At the core of this review would be the text given. Just by glancing at its abstract you can find out what you could critically reflect, though, there are many other areas.
Just focussing on the topic:
The literature review shows that previous studies of IP management in TTOs tend to adopt a simplistic view of IP management, recommending that all valuable inventions should be patented. Moreover, academic research into TTOs and actual TTO practices both appear to focus on improving efficiency and outputs measured in terms of numbers of patents, licenses and spin-offs.
- You could analyze if the premise of the paper is correct: that ... adopts a simplistic view
- You could analyze if all ... should really be patented (or if there are exceptions)
- You could analyze if the mentioned practices really do improve effiency and/or outputs
Apart from content, you could analyze if the literature being used has been
- sufficient or one-sided
- current or old
You could analyze the style (judgmental / drawing conclusions), the subject (too broad / too narrow), the assumptions (illogical / implausibel / logical / plausible), if the ideas can be compared to something similar and there is a different strategy being used...
As you can see the areas in which you could write a critical analysis are rather broad. If you have been given the task to solely write a critical analysis, you should be able to choose what you want to focus on and you‘d highlight that in your introduction, then proving your point in the main body and in the end concluding how you view the text given after having analyzed it.
Hope this helps. Good luck.