Active research projects and publications by Anders

When, for whom and how is innovation open?

Inter-organizational product development, or open innovation, is a pervasive trend among industrial companies. In practice, however, only a few companies have succeeded in raping the full benefits of inter-organizational development. One important reason t...
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Measuring innovation and innovative capabilities

The project aims to create new knowledge of metrics, indicators, models, and processes of innovation measurement that better reflect current global trends, and to improve knowledge of how measuring innovation can help to increase innovative capabilities of...
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Managing the transfer and development of knowledge

The effective transfer and development of knowledge is one of today’s most urgent concerns of multinationals. The key to make it work lies in efficient knowledge absorption, which is mostly done by multidisciplinary teams within companies and depends...
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by Anders Richtnér


Selection of publications by Anders

Yildiz H.E., A. Murtic, M. Klofsten, U. Zander, and A. Richtnér (2020). Individual and contextual determinants of innovation performance: A micro-foundations perspective. Technovation.

Goffin, K., P. Åhlström, M. Bianchi and A. Richtnér (2019). Perspective: State‐of‐the‐art: The quality of case study research in innovation management. Journal of Product Innovation Management.

Frishammar J., A. Richtnér, A. Brattström, M. Magnusson, and J. Björk (2019). Opportunities and challenges in the new innovation landscape: Implications for innovation auditing and innovation management. European Management Journal.

Brattström A., J. Frishammar, A. Richtnér, and D. Pflueger (2018). Can innovation be measured? A framework of how measurement of innovation engages attention in firms. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management.

Richtnér A., A. Brattström, J. Frishammar, J. Björk, and M Magnusson (2017). Creating better innovation measurement practices. MIT Sloan Management Review.

Mårtensson, P. and A. Richtnér (2015). What parameters do students value in business school rankings. Journal of Higher Education and Policy Management.

Brattström, A., H. Löfsten and A. Richtnér (2015). Similar, yet different: a comparative analysis of the role of trust in radical and incremental product innovation International Journal of Innovation Management.

Axelson, M., and A. Richtnér (2015). Mechanisms for knowledge transfer in product development collaborations. International Journal of Innovation Management.

Richtnér, A. and H. Löfsten (2014). Managing in Turbulence: How the Capacity fo Resilience Influence Creativity. R&D Management.

Richtnér, A., P. Åhlström and K. Goffin (2014). ”Squeezing R&D”: An Exploratory Study of Organizational Slack and Knowledge Creation in NPD. Journal of Product Innovation Management.

Brattström, A., and A. Richtnér (2014). Good Cop – Bad Cop: Trust, Control, and the Lure of Integration. Journal of Product Innovation Management.

Brattström, A., H. Löfsten and A. Richtnér (2012). Creativity, trust and systematic processes in product development. Research Policy.

Richtnér, A. and P. Åhlström (2010a). Organizational Slack and Innovation: The Role of Project Deliverables. Creativity and Innovation Management.