Maria Elmquist (formerly Backman) is the Head of the Department of Technology Management and Economics. She also works at the division of Innovation and R&D Management.
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Maria is a Professor in Technology Management with focus on Innovation Management at the Department of Technology Management and Economics. She is also an affiliated researcher to the Centre de Gestion Scientifique (CGS) at Mines ParisTech.
Maria Elmquist’s research revolves around management of innovation in technology-based firms, focusing on how innovation can be enabled in large organizations, how organizations can develop innovation capabilities and how innovation can be enabled through collaboration, in networks or eco-systems. Ongoing research investigates the role of design and design practice in innovation aiming to understand how innovation can be managed in contexts characterized by uncertainty and the unknown. She is currently supervising two PhD students, on the topics of innovation in emerging ecosystems and designing agile organizations. Her work has appeared in journals such as Research Policy, R&D Management and Creativity and Innovation Management. She has published over fifty scientific articles and conference contributions, a book on concept car development and several book chapters.
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