News and Announcements

News and Announcements

  • MMTC receives SEK 1,4 million grant from the Knowledge Foundation


    MMTC's research to explore digital business transformation has been awarded a 1,4 million SEK grant from the Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen). The grant will be supporting professor Daved Barry's work to build a Digital Business Studio at Jönköping University.
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  • MMTC visiting researcher, Guillaume Dumont, gave a research seminar


    On 26 April, visiting research fellow, Guillaume Dumont, from the Center for Research and Innovation in Sport, Claude Bernard University Lyon 1, and Mediacciones - Research in Digital Culture, Open University of Catalonia gave a research seminar for faculty at Jönköping International Business School.
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  • MMTC visiting research fellow, Tom Evens, presented a research seminar.


    On 19 April, visiting research fellow, Tom Evens, from the University of Ghent, Belgium gave a research seminar for faculty at Jönköping International Business School.
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  • MMTC welcomes Visiting Scholar Tom Evens


    Tom Evens will be visiting MMTC during April 2016 on the MMTC Visiting Scholar Fellowship Program.
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  • MMTC welcomes Visiting Research Fellow Guillaume Dumont


    Guillaume Dumont will be visiting MMTC for three months during April - June 2016 on the MMTC Visiting Scholar Fellowship Program.
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  • Professor Daved Barry’s paper “Discovering the Business Studio” recently won the 2016 Fritz Roethlisberger Award for best contribution to management education


    MMTC Professor Daved Barry’s article “Discovering the Business Studio” in the Journal of Management Education (2015, Vol. 39(1), 153-175) recently won the 2016 Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial Award. The article was co-authored by Daved Barry and Stefan Meisiek, Professor at the University of Sydney. The judging committee commented that the paper is “innovative and accessible with tremendous potential for longevity in its contribution to management education”.

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