Innovator resilience potential: A process perspective of individual resilience as influenced by innovation project termination

@article{Moenkemeyer2012InnovatorRP,
  title={Innovator resilience potential: A process perspective of individual resilience as influenced by innovation project termination},
  author={Gisa Moenkemeyer and M. Hoegl and M. Wei{\ss}},
  journal={Human Relations},
  year={2012},
  volume={65},
  pages={627 - 655}
}
  • Gisa Moenkemeyer, M. Hoegl, M. Weiß
  • Published 2012
  • Business
  • Human Relations
  • Innovation projects fail at an astonishing rate. Yet, the negative effects of innovation project failures on the team members of these projects have been largely neglected in research streams that deal with innovation project failures. After such setbacks, it is vital to maintain or even strengthen project members’ innovative capabilities for subsequent innovation projects. For this, the concept of resilience, i.e. project members’ potential to positively adjust (or even grow) after a setback… CONTINUE READING
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