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Title: Organizing strategic entrepreneurship to enable product innovation in new and young technology-based firms
Authors: Hughes, Mathew
Hughes, Paul
Morgan, Robert E.
Hodgkinson, Ian R.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Strategic Management Society
Citation: HUGHES, M. ... et al, 2015. Organizing strategic entrepreneurship to enable product innovation in new and young technology-based firms. Presented at: The Strategic Management Society (SMS) 35th International Annual Conference, 3rd-6th October 2015, Denver, Colorado.
Abstract: We examine how strategic entrepreneurship affects explorative and exploitative product innovation and how their synthesis as innovation ambidexterity affects firm performance. We find that opportunity-seeking through entrepreneurial orientation positively affects both explorative and exploitative innovation, but advantage-seeking through sourcing and managing relational resources show differential effects on innovation activity. Those that achieve innovation ambidexterity experience superior firm performance. Our work contributes a first test of strategic entrepreneurship as it applies to product innovation management in new and young technology-based firms, and offers a model reconciling how opposing constructs contained in strategic entrepreneurship and innovation theory can cohabitate in firms.
Description: This is a conference paper http://denver.strategicmanagement.net/.
Version: Accepted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/18497
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