• PhD, Project, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Linkoping University-Sweden.
  • Lic. Eng., Project, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Linkoping University-Sweden (a halfway of PhD study).
  • M.Sc. Eng., Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology-Sweden.
  • M.Sc. Eng., Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology-Sweden (until doing a master thesis).
  • M.A. Sc., Globalization, Innovation and Policy, Linkoping University-Sweden and Oslo University-Norway.
  • M.A., European Studies of Society, Science, and Technology; European Inter-University Association on Society, Science & Technology.
  • B.Eng, Mechanical Engineering, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Dedy Sushandoyo is a full-time lecturer in School of Business and Management, Bandung Institute of Technology-Indonesia. He is affiliated as a researcher at the Center of Knowledge for Business Competitiveness (CK4BC). He receives his PhD degree in the field of Industrial Management from Linkoping University-Sweden. His PhD study and research is part of the project that was fully financed by the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation. The cases of his PhD research relates to the development and commercialization of products based on radically new technologies conducted by large established firms such as Sweden’s Volvo Trucks and Scania as well as British’s BAE Systems. Prior to his PhD study, he obtains his M.Sc. Eng degree. He studied Engineering in two Swedish technical universities: Chalmers University of Technology and Royal Institute of Technology. He earns his double degrees, M.A. and M.A. Sc. in the area of Technology and Innovation Policy. The study was conducted at Linkoping University-Sweden and Oslo University-Norway. His BSc. Eng. degree in Mechanical Engineering was obtained from Gadjah Mada University.

He participated in many seminars and conferences such as Research and Development (R&D), and International Product Development Management (IPDM) conferences. He took workshops for examples on Cleaner Productions’ journal publication and Lund University’s Innovation Systems and Entrepreneurship workshops. He was a visiting researcher for 3,5 months at UK’s Freeman Center, which is is one of largest institutions in the world specializing in science, technology and innovation studies. He publishes his research including in high impact factor journals such as Technovation, Cleaner Productions and Research Policy.

His research Interest is in the areas of Knowledge, Technology and Innovation Management/ Policy for Large Established Firms and Industries.

Academic Teaching in Bachelor Program
1. Anthropology of Organization, 2015 (sit-in)
2. Human Capital Management, 2015 (sit-in)
3. Technology Management, 2014-2015 (for several lectures/ meetings)
4. Organizational Development and Learning Organisation, 2014 (sit-in and being a lecturer for student discussions/presentations)

Academic Teaching in MBA Program
1. Knowledge Management for Innovation
2. People in Organization

Academic Teaching in MSM/DSM Program
1. Management Thought
2. Knowledge Management and Learning Organisation
3. Qualitative Research Method

PUBLISHED PAPERS
1. Transition pathways revisited: Established firms as multi-level actors in the heavy vehicle industry, Research Policy, 2014, (the third author together with Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson).

2. Strategic niche management from a business perspective: Taking cleaner vehicle technologies from prototype to series production. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2014, (the first author together with Thomas Magnusson).

3. Era of ferment and the challenge to the dominant power train design in the heavy vehicle industry, 2013 (the second author together with Christian Berggren). Status: submitted to a journal.

4. A two-way relationship between multi-level technological change and organisational characteristics- Cases involving the development of heavy hybrid buses, Technovation, 2012 (the first author together with Thomas Magnusson).

5. New forms of vehicle maker-supplier interdependence? The case of electric machine development for hybrid vehicles, in The greening of the automotive industry, 2012, Palgrave Macmillan (the first author together with Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson).

6. Sailing Ship Effects? in the Global Automotive Industry? Competition between “New” and “Old” Technologies in the Race for Sustainable Solutions, in The greening of the automotive industry, 2012, Palgrave Macmillan (the first author together with Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson).

7. Producer-user interactions in the development of discontinuous environmental innovations: The cases of the development processes of heavy hybrid vehicles, presented R&D Management Conference, Norrkoping, 2011, (the first author together with Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson).

8. Greening public transportation: a radical design and power train project at an incrementalist innovator. The case of the series-hybrid bus project at Scania Trucks, Int. Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, Volume 10, Number 1/2010, pp. 93-114, (the first author together with Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson).

9. Hybrid, diesel or both? The forgotten technological competition for sustainable solutions in the global automotive industry, Int. Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, Volume 9, Number 2/2009, pp. 148-173, (the third author together with Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson).

CONFERENCE PAPERS
1. A proposed conceptual framework of corporate university, the 2nd International Conference and Seminar on Learning Organization, Jakarta-Indonesia, 2014, (the second author).

2. Knowledge Management Process: Inter- and intra-firm collaboration in the development of a technologically advanced complex product, A case of the development of CN235 aeroplane, International Conference on Knowledge Management, Antalaya-Turkey, 2014, (the first author).

3. Producer-user interactions in the development of discontinuous environmental innovations: The cases of the development processes of heavy hybrid vehicles, The R&D Management Conference 2011, Norrkoping June 28-30, 2011 (the second author together with Christian Berggen and Thomas Magnusson).

CASES
1. Case Report: Managing the development of Scania’s hybrid electric bus prototypes, 2009.
2. Case Report: Managing the development and market introduction of Volvo’s hybrid electric buses, 2013.

THESES
1. PhD Thesis
Managing discontinuous changes in complex products: Cases involving the development and market introduction of heavy hybrid-electric buses, PhD thesis, Linkoping University, 2013.

2. Licentiate Thesis (a halfway of the PhD study)
Managing New Knowledge in Established Systems: Case studies of the development of hybrid electric vehicles, 2010.

Notes:
1. Impact factor of the journals: Technovation (5 Year Impact Factor: 3,449 per 8th March 2014) and Cleaner Production (5 Year Impact Factor 3,398 per 8th March 2014 and 4.088 per 29th September 2014). Research Policy is considered as the most influential journal in the field of Innovation Studies. The impact factor of the journal is 3,989 (5 Years Impact Factor per 30th December 2014).

2. Int. Journal of Automotive Technology and Management is owned by the GERPISA, which is one of the largest associations of social scientists who have research interest related to the automotive industry.

3. All the journal papers mentioned above are indexed by Scopus or Thomson Reuters.

LECTURER
1. Lecturer and researcher, School of Business and Management, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, July 2014-now.
2. Lecturer and researcher (employed as a PhD student), Linkoping University, January 2008-December 2013.
3. Lecturer, Faculty of Industrial Engineering, Telkom University, Indonesia, March-June 2014.

EDITORS/ REVIEWERS
1. Associate Editor, the Asian Journal of Technology Management, School of Business and Management-ITB, (appointed recently), 2014-now.
2. Reviewer, the Asian Journal of Technology Management, School of Business and Management-ITB, 2014.
3. Reviewer, Jurnal Manajemen Teknologi, School of Business and Management-ITB, 2014-now. (in Bahasa Indonesia).
4. Reviewer, Jurnal Bisnis dan Manajemen (JBM), Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Padjadjaran, (appointed recently), 2014-now.
5. Reviewer and Session Moderator, the International Conference on ICT (ICoICT), Telkom University, Indonesia, 2014.

CONSULTANCIES
1. Speaker, Seminar on Tips and Tricks for Writing Papers for Journal Publication, Telkom University, Indonesia, 2014.
2. Workshop Instructor, Business Model for the Department of Research and Development/ the Indonesia Energy and Natural Resources of Republic Indonesia, 2014 (four times).
3. Member, a team for preparing the Business Incubator of Department of Research and Development/ the Indonesia Energy and Natural Resources of Republic Indonesia, 2014.
4. A team leader of the writing of ‘knowledge capture’ of prominent bureaucrats and researcher at Department of Research and Development/ the Indonesia Energy and Natural Resources of Republic Indonesia, 2014-2015.