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Dr Omid Omidvar

Lecturer in Strategic Management

omid.omidvartehrani@coventry.ac.uk

024 77658872

Lecturer in Strategic Management
Department of Strategy and Applied Management
Coventry Business School
Coventry University
CV1 5FB

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Omid received his Ph.D. degree from The University of Manchester – Manchester Business School in 2013. His thesis broadly focused on the development of learning capabilities across organisational and disciplinary boundaries in collaborative research initiatives. His current research interests include absorptive capacity, boundary crossing mechanisms, communities of practice, and identity development in inter-disciplinary inter-organisational work contexts.

Current research

Completed research

Publications

Omidvar, O, Kislov, R (2013) ‘The Evolution of the Communities of Practice Approach: Toward Knowledgeability in a Landscape of Practice—An Interview with Etienne Wenger-Trayner’, Journal of Management Inquiry  

Omidvar, O (2013) ‘Revisiting Absorptive Capacity: Literature review and a Practice-based Extension of the Concept’, 35th DRUID Celebration Conference, Barcelona, Spain, June 2013

Omidvar, O (2012) ‘Absorptive Capacity in the Landscape of Practices: an Examination of an R&D Consortium’, Conference of Knowledge and Learning- UK, University of Edinburgh, April 2012

Omidvar, O (2011) ‘Sourcing Knowledge in R&D collaborations: the role of absorptive capacity and communities of practice’, 12th European Conference on Knowledge management, Passau, Germany, September 2011

Omidvar, O (2011) ‘Knowledge base development of companies in R&D partnerships: an organisational process and social interaction perspective on learning’, R&D management conference, Norrkoping, Sweden, June 2011

Allman, K., Edler, J., Georghiou, L., Jones, B., Miles, I., Omidvar, O, Ramlogan, R., Rigby, J. (2011) ‘Measuring wider framework conditions for successful innovation: A system’s review of UK and international innovation data’, Nesta