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#1Armin Anzenbacher (University of Augsburg)
#2Marcus Wagner (University of Augsburg)H-Index: 34
Organizational ambidexterity is the ability of organizations to balance exploratory and exploitative activities, and is essential if firms are to survive in dynamic environments. Furthermore, the ambidexterity hypothesis states that firms that have this ability (i.e. are ambidextrous) are more successful. However, this opens a number of questions, namely how firms can balance both types of activities and if this ability is affected by other factors? The purpose of this paper is therefore to inve...
#1Yan Ling (UR: University of Rochester)
#2María Concepción López-Fernández (UC: University of Cantabria)H-Index: 6
Last.Franz W. Kellermanns (WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management)H-Index: 43
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To enrich understanding of the causes of entrepreneurial orientation (EO), we examine whether and how EO is rooted in organizational culture. Following a new conceptualization of EO and based on data from 269 Mexican firms, we theorize and find that organizational culture is a strategic resource that firms can use to cultivate EO and this influence is more transmitted through firms’ entrepreneurial behaviors than through managers’ attitude towards risk. Further, this process is moderated by firm...
#1Giuliano Sansone (Polytechnic University of Turin)
#2Daniele Battaglia (Polytechnic University of Turin)H-Index: 1
Last.Emilio Paolucci (Polytechnic University of Turin)H-Index: 11
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New ventures depend on the capability of entrepreneurs to transform an idea or a technology into a successful company. The literature on entrepreneurship has recognized that Entrepreneurship Education (EE) plays a key role in this process, but the literature on academic spinoffs has focused on other determinants (e.g., Technology Transfer Offices - TTO, and university research expenditures). This research investigates the role of EE in the creation of academic spinoffs by using a new dataset bui...
The aim of the paper is to explore the published management research on women entrepreneurs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (also known as STEM) fields in order to offer a first, comprehensive state-of-the-art of this research. In doing so, a systematic literature review (SLR) of 32 papers has been undertaken. The results of this SLR show that the literature on this topic is still limited and fragmented. However, seeds have been sown for stimulating the theoretical debate and...
#1Christian Linder (ESCP Europe)H-Index: 4
#2Michael Nippa (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano)H-Index: 1
Entrepreneurial motivation is a decisive factor for new venture creation, yet sometimes high motivation does not translate into corresponding behaviour. Comparing the intention-action gap of nascent entrepreneurs, we find that variances in motivation do not sufficiently explain the decision to not pursue a start-up idea. We propose and show that through applying an enhanced version of expectancy theory (ET), it is possible to identify additional personality factors of nascent entrepreneurs which...
#1Carla Susana Marques (UTAD: University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro)H-Index: 18
#2Carlos Peixeira Marques (UTAD: University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro)H-Index: 5
Last.Fernando Ferreira (U of M: University of Memphis)H-Index: 16
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Following the introduction of quasi-markets into publicly funded healthcare systems, nurse intrapreneurs who create innovations within these systems have become increasingly important to improving healthcare outputs. This study sought to examine how self-motivation and managerial skills mediate the influence of entrepreneurial traits on nurses’ intrapreneurial intentions in the Portuguese National Health Service. A structural equation model was assessed using primary data collected from a sample...
#1Carla D. Jones (SHSU: Sam Houston State University)H-Index: 2
#2Carla D. Jones (SHSU: Sam Houston State University)H-Index: 4
Last.Luis R. Gomez-Mejia (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 38
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Scholars have long studied drivers of entrepreneurial behavior among established firms. Yet little is known about how individual factors shape a firm’s choice to pursue entrepreneurship. We draw on behavioral agency theory to explore the role of equity incentives in driving corporate entrepreneurship. Our findings suggest CEOs avoid corporate entrepreneurial behaviors as their option wealth increases. However industry dynamics also prove to be an important contingency when predicting the effects...
#2Yi-Min Chen (NUK: National University of Kaohsiung)H-Index: 1
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Despite the popularity of governmental action devised to foster firm performance, the link between industrial policy and firm-specific human capital and social capital has received scant attention in the strategic management literature. In this paper, we build a dynamic optimization model which bridges concepts from industrial policy, social capital, human capital, and firm-level competitive advantage. We derive theoretical and policy implications from our competitiveness model, concluding that ...
#1Song Lin (CUFE: Central University of Finance and Economics)H-Index: 1
#2Yasuhiro Yamakawa (Babson College)H-Index: 8
Last.Jing Li (CUFE: Central University of Finance and Economics)
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The risk and uncertainty of entrepreneurial activity is high, and failures are common. The existing literature has emphasized that serial entrepreneurs can learn from failures, but studies on how learning affects strategic actions in subsequent entrepreneurship activities are rare. This paper uses the strategic incrementalism perspective to focus on emergent learning and changes in strategy for serial entrepreneurs with failure experience. The empirical results demonstrate that with more intensi...
#1Feng Guo (College of Management and Economics)
#2Feng Guo (College of Management and Economics)
Last.Liangxing Shi (College of Management and Economics)
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Universities and institutes are increasingly recognized as important sources in national innovation systems. As such, an increasing number of academics are participating in entrepreneurial and other commercial activities, and the topic of academic entrepreneurship has attracted wide attention. This paper aims to explore the effect of entrepreneurial identification on academic entrepreneurship from the social identity theory viewpoint and consider the effects of context (social capital inertia, e...
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