(Joining House of Innovation in 2021)
Eivor Oborn is current Professor of Healthcare Management in the area of Innovation and Organisational Change at Warwick Business School, UK. She earned her PhD at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge in 2006, and is currently an honourary Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School and Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Digital Innovation (CDI). She teaches in the area of Change Management, Strategic Health Leadership and Corporate Entrepreneurship. Eivor is Senior Editor at MISQ and has published work in leading journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Information Systems Research and MISQ. Her research interests span the fields of healthcare, knowledge translation, digital innovation & ICTs, as well as entrepreneurship in ecosystem contexts.
Oborn, E. and Barrett, M. (2020) "Marching to different drum beats : a temporal perspective on coordinating occupational work", Organization Science
Oborn, E., Barrett, M. I. and Barrett, D. A. S. (2020) "Beware of the pendulum swing : how leaders can sustain rapid technology innovation beyond the COVID-19 crisis", BMJ Leader
Faik, I., Barrett, M. and Oborn, E. (2020) "How information technology matters in societal change : an affordance-based institutional logics perspective", MIS Quarterly , 44, 3, 1359-1390
Salmon, V. E., Hay‐Smith, E. J. C., Jarvie, R., Dean, S., Terry, R., Frawley, H., Oborn, E., Bayliss, S. E., Bick, D., Davenport, C., MacArthur, C. and Pearson, M. (2020) "Implementing pelvic floor muscle training in women's childbearing years : a critical interpretive synthesis of individual, professional, and service issues", Neurourology and Urodynamics, 39, 2, 863-870
Oborn, E., Barrett, M., Orlikowski, W. and Kim, A. (2019) "Trajectory dynamics in innovation : developing and transforming a mobile money service across time and place ", Organization Science, 30, 5, 1097-1123
Currie, G., Spyridonidis, D. and Oborn, E. (2019) "The influence of HR practices upon knowledge brokering in professional organizations for service improvement : addressing professional legitimacy & identity in healthcare", Human Resource Management