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Marie Bengtsson received her PhD from Linköping
University, Linköping, Sweden, in 2008 on the dissertation
The Art of Replicating, which focused replication as
an expansion strategy in chain organizations in the
fashion industry. She is currently a senior lecturer in
the Department of Management and Engineering at
Linköping University and is part of the KITE Research
Group. Her recent research has focused on organizational
change and the development of routine in agile software
development projects and she is currently studying
model-based design in jetfighter development. She can
be contacted at email@example.com
Lars Lindkvist is Professor of Business Administration
at Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden, where he
is a member of the KITE Research Group. His recent
research has focused on the organization of project-based firms, routine development, roadmapping,
and software development change. His publications
include articles in Industrial and Corporate Change,
International Journal of Project Management,
International Sociology, Journal of Management
and Governance, Journal of Management Studies,
Organization Studies, Management Learning, and
Scandinavian Journal of Management. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org