Invisible intermediaries:A systematic review into the role of research management in institutional research processes

Derrick, Gemma Elizabeth and Nickson, Alicen (2014) Invisible intermediaries:A systematic review into the role of research management in institutional research processes. Journal of Research Administration, 45 (2). pp. 11-45. ISSN 1539-1590

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Abstract

The introduction of competitive rankings and research assessment frameworks have necessitated that research organisations continually monitor their research strengths and weaknesses. Such monitoring is essential to be able to strategically respond in a competitive environment. There is little research on the role of research management in research organisations, including universities, but the literature suggests that when implemented well, research management is an essential component of the research process. Despite this, an evidence-based understanding of the strategies available for successful research management is lacking. In order for organisations to structure their research management strategies more efficiently, as well as to inform practitioners of the best way to deliver their service, an understanding of the evidence for successful research management strategies is needed. The aim of this article is to provide a systematic review to investigate the evidence base for successful research management strategies.

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Journal Article
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Journal of Research Administration
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20 Nov 2017 21:30
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