Robin Teigland

Full Professor at Entrepreneurship and Strategy

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Robin Teigland is Professor of Strategy and Management of Digitalization in the Entrepreneurship and Strategy Division. Robin is a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), member of the Productivity Commission for Sweden's Ministry of Finance, and board member of Luftfartsverket (LFV - Sweden's leading actor in air traffic control for civil and military aviation and related services).

Robin's publications can be found here, and her research interests are at the intersection of strategy, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship:
• Digital innovation networks and knowledge creation and diffusion, e.g., open source software communities, digital entrepreneurial ecosystems
• Digitalization and influence of disruptive technologies, e.g., AI, blockchains, 3D printing, virtual reality, on the future of the firm, labor and value creation in society
• Circular economy and social impact through digitally-enabled circular economies
• New industrial revolution and future of the Swedish welfare state and the nation state


Robin is developing the circular economy through the twin transition of manufacturing. She is Director of the project SuRF-LSAM (Developing Sustainable Resilient circular economy microFactories with LSAM), a three-year project co-financed by Vinnova/Produktion2030/FORMAS/Energymyndigheten. SuRF-LSAM aims to establish a global network of circular economy microfactories through implementing microfactories in Portugal and Sweden, recycling polymer waste for LSAM materials, and optimizing LSAM processes.

Robin is Chairman of Co-creating Better Blue (C2B2), a research program funded by Mistra - Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research. C2B2 runs 2023-2027 and comprises 11 research organizations and initially 25 stakeholders from industry and public sector.  During 2019-2023, Robin was Director of Ocean Data Factory, Sweden’s first national ocean data lab.



Robin is also an impact entrepreneur developing a blue circular economy in Portugal under the Peniche Ocean Watch Initiative and startups: Circular Ocean LDA in Portugal and Ekbacken Studios AB in Sweden.


Prior to Chalmers, Robin was Professor of Business Administration, with a specialization in Strategic Information Systems Management at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), where she earned her PhD in 2003 and became SSE’s sixth female professor in 2015 since its founding in 1909. She was also listed several years by the Swedish business magazine, Veckans Affärer, as one of Sweden’s most influential women, primarily in technology, and in 2019, she was ranked as one of Sweden’s top 100 public speakers.

Robin grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. She does not sing, but she did try learning to play the banjo. :-) She holds a B.A. in Economics with Distinction from Stanford University, an MBA from the Wharton School, an MA in International Studies from the University of Pennsylvania, and a PhD in Business Administration from the Stockholm School of Economics. She also has a range of work experiences, such as venture capital in Silicon Valley, consulting for McKinsey & Co. in Sweden and Spain, an entrepreneur in Norway, production operations for Esso in Chile, stock brokerage in Spain, and international banking in USA. In her free time, she enjoys learning from her five children as well surfing longboard waves near her Go4Surf surf school in Peniche, Portugal.


More information can be found at www.robinteigland.com or by googling her.

 

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Showing 18 publications

2024

AI och digitaliseringens betydelse för EU:s framtida arbetsmarknad: Scenarier och implikationer

Robin Teigland, Mikael Wiberg
Europaperspektiv 2024: Europeiska unionens djup och storlek i en tid av ofred
Book chapter
2024

Machine Learning (ML) as a surrogate model for early-stage energy optimization

Xinyue Wang, Josie Harrison, Robin Teigland et al
SimBuild Conference Proceedings. Vol. 11
Paper in proceeding
2024

Identifying influential architectural design variables for early-stage building sustainability optimization

Xinyue Wang, Robin Teigland, Alexander Hollberg
Building and Environment. Vol. 252 (111295)
Journal article
2024

Identifying influential architectural design variables for early-stage building sustainability optimization

Xinyue Wang, Robin Teigland, Alexander Hollberg
Building and Environment. Vol. 252
Journal article
2023

How do different stakeholder groups within an open source software project influence the project's development: a case study of OpenSimulator

Paul Di Gangi, Robin Teigland, Zeynep Yetis
Information Technology and People. Vol. 36 (7), p. 3048-3078
Journal article
2023

Large Scale Additive Manufacturing of Recycled Polymer Composites

Mohammad Sadegh Rouhi, Robin Teigland, Johan Landberg et al
Proceedings of the American Society for Composites - 38th Technical Conference, ASC 2023, p. 2405-2411
Paper in proceeding
2023

The Emergence of a Circular Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem from a Circular Economy Initiative

Ida Eyi Heathcote-Fumador, Katharina Cepa, Robin Teigland
Fourteenth International Symposium on Process Organization Studies (PROS)
Paper in proceeding
2022

A Pathway to Climate Neutral Buildings:Definitions, Policy and Stakeholder Understanding in Sweden and China

Xinyue Wang, Robin Teigland, Alexander Hollberg
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Vol. 1078 (1)
Paper in proceeding
2022

Blockchain for the circular economy: Theorizing blockchain's role in the transition to a circular economy through an empirical investigation

Moritz Böhmecke-Schwafert, Marie Wehinger, Robin Teigland
Business Strategy and the Environment. Vol. 31 (8), p. 3786-3801
Journal article
2022

Design for Society

Sara Gancho, Isabel Farinha, Robin Teigland et al
Springer Series in Design and Innovation, p. 405-415
Book chapter
2021

The challenges of knowledge combination in ML-based crowdsourcing - The ODF Killer shrimp challenge using ML and kaggle

Adrian Bumann, Robin Teigland
Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Vol. 2020-January, p. 4930-4939
Paper in proceeding
2019

The substitution of labor: From technological feasibility to other factors influencing the potential of job automation

Jochem Van Der Zande, Karoline Teigland, Shahryar Siri et al
The Digital Transformation of Labor (Open Access): Automation, the Gig Economy and Welfare, p. 31-73
Book chapter
2019

MiniTrack: Advances in trust, identity, and trusted systems in technology-mediated environments

Sirkka Jarvenpaa, Mareike Mohlmann, Robin Teigland
Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Vol. 2019-January, p. 5765-5766
Paper in proceeding
2019

An introduction to digital welfare a way forward?

Anthony Larsson, Robin Teigland
Digital Transformation and Public Services: Societal Impacts in Sweden and Beyond, p. 1-11
Book chapter
2019

AI leadership and the future of corporate governance: Changing demands for board competence

Fernanda Torre, Robin Teigland, Liselotte Engstam
The Digital Transformation of Labor (Open Access): Automation, the Gig Economy and Welfare, p. 116-146
Book chapter
2019

The trust revolution blockchain’s potential to resolve institutional inefficiencies?

Alejandro Moreno Puertas, Robin Teigland
Digital Transformation and Public Services: Societal Impacts in Sweden and Beyond, p. 277-292
Book chapter

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Showing 7 research projects

2023–2026

SuRF-LSAM: Developing Sustainable Resilient circular economy microFactories with LSAM

Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
VINNOVA

2 publications exist
2022–2023

Organizing the Circular Economy Through A Network of LSAM Microfactories Recycling Ocean Plastics - OCEAN-LSAM

Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
VINNOVA

3 publications exist
2021–2023

Ocean Data Factory 2.0

Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
VINNOVA

2021–2024

Stakeholder-specific environmental and economic optimization of buildings in early design stages

Alexander Hollberg Building Technology
Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
Holger Wallbaum Building Technology
Formas

2 publications exist
2020–2021

The Crossroads of AI & Innovation Management

Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
VINNOVA

2019–2021

Ocean Data Factory

Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
VINNOVA

2018–2020

4boards.ai: The Challenges of AI for Sustainable and Innovative Corporate Governance

Robin Teigland Entrepreneurship and Strategy
Martin Wallin Entrepreneurship and Strategy
VINNOVA

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