Date of Birth: 1949
Approaches for business knowledge
Ingeman Arbnor was born in 1949 in Sweden (Sweden). He studied economics at the University of Lund (Lund University), after which he received his first professorial post with time.
Bjorn Bjerke, a professor of entrepreneurship and small enterprises, oversaw the work Arbnora on his doctoral thesis in the very final stages of her. It was enough to between Arbnorom Bjerke and developed a strong professional relationship. Later they became co-authors of several papers. Common interests of the two professors led to the birth of the book `Methodology for Creating Business Knowledge`, which talks about knowledge management systems.
In its further work Arbnor tried his hand as an entrepreneur. He succeeded in creating a sought-after business training and development centers, in cooperation with multinational corporations in Sweden. Among other achievements in business, Arbnor known for having initiated the trading house `Venture Competence Invest` Academy and Venture Management.
Since the 1990s, Arbnor was a member of the expert group at the Swedish Association of graduates in Business Administration and Economics (SAGBAE).
Research interests Arbnora apply to the area of ??organizational research management, research methodology and multimedia. The book `Methodology for Creating Business Knowledge` 1997, reveals to the reader the details about how to resolve issues with the search and application of knowledge for kachestvennyhissledovany. In addition, the book talks about the effective application of knowledge in a variety of situations for a variety of clients and employers.
Arbnor Bjerke and describe and compare three different methodological approaches for business intelligence: analytical and systematic approach and approach required to identify the nature of the relationships of modern society. Analytical - positivist approach, system - contributing to the construction of explanatory models. Finally, the last approach, better known as `strukturatsii` theory, based on the work of the sociologist Anthony Giddens (Anthony Giddens)` The central problem in social teorii` ( `Central Problems in Social Theory`) 1979 and` dispensation of society: Outline of structuration theory `(` the Constitution ofSociety: Outline of the Theory of Structuration`)-th 1984.
The implications of each of the three methodological approaches identified in a variety of practical and theoretical situations. The core of the scientific method Arbnora are historical and case studies, dialogues, language development, data collection, measurement, control and reliability testing. Arbnor and Bjerke also argue that qualitative research methods should be consistent with the epistemological assumptions of the researcher, theory and research problems.
Ingeman wrote at least 14 books, including `work Phenomenology as a guide to issledovaniyam` (` Phenomenology as a Guide to Research`) 1977. Basically, he wrote in the Swedish language.
Arbnora We have three children.