Survey results – W6076

Innovative and more traditional tools in your workflow and that of your peer group (PhD student)

Classification

Traditional tools (Trad)
Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility
Modern tools (Mod)
Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency
Innovative tools (Inn)
Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
Experimental tools (Exp)
Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development

Tools were scored on a scale of 1 (traditional) to 4 (experimental); the chart shows average scores per workflow phase. Tools mentioned as ‘others’ are not included at this stage.

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Survey results – W6075

Innovative and more traditional tools in your workflow and that of your peer group (Professor / Associate professor / Assistant professor)

Classification

Traditional tools (Trad)
Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility
Modern tools (Mod)
Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency
Innovative tools (Inn)
Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
Experimental tools (Exp)
Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development

Tools were scored on a scale of 1 (traditional) to 4 (experimental); the chart shows average scores per workflow phase. Tools mentioned as ‘others’ are not included at this stage.

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Résultats de l’enquête – F969

Outils innovants et plus traditionnels dans votre processus de travail ainsi que celui de votre groupe de pairs (Professeur / Professeur associé / Professeur assistant)

Classification

Outils traditionnels (Trad)
N’apportent aucune fonctionnalité en plus par rapport à l’ère de l’impression, sauf l’accès en ligne
Outils modernes (Mod)
Utilisent les possibilités d’échelle et d’interconnexion d’Internet pour augmenter la vitesse et l’efficacité
Outils innovants (Inn)
En fait changent du “on a toujours fait comme ça” – par ex. orientation sur les utilisateurs, modèles d’affaires différents, changements dans la séquence des activités de recherche, déplacements des rôles des acteurs
Outils expérimentaux (Exp)
Représentent le changement radical, avec parfois des technologies et résultats incertains ; toujours en développement

Les outils ont été classés sur une échelle de 1 (traditionnel) à 4 (expérimental); le diagramme présente les notes moyennes par phase du processus de travail. Les outils mentionnés comme “autres” ne sont pas inclus dans cette étape.

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Survey results – ID8665

Innovative and more traditional tools in your workflow and that of your peer group (PhD student)

Classification

Traditional tools (Trad)
Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility
Modern tools (Mod)
Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency
Innovative tools (Inn)
Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
Experimental tools (Exp)
Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development

Tools were scored on a scale of 1 (traditional) to 4 (experimental); the chart shows average scores per workflow phase. Tools mentioned as ‘others’ are not included at this stage.

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Survey results – ID8663

Innovative and more traditional tools in your workflow and that of your peer group (Industry / Government)

Classification

Traditional tools (Trad)
Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility
Modern tools (Mod)
Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency
Innovative tools (Inn)
Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
Experimental tools (Exp)
Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development

Tools were scored on a scale of 1 (traditional) to 4 (experimental); the chart shows average scores per workflow phase. Tools mentioned as ‘others’ are not included at this stage.

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Survey results – ID8662

Innovative and more traditional tools in your workflow and that of your peer group (Professor / Associate professor / Assistant professor)

Classification

Traditional tools (Trad)
Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility
Modern tools (Mod)
Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency
Innovative tools (Inn)
Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
Experimental tools (Exp)
Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development

Tools were scored on a scale of 1 (traditional) to 4 (experimental); the chart shows average scores per workflow phase. Tools mentioned as ‘others’ are not included at this stage.

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Survey results – X1031

Innovative and more traditional tools in your workflow and that of your peer group (Professor / Associate professor / Assistant professor)

Classification

Traditional tools (Trad)
Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility
Modern tools (Mod)
Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency
Innovative tools (Inn)
Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
Experimental tools (Exp)
Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development

Tools were scored on a scale of 1 (traditional) to 4 (experimental); the chart shows average scores per workflow phase. Tools mentioned as ‘others’ are not included at this stage.

More information on this survey and its results so far: https://101innovations.wordpress.com

If you liked this survey, please consider recommending it to a colleague (and perhaps discuss your results and worksflows together). Just pass on this link: https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/to/Csvr7b?source=WP