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The Networked Business Incubator: Leveraging Entrepreneurial Agency
Recent years have seen the emergence of a new incubator model, the "networked incubator", which is a hybrid form of the archetypal business incubators, based on territorial synergy, relationalExpand
Business Model Dynamics and Innovation: (Re)establishing the Missing Linkages
A new typology to distinguish different types of business model change is proposed, which recognizes and integrates the role of individual agency and can serve as a basis for developing a management tool to evaluate the impact of specific changes to a firm's business model. Expand
Employee‐driven innovation: extending the license to foster innovation
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to outline the “grand structure” of the phenomenon in order to identify both the underlying processes and core drivers of employee‐driven innovationExpand
Open source development: a hybrid in innovation and management theory
This paper addresses innovations based on open source or non‐proprietary knowledge. Viewed through the lens of private property theory, such agency appears to be a true anomaly. However, by a furtherExpand
Openness in innovation and business models: lessons from the newspaper industry
It is shown how the internet and related technology developments have disrupted the long-standing successful business model of the newspaper industry. Expand
Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods in Entrepreneurship
Contents:Foreword Sara CarterIntroduction: Methodological Variety in Entrepreneurship ResearchHelle Neergaard and John Parm Ulhoi PART I: CHOOSING A VEHICLE 1. The Entrepreneurship Paradigm (I)Expand
Mapping key antecedents of employee-driven innovations
Research on employee-driven innovation (EDI) is still in its infancy, and as yet there is no independent body of literature on the topic. The aim of this paper is to review existing insights into theExpand
Enhancing Innovation Capacity in SMEs Through Early Network Relationships
Networks can offer SMEs a number of advantages, especially in terms of providing greater opportunities for knowledge activities that support innovation, but there is little in the literature toExpand
Mapping the Landscape of Shared Leadership: A Review and Synthesis
As can be seen from the substantial increase in the volume and scope of leadership publications over the last ten to fifteen years, leadership is a construct with important social and relationalExpand
Modes and orders of market entry: revisiting innovation and imitation strategies
  • J. P. Ulhøi
  • Economics, Computer Science
  • Technol. Anal. Strateg. Manag.
  • 1 January 2012
Based on a corporate technology and innovation strategy perspective, the paper reconceptualises and extends existing modes and orders of market entry, and clarifies the ambiguity associated with imitative strategies. Expand