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    Introduction to the Minitrack on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Early Stage Firms
    Gloet, M ; Samson, D (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2022-01-01)
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    Supporting Supply Chain Innovation and Sustainability Practices through Knowledge and Innovation Management
    Gloet, M ; Samson, D (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2020)
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    More Eggs in the Same Basket: How Shopping Online Reduces Variety Seeking in Purchases
    Verstraeten, J ; Van Kerckhove, A ; Lei, J ; Zhao, Y ; Argo, J ; Lowrey, TM ; Schau, HJ (Association for Consumer Research, 2020)
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    Impact of Internal Environmental Uncertainty and Knowledge Leveraging on Manufacturing Plant’s Financial Performance
    Mannaperuma, B ; Singh, PJ ; Ho, W (ANZAM, 2019-12-03)
    Businesses are unclear about which levels of knowledge leveraging from suppliers and customers increase the financial performance in internal uncertain business environments. Therefore, this study first aims to explore how the leveraging of supplier and customer knowledge, which are driven by different motivations, impact the financial performance in modern days. Also, this study further investigates the impact of internal business environmental uncertainty dimensions of dynamism, munificence, and complexity on a business’ knowledge leveraging practices and financial performance. This study used empirical data from 513 plants, across 9 countries, and 21 industries and invokes Knowledge-Based View with environmental uncertainty literature. Leveraging of supplier and customer knowledge improve the financial performance and internal environmental uncertainty dimensions moderate those relationships.
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    Does Procedural Justice Increase the Inclusion of Migrants? A Group Engagement Model Perspective
    Adamovic, M ; Gahan, P ; Olsen, JE ; Harley, W ; Healy, J ; Theilacker, M (Academy of Management, 2018-07-09)
    Workforces have become more culturally diverse due to globalization, skilled labor shortages, aging societies, and hardships in developing countries. One critical challenge associated with managing a culturally diverse workforce is ensuring inclusion. Migrant workers often experience discrimination, social exclusion, and lower organizational identification. Further attention is required to address these challenges and create inclusive workplaces for migrants. We integrate research on migrant workers with research on the group engagement model to create a model for understanding and enhancing migrant worker inclusion. We test our model using data drawn from employees in a large-scale survey of Australian workplaces. The results of our multilevel moderated mediation analysis indicate that, consistent with the group engagement model, a procedurally fair work environment tends to increase organizational identification, which in turn is associated with higher levels of work engagement. Importantly, our results also indicate that procedural justice climate is more important for migrant than for native workers. Our work has clear implications for practice. Organizations should establish a procedurally fair work environment in which cultural minorities experience consistent and unbiased policies and procedures, are able to express their opinions, and participate in decision-making.
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    Management Scholarships Contribution to Climate Change Research: A Bibliometric Analysis
    Wohlgezogen, F ; MCCABE, A ; Osegowitsch, T ; Mol, J (Academy of Management, 2020)
    As climate change pervades natural and social systems, the integration of social sciences in interdisciplinary climate change research is crucial but often lacking. In this study, we use bibliometric analyses of management research on climate change to understand how management scholars have navigated interdisciplinarity, and what impact their efforts had on top-tier climate change research. We find that management scholarship (1) features substantial engagement with an interdisciplinary knowledge base through backward references, and (2) fails to attract the attention of climate change research in top-tier interdisciplinary journals, as evidenced in very low and stagnant forward citations."
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    Embeddedness and the Production of Novelty in Music: A Multi-Dimensional Perspective
    Mauskapf, M ; Quintane, E ; Askin, N ; Mol, J (Academy of Management, 2017-01-31)
    Creativity and innovation are central to cultural production, but what makes certain producers more likely to innovate than others? We revisit the concept of embeddedness to evaluate how different dimensions of social structure affect the production of novelty in music. Using original data on over 10,000 unique artists and 115,000 songs recorded and released between 1960 and 1995, we estimate how musicians’ social, cultural, organizational, and geographic embeddedness affects their propensity to create novel products. Results from a series of Relational Event Models (REM’s) suggest that artists who are highly culturally and geographically connected are more likely to create novel songs, especially when they span multiple genres, are women, or are in the early stages of their careers. Surprisingly, variations in social and organizational embeddedness do not significantly influence this outcome. These findings produce new insights into the production of novelty in music, and encourage us to further examine the multiplexity of embeddedness and its role in organizing innovation.
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    Short-term and long-term stability in electronic communication networks
    Quintane, E ; Pattison, PE ; Robins, GL ; Mol, JM (Academy of Management, 2013-01-01)
    Network researchers typically focus on patterns of stable relationships, where stability represents the unfolding of social processes over long time frames. By contrast, we argue and empirically demonstrate that social interactions exhibit regularities across different time frames (short and long-term), reflecting distinct social processes.
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    Proceedings of Gender and Sexuality at Work: A Multidisciplinary Research and Engagement Conference 2020
    Sojo Monzon, V ; Wheeler, M ; Sojo Monzon, V ; Wheeler, M (The University of Melbourne, 2020-06-19)
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    Extending Farris: SKU characteristics - defining their position on the market share-distribution curve
    Hirche, M ; Lockshin, L ; Nenycz-Thiel, M ; Greenacre, L ; Loose, S (European Marketing Academy, 2017)
    Poster with abstract