Fredrik Hacklin

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Knowledge lies at the very heart of innovation. A company’s ability to create, store and transfer knowledge about technologies, customer needs and the innovation process itself may well determine success in bringing new products or services to the market. Yet, little is known as to how companies treat these issues in practice. This paper presents the(More)
In recent trends of industrial dynamics and technological change, the effect of technological convergence can be observed as a major reason for disruptions, shake-outs and other reconfigurations of the competitive landscape. The convergence phenomenon is driven by a global dispersion of involved resources, an increasing amount of technological intersections(More)
Science-industry interactions with respect to innovation have become an increasingly important phenomenon. A major driver for this development can be seen in a changing science and industry context, such as the emergence of the entrepreneurial university and the rising importance of knowledge to industrial R&D. Whereas, in general, a substantial increase in(More)
The ‘business model’ represents an increasingly important management concept. However, progress in research related to the concept is currently inhibited from inconsistencies in terms of formalizing and therewith also empirically measuring the ‘business model’ concept. Taking this as a starting point, this paper offers a conceptualization for building a(More)
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