Johanna Wallin

Industrial PhD student at GKN Aerospace Engine System, Product and Production Development

Johanna Wallin research on the manufacturing industries transition from delivering products to delivering a system of products and services, where innovation capability is a key element. As an industrial PhD student at GKN Aerospace the research is focused on the aerospace industry. The purpose with the research is to advance the knowledge about the challenges and the support methodology of developing product-service system innovation capability in the aerospace industry. Johanna studied networks, collaborations, routines, methods and tools that lead to increased innovation capability for product-service systems. Johanna got her licentiate degree at Luleå University of Technology (2012).

​Top 3 publications

Wallin, J. (2011). ‘Increasing Innovation Capability of Product-Service Systems through Collaborative Networks’, Licentiate Thesis, Division of Innovation and Design, Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden.

Wallin, J. and Kihlander I. (2012) ‘Enabling PSS development using creative workshops’, proceedings at the International Design Conference – DESIGN 2012, Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 21-24.

Wallin, J., Chirumalla, K. and Isaksson, O. (2013) ‘Enabling organizational changes for development of product-service system offers’. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED13), Seoul, South Korea, August, 2013 (Reviewers’ Favorite: rated in the top10% papers based on reviewers’ scores)

Published: Mon 17 Mar 2014. Modified: Mon 21 Dec 2015