Research Seminar Saeed Khanagha
12:30 - 13:30
Pantry, 4th floor
Disruptive Technologies in an International Context
Saeed Khanagha (Assistant Professor of strategy at Radboud University Nijmegen, visiting researcher at Rotterdam School of Management and Leeds University Business School)
Amsterdam Business Research Institute
Business and Organisation
Saeed Khanagha will hold a seminar on Disruptive Technologies in an International Context on 14 December. Cookies will be provided.
Rapid advances in technology are causing disruption in many industries. Prior research has emphasized that heterogeneity in the demand side is important in determining how incumbents respond to technological disruption. However, at present we know too little about the implications this may have for incumbents, particularly multinational enterprises (MNEs), and their strategic change processes. This research addresses this gap by looking at detailed longitudinal data from Ericsson, which reveals how the company dealt with Cloud computing as an emergent disruptive technology.
Saeed Khanagha is Assistant Professor of strategy at Radboud University Nijmegen. He obtained his PhD degree in Strategic Management from Erasmus University Rotterdam (2015). He is a visiting researcher at Rotterdam School of Management as well as Leeds University Business School. He is co-applicant and leading researcher for a successful Marie Curie Horizon 2020 project (1.3 M Euro) entitled "Complex and Open Innovation for Networked Society (COINS)". His research currently focuses on digital transformation and investigates topics revolving around management of emerging technologies, strategic change and strategy processes, business model innovation, and ecosystem and platform strategies using quantitative and qualitative techniques. His research has been published in journals such as Journal of Management Studies and Long Range Planning and he received a best paper award in the EURAM conference. He has organized a SMS special conference and chaired two SMS sessions about digital transformation and is guest editor of a forthcoming Long Range Planning special issue entitled “Strategizing in a digital world”. Beside his research, he has coordinated and taught several graduate and undergraduate courses at Radboud and Erasmus universities.