Kristina Henriksson

Program Director – Co-Lab Peru, Canadian International Resources and Development Institute (CIRDI)
M.Sc. (Lund), PhD (Lund)

Segal Room: SGL 3735
Segal Phone: 778.782.5255

Email Address: kristina_henriksson@sfu.ca

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Biography

Kristina is Adjunct Professor and Senior Director, Executive Education, where she is responsible for special international projects with private and public sector partners. She is currently seconded as Senior Advisor with CIRDI (Canadian International Resources and Development Institute) and Program Director for Co-Lab Peru – a CIRDI-funded SFU Beedie initiative aimed at supporting cross-sector collaboration to address resource sector governance challenges and inclusive markets in emerging economies, working with industry and partners in Peru and Canada. Kristina also serves as liaison between Beedie and the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI).

An experienced program director, project manager, consultant and researcher, Kristina has engaged with organizations in numerous sectors including mining, banking, economic development, foreign affairs and energy. An entrepreneur, she co-founded and grew EnglishforResearch.com, an online editing and technical writing company with customers at over 300 research and learning institutions. 

Kristina received her PhD (International Business) and Masters (International Business and Economics) from Lund University. She has taught international human resources management in the SFU BBA program, been a scholar at Stanford University, and conducted research on global work practices at the World Bank in Washington, DC and country offices in Mexico, Kenya and South Africa.

Specialization and Research Interests

Kristina Henriksson’s expertise and current research interests include social investment strategies in extractives, cross-sector partnering, women leadership, and organizational learning in the interstitial space of host country governments, communities and the firm.

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Rikard Larsson; Lars Bengtsson; Kristina Henriksson; Judith Sparks

The interorganizational learning dilemma: Collective knowledge development in strategic alliances

1998 | Organization Science. 9(3): 285-305

Books, Book Chapters and Monographs

Kristina Henriksson

The collective dynamics of organizational learning: On plurality and multi-social structuring

1999

Rikard Larsson; Lars Bengtsson; Kristina Henriksson; Judy Sparks-Graham; Raghu Garud; Joseph Porac

Barriers to interorganizational learning: Developing collective knowledge across corporate boundaries

1998 | Advances in Management Cognition and Organizational Information Processing. 109-141

Teaching Related Material

Stephen Howe; Kristina Henriksson

PhraseBook for writing papers and research

2007 | Book, Textbook - New

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