Natalie Breutner, M. Sc.
Natalie Roth received a Master in Management and a Bachelor of International Business Studies from Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. During her studies, she specialized in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and gained international experience at Mälardalen högskola in Sweden.
After her graduation in 2014, she worked for 3 years in a strategic consulting firm focusing on digital transformation and thereby gained practical experience in different innovation related consulting projects. The wish to deepen her knowledge in open innovation and organizational development made her return to the academic world. Her research focuses on Open Innovation and the future of work. In this context, she examines, for example, the impacts of the work environment and workplace on the employees’ creativity, productivity and working satisfaction.
European business venturing in times of digitisation – an analysis of for-profit business incubators in a triple helix context
In: International Journal of Technology Management 76 (2018), p. 104-136
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Managing New Workspace Concepts—A Strategic Change Project in a German Insurance Company
British Academy of Management (Birmingham)
Facilitating organizational goals through co-created workspace concepts
British Academy of Management (BAM) Doctoral Symposium (Bristol)
Key challenges in developing and implementing new workspace concepts. RESER annual conference (Gothenburg)
RESER (The European Association for REsearch on SERvices) annual conference (Gothenburg)