of group climate on partner engagement and collaborative success". The audience of experts asked further taking questions and also provided valuable feedback.