Now showing items 1-20 of 68

    • Taylor, Ian; Williams, Paul (2004)
      Locating Africa on the global stage, this book examines and compares external involvement in the continent, exploring the foreign policies of major states and international organizations towards Africa. The contributors ...
    • Lutterbeck, Derek (2011)
      Since late 2010, an unprecedented wave of protests has swept across much of the Arab world. The aim of this paper is to examine the role of the armed forces when confronted with anti-regime uprisings that demand greater ...
    • Waters, Gary; Ball, Desmond; Dudgeon, Ian (2008)
      This book explores Australia’s prospective cyber-warfare requirements and challenges. It describes the current state of planning and thinking within the Australian Defence Force with respect to Network Centric Warfare, and ...
    • Rosa Mendes, Pedro (2015)
      Challenges to security and human rights involving extractive and other industries are addressed in a framework known as business and human rights (BHR), which shares many challenges and goals with SSR. This paper describes ...
    • Braithwaite, John; D’Costa, Bina (2018)
      War and crime are cascade phenomena. War cascades across space and time to more war; crime to more crime; crime cascades to war; and war to crime. As a result, war and crime become complex phenomena. That does not mean we ...
    • Torgersen, Glenn-Egil (2018)
      "The main objective of this chapter is to clarify some key and overall theoretical and conceptual frameworks underlying the research project “Samhandling Under Risk” (SUR), as discussed in the various chapters of this ...
    • Steiro, Trygve J.; Torgersen , Glenn-Egil (2018)
      "The chapter starts with a criticism of management and control concepts that have been rooted in economic or psychological theories and models, although society’s complexity and the pace of change will demand a broader ...
    • Ulnicane, Inga (2020)
      This chapter focuses on the governance of dual-use research in neuroscience in the EU. At a time when many countries are making unprecedented investments in the field of neuroscience, which sometimes are described as the ...
    • Malnes, Raino (2018)
      "This chapter sheds light on interaction (samhandling) between scientists and politicians. What happens when the latter gives the former a role in an effort to ensure that society is not exposed to an unforeseen calamity? ...
    • Drake, Irmelin (2018)
      "This chapter explores the link between social innovation and collaboration among change agents and stakeholders. Social innovation is a field on the rise, both practically and theoretically (Cajaiba-Santana, 2014), and ...
    • Wadel , Carl Cato (2018)
      "The chapter presents a case from a government agency in Norway, where two assistant directors share a leadership position and must interact extensively. The main purpose is to highlight some benefits and challenges ...
    • Steiro, Tryge. J.; Torgersen, Glenn-Egil (2018)
      "This chapter aims to examine how samhandling and concurrent learning work together. “Concurrent learning” is a form of simultaneous learning, where many learning processes related to samhandling take place at the same ...
    • Herberg, Marius; Torgersen, Glenn-Egil; Rundmo, Torbjørn (2018)
      "This study examines self-assessment of preparedness for unforeseen events and how it varies between groups and individuals according to roles and functions within an organization. The study has two objectives. The first ...
    • Heier, Tormod (2018)
      "The chapter describes and discusses interaction within the Norwegian Armed Forces. Military interaction is understood as the dynamic and sometimes unpredictable action undertaken when two or more services interact. The ...
    • Bergh , Johan; Boe, Ole; Bergh, Johan; Boe, Ole (2018)
      "The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the importance of trust in military samhandling. Trust serves as one of the main prerequisites for effective collaboration (Kouzes & Posner, 2003). The Norwegian Armed Forces’ ...
    • Magnussen, Leif (2018)
      "The objective of this chapter is to improve collaborative practices and exercises, taking the unforeseen into account. The major focus is on the process of making collaboration exercises and the planning phase of these ...
    • Carlström, Eric (2018)
      "Samhandling is considered as a key solution when asymmetry occurs. An expectation of seamless samhandling can be a special challenge to High Reliability Organizations which have mechanistic traditions in common, i.e. ...
    • Torgersen, Glenn-Egil; Steiro, Trygve (2018)
      "In this chapter we will demonstrate that samhandling has a different qualitative meaning from other similar concepts. The term “samhandling” is used by many organizations, researchers and textbook authors without ...
    • Boe, Ole (2018)
      "Military operations are very often accompanied by various levels of stress. This chapter aims to discuss the concepts and factors of stress and samhandling. The main factors are social support, self-efficacy, resilience ...
    • Kjellevold Olsen, Olav (2018)
      "This chapter aims to discuss what it takes to make people or groups that do not know each other previously establish effective cooperation during unforeseen events. The focus is on the formation process of “swift trust”, ...