Johan Roos (born 1961) is a Swedish organizational theorist known for his work on intellectual capital.[1] He currently serves as Chief Strategy Officer at Hult International Business School, previously having served as President of Copenhagen Business School and Dean of the Stockholm School of Economics.

Johan Roos
Born1961
NationalitySwedish
Alma materStockholm School of Economics
Occupation

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BiographyEdit

In 1985 he also received his MSc in Agricultural Business and Management from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and in 1989 his PhD in International Business from the Stockholm School of Economics.[2]

Roos started his academic career as Research Associate at the Wharton School in 1988. Back in Scandinavia from 1990 to 1994 he was Associate Professor of Strategy at the BI Norwegian Business School. From 1995 to 2000 he was Professor of General Management and Strategy at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland. In 2000 he founded the Imagination Lab Foundation, which he directed until 2006. In 2007 he returned to Sweden, where he was appointed Professor of Strategy and Dean of the Stockholm School of Economics. After two years as President of Copenhagen Business School from 2009 to 2011, he became Dean & CEO of Jönköping International Business School in 2012.

Selected publicationsEdit

  • Lorange, Peter, and Johan Roos. Strategic alliances: Formation, implementation, and evolution. (1993).
  • Von Krogh, George, and Johan Roos. Organizational Epistemology. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995.
  • Roos, Johan, Leif Edvinsson, and Goran Roos. Intellectual capital: navigating in the new business landscape. New York University Press, 1998.
  • Lissack, Michael, and Johan Roos. The next common sense;'Mastering corporate complexity through. (2000).

Articles, a selection:[3]

  • Krogh, Georg von, Johan Roos, and Ken Slocum. "An essay on corporate epistemology." Strategic Management Journal 15.S2 (1994): 53-71.
  • Roos, Göran, and Johan Roos. "Measuring your company's intellectual performance." Long range planning 30.3 (1997): 413-426.

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