Tina Saebi joined the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in 2012, first as a postdoctoral research fellow and later on as associate professor.
She is also theme leader at the Center for Service Innovation (CSI) for research on “best practices in business model innovation”.
In addition to her research on business models and innovation, she teaches Master-level courses in international strategy.
She obtained her PhD from Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics in 2011. Her thesis investigated how firms can manage alliance portfolios successfully by developing alliance management capabilities.
She also gathered experience in working as a research fellow for EU-commissioned research projects on innovation and entrepreneurship as well as working as a lecturer at Maastricht University, where she also attained her integrated five year M.Sc. (bachelor’s & master's) degree in International Business Studies in 2005.
|Foss, Nicolai Juul, Saebi, Tina||Business Models and Business Model Innovation: Bringing Organization into the Discussion||Business Model Innovation: The Organizational Dimensions, page 1 - 24, 2015|
|Saebi, Tina||Evolution, Adaptation or Innovation? A Contingency Framework on Business Model Dynamics||Business Model Innovation: The Organizational Dimensions, page 145 - 168, 2015|
|Hognaland, Ingrid, Saebi, Tina||Business model selection and innovation : an empirical investigation of the Norwegian newspaper industry||Beta. Scandinavian Journal of Business Research Volume 29 (1), page 49 - 73, 2015|
|Saebi, Tina, Foss, Nicolai Juul||Business models for open innovation: Matching heterogenous open innovation strategies with business model dimensions||European Management Journal Volume 33 (3), page 201 - 213, 2015|
|Soler Perlacia, Anna, Duml, Valeria, Saebi, Tina||Collaborative consumption: Live fashion, don't own it : developing new business models for the fashion industry||Beta. Scandinavian Journal of Business Research Volume 31 (1), page 6 - 24, 2017|
|Saebi, Tina, Nysveen, Herbjørn, Hossain, Mohammad Touhid, Fjuk, Annita||Designing experience-centric business models: what do they look like and how do they influence trust?||Innovating for Trust, page 115 - 130, 2017|
|Adam, Sunniva, Saebi, Tina, Bücker, Christian, Desguin, Samuel, Vaage, Nicolai Madsen||Å bli en aktør i den sirkulære økonomien: Hvordan designe en sirkulær forretningsmodell.||Nye forretningsmodeller i handelen : innovasjon for en bærekraftig fremtid, page 67 - 81, 2017|
|Saebi, Tina, Soler Perlacia, Anna, Duml, Valeria||Samarbeidende forbruk: Fra fast fashion til motedeling||Nye forretningsmodeller i handelen : innovasjon for en bærekraftig fremtid, page 83 - 92, 2017|