Techniques and background concepts for the different phases and aspects of integrated research
Finding a preferred option within a group while minimising people advocating for personal preference
Evaluating scientific collaborations, relationships and performance.
Get feedback on how an event went and what to improve next time.
A process for multi-project research teams to establish and clarify links between projects.
Create a map of which stakeholders are engaged and their relative power
Revealing and discussing different perspectives to see problems from other viewpoints
Understanding how you work and appreciating differences in others.
Analyse and visualise the causes and consequences of complex problems.
A tool for teams to plan what a project will do and how it will do it.
Use silence to help ensure everyone gets a chance to contributes.
A powerful tool for studying the nature and outcomes of human-environment interactions.
Plan who should participate when and their level of engagement at each stage.
Identify, select and critically appraise research in order to answer a clearly formulated question.
An illustrated explanation of how your project is going to deliver impact.
Generate, discuss and synthesise different knowledge about changes over time.
Building and maintaining relationships when researching with Māori.
Bringing together ideas and concepts from different sources.
A high-level view of how knowledge and expertise might get integrated during different project phases.
A holistic approach to analysis that focuses on the way that a system's parts interrelate.
Understand different team structures for improving knowledge exchange between scientists and their audience.
It is not just scientific knowledge that is important for integrated research.