In this study, we show that an open network position is a necessary condition for achieving high levels of individual innovation in professional service firms.
In this study, we examine how the network ties of employees can mitigate low levels of organizational identification and stimulate employees to take charge after a merger.
An overview of research on social networks and intrapreneurship.
In the second lecture of our Corporate Entrepreneurship course, I talked about the network of informal relationships among employees and its effect on intrapreneurship.
I presented a working paper at the Department of Management of the University of Kentucky
I gave a lecture to 62 students of the Master of Science (MSc) in Strategic Entrepreneurship at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University about social networks, social capital, and intrapreneurship
I organized a session during SUNBELT 2018 on tie content and individual outcomes in organizations
I presented a working paper on brokerage, innovative performance, and necessary condition analysis during SUNBELT 2018
I gave a lecture on Social Networks, Social Capital, and Intrapreneurship to students of the Master of Science in Strategic Entrepreneurship at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
I presented a working paper on brokerage, entrepreneurial behavior, and political skill at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2017 in Atlanta