As a guest speaker of a seminar hosted by the Department of Knowledge Service Engineering, Dr. Nicholas Berente, an assistant professor at University of Georgia, is coming to KAIST today to make a presentation on “Generative Tension and the Management of Infrastructural Innovation.”
The project is NSF-funded and it is detailed in the attached file.
The presentation will start at 2:00 p.m. today in Room 1222 (E2-1).
Anyone who is interested in the topic is welcome to join.
If you have any questions, please contact me at 350-1602.
- Through an exploratory field study of ten high-performance computing centers, we identified a variety of generative tensions associated with a particular form of innovation we describe as “infrastructural innovation.” We develop a process model of dialectical modes of leadership and resource scarcity which result in organizational persistence and different forms of innovation.