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A decision-making method for planning exhibitions in arts organizations

Date: 01/08/2022 Author(s): Ursula Imbernon; Maria del Mar Casanovas-Rubio; Carolina Monteiro; Jaume Armengou Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Museum directors play a fundamental role in the management of arts institutions, and they need to constantly adapt to the changes and requirements of the society. Questions have been raised about how decisions are made in museums, and if any specific method exists to analyze and select exhibitions for a complete annual program. Interviews conducted ... More information

The Role of frictions due to top management in alliance termination decisions

Date: 01/07/2022 Author(s): Anindya Ghosh; Thomas Maximilian Klueter Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) This study examines the termination of research alliances by established firms accessing knowledge from smaller research partners. We relax the assumption implicit in the internal tension perspective of alliance termination that signals from a partner are readily processed and acted upon. Instead, we consider that large firms involved in the alliance ... More information

Processes of ecosystem emergence

Date: 01/07/2022 Author(s): Llewellyn D.W. Thomas; Erkko Autio; David M. Gann Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We investigate patterns in platform ecosystem emergence. We find that the processes of ecosystem emergence—value discovery (designing and establishing an ecosystem value proposition and individual value offerings), collective governance (regulation of participation), platform resourcing (resource acquisition for set-up and scale-up), and contextual ... More information

Speciation in nascent markets

Date: 01/06/2022 Author(s): Guillermo Casasnovas; Fabrizio Ferraro Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) The construction of market infrastructure is a key component of market formation. In this article, we explore when and how this process leads to the fragmentation of a nascent market. We study the emergence of new markets in the context of social and impact investing in the UK during the period 1999-2019. We identify a recursive process of building ... More information

Setting the tone at the top

Date: 01/06/2022 Author(s): Anneloes Raes; Simon B. De Jong; Heike Bruch Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We explore whether, and how, Top Management Team (TMT) cohesion can affect the collective turnover intentions of employees, through two interrelated interface processes. Based on Social Information Processing theory, we propose that the organization's corrosive climate and non-TMT managers' transformational leadership transmit TMT cohesion-based symbolic ... More information

Grassroots innovation success

Date: 01/06/2022 Author(s): Stefan Stremersch; Nuno Camacho; Elio Keko; Stefan Wuyts Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) An increasing number of firms engage in grassroots innovation, i.e., the voluntary generation and development of innovations by any member of an organization, regardless of function or seniority. However, no empirical study to date identifies the determinants of success or failure of grassroots innovation initiatives. We execute a survey study among ... More information

How shareholders react to sustainable narratives about leading European energy companies?

Date: 01/06/2022 Author(s): Alberto Barroso del Toro; Xavier Tort-Martorell; Miguel Ángel Canela Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) This study aims to investigate how the shareholders of leading European energy companies value sustainability narratives. It uses news from the Global Database of Events, Location, Language, and Tone (GDELT) and analyses the cumulative average abnormal returns (CAAR) and abnormal volatilities (AV), incorporating the event study methodology. A total ... More information

A Cognitive approach to the expected value of work integration social enterprises (WISEs)

Date: 01/05/2022 Author(s): Romain Boulongne Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Research summary Oftentimes, social enterprises simultaneously pursue competing organizational goals. For example, this can mean having a social goal (e.g., integrating vulnerable populations into the labor market) and a commercial goal (e.g., being profitable). I propose a theory according to which for such social enterprises, how they are perceived ... More information

Entrepreneurial framing

Date: 01/05/2022 Author(s): Yuliya Snihur; Llewellyn D.W. Thomas; Raghu Garud; Nelson Phillips Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) There is increasing recognition among scholars that entrepreneurs use framing to legitimize their ventures and the broader fields within which they operate. Yet, there is no unifying framework to bring together existing theoretical perspectives on entrepreneurial framing and to make sense of their underlying mechanisms. Based on an integrative review ... More information

The stakeholder value proposition of digital platforms in an urban ecosystem

Date: 01/05/2022 Author(s): Carlos Carrasco; Yuliya Snihur; Pascual Berrone; Joan Enric Ricart Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Using a mixed-method approach, we assess the conditions under which digital platforms can successfully deliver their stakeholder value propositions (SVP)—declarative statements that the digital platform makes about how it adds value or solves a problem for target stakeholders—in cities. We examine the popular digital platform Airbnb in the touristic ... More information
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