Carina Sjödin is a lecturer and a PhD student in Innovation Science and Management. Her previous research has involved user involved service innovation and organizational challenges. Carina holds a Masters degree in Social Science with a major in Education, Adult learning. Previously, Carina has been a self employed consultant within trend watching and business environmental scanning. Carina is currently part of the following project: SIMGIC (Service Innovation Management in Global International Companies).
My main interests in research is service innovation and especially open innovation focusing on user involved service innovation. I also have a special interest in the role of foresight in service innovation. My research is near practice and I especially focus on human interactions.
The practice of weak signal scanning in distributed innovation (Oct 2014) Carina Sjödin ISPIM Americas Innovation Forum (ISPIM)
A foresight study on future trends influencing material consumption and waste generation in production (May 2014) Sasha Shahbazi, Carina Sjödin, Marcus Bjelkemyr, Magnus Wiktorsson 24th International Conference on Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing (FAIM2014)
Customers experiences of co-creation during service (Nov 2012) Carina Sjödin, Per Kristensson International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences
From development to delivery in industrial service innovation (Aug 2011) Erik Lindhult, Carina Sjödin, Neil Urquhart Nordic Academy of Management Conference (NFF), August 22-24, Stockholm, 2011
|KIT kundinvolverad tjänsteutveckling||finished|
|Kommunikation i nätverk kan stödja nätverksdeltagarnas affärsskapande förmåga||on-hold|
|Scenario för Materialeffektivitet i tillverkning||finished|
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|SIMGIC - Service Innovation Management in Global Industrial Companies||finished|