Bjorn Axling, Gustaf Ahlenius, Daniel Roos, Rick Eagar

Bjorn Axling is a Principal at Arthur D. Little. He is part of the global Technology & Innovation Management practice leadership team and is based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Gustaf Ahlenius was formerly a Manager at Arthur D. Little Nordic’s Automotive & Manufacturing practice. He currently holds a position as Manager Business and Finance Development at Swegon AB in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Daniel Roos is a Principal at Arthur D. Little. He leads the Nordic Technology & Innovation Management (TIM) practice and is part of the global TIM practice leadership team. He is based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Rick Eagar is a Partner at Arthur D. Little. He leads the UK Technology & Innovation Management (TIM) practice and is part of the global TIM practice leadership team. He is based in London, UK

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    Creating the Optimal R&D Organization

    Nov 25, 2014 | In: Organization & Culture

    Driven by the need to respond to global hyper-competition and the increasing clock speed of technological change, companies are relying heavily on their R&D functions to accelerate innovation while maintaining tight budgets. However, organizational structures for R&D in large international companies are often sub-optimal and act as a major barrier to performance improvement. In order to successfully optimize R&D’s contribution to business value, companies need to address the three key dimensions of structure, governance and process. From our extensive work with the R&D functions of leading global companies, we have identified eight imperatives to ensure a successful transformation across these dimensions.

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