Dr. Casper Hein Winther is an Assistant Professor at Department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School. Casper studies incumbent firms responding to disruption through innovation, particularly how organizations manage tensions between exploiting the existing business and exploring new business opportunities. Casper is particularly interested in how pharmaceutical companies respond to the disruption of the pharmaceutical industry through digital innovation. Casper views organizational theory from a paradox perspective, and he published his research in outlets such as the Journal of Management Inquiry.
As an Assistant Professor of Managerial Economics and Performance Management, Casper teaches courses on Managerial Economics, Organizational Economics and Performance Management throughout the BSc, MSc and HD programs. Casper supervises theses across the research areas of Innovation Management as well as within the particular domains of technology, digital transformation and corporate innovation labs. Casper did his PhD on the corporate innovation lab of a major, Danish pharmaceutical company, and he previously worked as a research assistant on the externally funded research project Driving Competitiveness through Servitization.
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Casper Hein Winther / Inside the Innovation Lab : How Paradoxical Tensions Persist in Ambidextrous Organizations Over Time. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2022, 230 p. (PhD Series, No. 19.2022)
Simone Carmine; Constantine Andriopoulos; Gotsi Manto; Charmine E. J. Härtel; Anna Krzeminska; Nkosana Mafico; Camille Pradies; Hassan Raza; Tatbeeq Raza-Ullah; Stephanie Schrage; Garima Sharma; Natalie Slawinski; Lea Stadtler; Andrea Tunarosa; Casper Winther-Hansen; Joshua Keller / A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis In: Journal of Management Inquiry, Vol. 30, No. 2, 4.2021, p. 138-153