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Vem gör vad? Katarina Lund

Katarina Lund

Namn: Katarina Lund

Titel/tjänst: Industridoktorand

Universitet/högskola/organisation: KTH

Institution/avdelning: Integrated Product Development

E-postadress: katarina.lund[at]scania.com

Aktuella projekt:
  1. Exploring the interrelationships between the use of process management approaches (such as Lean product development) and creativity in R&D.
Publicerat, tidskrifter/konferensbidrag:
  • Lund, K., Magnusson, M. (2011). Slack – a driver of innovation in R&D?, Proceedings of the 12th International CINet conference, September 11-13, Aarhus, Denmark
  • Lund, K., Magnusson, M. (2012). The delicate coexistence of standardized work routines and innovation, Proceedings of the 19th International Product Development Management Conference IPDMC, June 18-19, Manchester, U.K.
  • Lund, K. (2012). Creativity just in time? The effects of delivery precision in product development. Proceedings of the 13th International CINet conference, September 17-18, Rome, Italy.
  • Lund, K., Tingström, J. (2011) Facilitating creative problem solving workshops: Empirical observations at a Swedish automotive company. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, August 15-18, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Kihlander, I., Nilsson, S., Lund, K., Ritzén, S., Norell Bergendahl, M. (2011), Planning industrial PhD projects: Speaking both ‘academia’ and ‘practitionese’, Proceedings of the International Conference
    on Engineering Design, August 15-18, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Licentiatuppsatstitel:
Process management in R&D – Doom or salvation for creativity?  (ESBRIs artikel om licentiatuppsatsen)

Nyckelord:
Creativity. Lean Product Development. Efficiency. Creative Climate. Scania.

Övriga meriter och information:
Katarina is an industrial PhD student at Scania. Her research focus is on R&D organizations in large, mature companies and there efforts of combining high levels of efficiency with high levels of creativity.

 
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