Dr Hanna Bahemia
Lecturer in Innovation Strategy
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- Telephone: + 44(0)1912081588
- Address: Newcastle University Business School
Floor 8, Office no.8.21
5 Barrack Road
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4SE
Hanna studied Management Sciences at
the University of Warwick (UK). She holds an MSc in Operations Management and a
PhD in Innovation Management from the University of Manchester (UK). She has a wide international experience
in industry and joined the University Of Newcastle in December 2012 after completing her PhD. Her work experience spans across a broad range of operations:
procurement activities (Spain, South-Africa and China), implementation of ERP
system and new business development in various industries.
She is currently supervising PhD and Masters level students in the area of innovation, and new business models, and welcomes enquiries from potential PhD students who have an interest in innovation management, new product development, business model innovation, and digital technologies.
Memberships: Member of the Druid Society
Member of the Academy of Management
Languages: Bilingual in French and English
Hanna's research interest lies at the interface of open innovation,creativity, entrepreneurship, and new business models. She also has a strong interest in operations management and supply chain management from the perspective of open innovation. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, she focuses on the implementation process of open innovation during New Product Development projects. She has on-going research collaborations with firms in the manufacturing sector. Recently, she completed several case studies in the automotive industry in the UK, and the aim was to expand the contingency theory related to open innovation at the project level.
In addition, she has initiated a research project, related to the challenges of implementing open innovation in multinational companies. The project focuses also on the disruption of business models by start-ups in traditional industries. Her recent research project explores how manufacturing firms can harness the full potential of Industry 4.0 in both their R&D activities and manufacturing processes to optimise productivity and time to market for the launching of new products.
Undergraduate Teaching (Final Year)
Management of Creativity, Design and Innovation.
The module is a blend of theories from the field of social psychology and innovation management. There is a strong connection with the research that Hanna is conducting in the areas of open innovation and business models in various industries.
New Business Development (MBA).
The module aims at developing the capabilities of MBA students to transform an idea into a viable new business venture. Drawn from her current research and previous work experience, Hanna coaches students as nascent entrepreneurs to develop a new business venture through innovative teaching and learning practice.
Open Innovation and Business Clusters (Msc)
The module focuses on open innovation and global clusters of innovation.
Management of Creativity, Design and Innovation
New Business Development
Open Innovation and Business Clusters.
- Bahemia H, Squire B, Cousins P. A multidimensional approach for managing open innovation for New Product Development Projects. International Journal of Operations and Production Management 2017. In Press.
- Rub J, Bahemia H, Schleyer K. An examination of barriers to business model innovation. In: International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation, Portugal. 2017.
- Bahemia H, Sillince J. Timing of openness in a radical innovation project: a configuration approach. Submitted. 2016. In Preparation.
- Bahemia H, Squire B, Roerich J, Cousins P. The role of inter-firm trust and contract in open innovation projects. 2016. In Preparation.
- Bahemia H, Sillince J. Theoretical development of open innovation at the project level. 2017. In Preparation.
- Alarefi M, Bahemia H, Ciesielska M. The antecedents and outcomes of inbound open innovation in manufacturing firms in the UK. In: 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference (WOIC 2016). 2016, Barcelona, Spain: HAAS School of Business, UC Berkeley.
- Shahwan R, Bahemia H, Xinming H. Novel Business Models: An Empirical Study of Antecedents and Consequences in Manufacturing and Services Firms in the UK. 2017. In Preparation.
- Alarefi M, Bahemia H, Ciesielska M. An examination of the antecedents and outcomes of inbound open innovation in manufacturing firms in the UK. 2017. In Preparation.
- Bahemia H. Implementation of an open innovation strategy for a radical innovation project at Jaguar. In: 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management AOM. 2014, Philadelphia, PA, USA: Academy of Management.
- Bahemia H, Squire B, Cousins P. Open innovation in new product development projects: a contingency approach. In: 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. 2013, Lake Buena Vista, Florida. In Press.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. A conceptual model of open innovation for new product development projects: towards a contingency theory. In: Tidd, J, ed. Open innovation research, management and practice. Imperial College Press, 2013, pp.129-158.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. Managing Open Innovation in New Product Development Projects. In: Alexander, B., Tidd, J, ed. Perspectives on Supplier Innovation: Theories, Concepts and Empirical Insights on Open Innovation and the Integration of Suppliers. London: Imperial College Press, 2012, pp.95-128.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. Managing open innovation at a project level: a dynamic managerial capability perspective . In: Druid Conference, Copenhagen. 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. A contingent view of open innovation in new product development projects. . In: Druid Summer Conference London. 2010, Imperial College Business School, London.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. A contingent perspective of open innovation in new product development projects. International Journal Of Innovation Management 2010, 14(4), 603-627.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. Towards a contingent approach to open innovation: an examination of the appropriate degree of openness to supply chain partners. In: International Product Development Management Conference (IPDM), Twente, Netherlands. 2009.
- Bahemia H, Squire B. An Examination of How Knowledge Management Can Improve New Product Success rate in the Supply Chain of the Spanish Ceramic Tile Industry. In: World Congress on Ceramic Tiles (Cevisama). 2008, Valencia, Spain.