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Markus Hällgren (email@example.com) is a professor of management and organization at Umeå School of Business and Economics. More information; www.markushallgren.com & www.tripleed.com
Markus Hällgrenis professor in management at Umeå School of Business and Economics, Umeå University, Sweden. Hällgren is the founder and leader of the interdisciplinary research profile "Extreme Environments - Everyday Decisions" (www.tripleED.com) at USBE, as well as co-founder and organizer of the International network "Organising Extreme Contexts" together with Linda Rouleau (HEC Montreal). Hällgren´s research interests spans organisation theory in general, and temporary ways of organising, and extreme contexts in particular. Within that broad interest he is particularly interested in sensemaking, routines, team dynamics, and the methodological and theoretical challenges and opportunities of a practice-based approach. As part of that interest Hällgren co-founded the "Projects-as-Practice" approach. Since 2010 he has been a visiting researcher at Uppsala University, and in 2011-13 he was visiting researcher at Stanford University (Scancor and Department of Sociology). Hällgren have received several international and national awards, including the Royal Skyttean
TripleED was founded in 2010 by Markus Hällgren who is leader since. TripleED is an international interdisciplinary research group, and profile at USBE. TripleED investigates decisionmaking and organizing in extreme contexts. Funding has been provided by Söderbergsstiftelserna, Umeå university, FAS, Handelsbanken etc. whose expectations consistently have been met and superseded. TripleED consists of four professors, one associate professor, five senior lecturers and one doctoral student. TripleED collaborates with additional scholars and practitioners.
Organizing in Extreme Contexts was co-founded in 2014 by Markus Hällgren as a result of a workshop at HEC Montreal, co-organized by Hällgren. The network currently consists of approximately forty scholars interested in the practice of Extreme Contexts.