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See detailKnowledge Sharing in a Coopetition Project Team: An Institutional Logics Perspective
D'Armagnac, Sophie; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Salvetat, David

in Strategic Change (in press)

Cooperation between firms is often addressed from the perspective of relationship organizing; however, we know little about people’s working-level engagement in collective action during interfirm projects ... [more ▼]

Cooperation between firms is often addressed from the perspective of relationship organizing; however, we know little about people’s working-level engagement in collective action during interfirm projects. Focusing on cooperation between rival firms (coopetition), this paper explores how knowledge can be shared among participants. We conduct a case study of a joint-project team composed of staff from rival firms. Using the principles of grounded theory, we identify four distinct modes of knowledge sharing. By interpreting these modes in terms of temporalities and influential social structures, we develop an understanding of how individual engagement promotes knowledge sharing in an inter-firm coopetitive project. The study reexamines emerging orientations (cooperation and competition) according to institutional logics (market, corporation, and community) and temporalities. It also offers insight into the management of inter-organizational projects that are viewed as temporary organizations. [less ▲]

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See detailAccess to Medical Technologies: Do Gender and Social Capital Matter?
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate et al

in Management International = International Management = Gestión Internacional (2019), 23(2), 23-31

We explore the relationship between the characteristics of social capital, the speed of access to medical technologies and the role of gender in a private practice context. Our findings from a sample of ... [more ▼]

We explore the relationship between the characteristics of social capital, the speed of access to medical technologies and the role of gender in a private practice context. Our findings from a sample of 98 German private practitioners show that: (a) being a woman has an overall negative impact on the speed of access to medical technologies; (b) private practitioners with strong social network ties obtain quicker access to medical technologies than do those with weak ties; (c) men relying on their weak ties perform better than women who do so. In contrast, we observe that women relying on strong ties outperform their male counterparts in terms of speed of access to medical technologies. [less ▲]

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See detailA la rechercher de soutien émotionnel : Femmes entrepreneurs et réseaux féminins
Bourdil, Maryline; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

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See detailIn refugees we trust: Exploring social capital formation from scratch
Iannone, Rosa Lisa UL; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2018, June)

We are currently witnessing the highest levels of displaced people in history, with close to 66 million in a state of forced migration (UNHCR, 2017). Such numbers have placed a lot of stress on hosting ... [more ▼]

We are currently witnessing the highest levels of displaced people in history, with close to 66 million in a state of forced migration (UNHCR, 2017). Such numbers have placed a lot of stress on hosting countries to find solutions for both the social and economic integration of these populations, and in particular, refugees (Bloch, 2014; Lyon, Sepulveda & Syrett, 2007; Phillimore & Goodson, 2006). As Ram, Theodorakopoulos and Jones (2008) have suggested, small businesses and entrepreneurships by migrants illustrates their super-diversity, while highlighting an important labour option through which integration and independence may be achieved. Both opportunity-driven and necessity-driven, refugee entrepreneurs opt for selfemployment in their new countries of residence. In a notable contribution to our knowledge on the phenomenon, Sternberg, von Bloh and Brixy (2016) have evidenced that refugees may even be more likely to start businesses than natives. In accordance, they must often build entirely new social capital (SC) prior to business start-up, also as a strategy for overcoming other types of capital disadvantage. Recent studies that consider SC in relation to refugee entrepreneurship (Basok, 1993; van Kooy, 2016; Bizri, 2017; Sandberg, Immonen & Kok, in press) have emphasised the need to build critical contacts in new countries of residence, given the high value and instrumentality weak ties can bring. There is still a dearth of knowledge regarding refugee entrepreneurship in general, and their processes of SC formation for business start-up in particular. To address this lack of insight, we are undertaking a study that examines the processes of nascent entrepreneurs in a central European capital city. The study explores how SC is created in situations where nascent entrepreneurs are forced to ‘start from scratch’. That is, refugees engaging in entrepreneurial activity, who are dependent on relationships when starting their business, but have little or nothing to draw from. Leading from this, the research question undertaken in this study is a processual one: how do refugee entrepreneurs build the SC they require to start their businesses? In this paper, we adopt the threefold perspective of SC, as defined by Nahapiet and Ghoshall (1998): structural, cognitive and relational. Interrelated, the first deals with the discernable features – network ties – that link actors. The cognitive dimension manifests through shared language, narratives and codes, while the latter deals especially with bonds that emerge between actors, associated with trust, trustworthiness, obligations and expectations, as well as identity and identification. Over time, and through repeated and reciprocal interactions, SC ties may strengthen, while “relational embeddedness” extends. The source of SC, the initial formation of SC, examined through values is what we endeavour to examine. [less ▲]

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See detailLa communauté de pratique pilotée comme vecteur d’innovation organisationnelle en contexte d’établissement public
Obringer, Lisa; Benedic, Michael; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2018, March 21)

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See detailEloge du manager amical
Granata, Julien; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

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See detailHow Do Institutional Logics Evolve Over the Merger Process? A Case in the Public-Private Urban Planning Sector
Thelisson, Anne-Sophie; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Missonier, Audrey

in Strategic Change (2018), 27(1), 53-67

We present an analysis of the institutional logics rivalries during a merger process. We performed an in-depth longitudinal analysis of a private-public merger between two listed companies in the town ... [more ▼]

We present an analysis of the institutional logics rivalries during a merger process. We performed an in-depth longitudinal analysis of a private-public merger between two listed companies in the town planning sector. The case study was based on passive and participant observations over two years, 54 semi-structured interviews and archival records analysis. We underline that the implementation of strategic change during the merger process was fostered by the ability of the actors to combine institutional logics through three concrete practices: redefining the authority, identity and legitimacy of the new organization. We contribute to the refining of the merger literature by offering insights from the institutional logics perspective and provide managerial recommendations to facilitate the post-merger integration process. [less ▲]

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See detailGrowth intention and sales revenues growth in small business: The mediating effect of firm size growth
Cesinger, Beate; Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in International Journal of Technology Management (2018), 78(3), 163-181

While the direct influence of growth intention on small business growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, little research distinguishes the different forms of growth and how they are ... [more ▼]

While the direct influence of growth intention on small business growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, little research distinguishes the different forms of growth and how they are interrelated. This article draws upon growth intention to examine whether firm size growth is the channel through which growth intention influences sales revenue growth. Results from the analysis of a dataset of 20,472 French new ventures reveal that: (1) growth intention has a positive impact on sales revenue growth; (2) firm size growth has a positive impact on sales revenue growth; and (3) firm size growth mediates the effect of growth intention on sales revenue growth. These findings show that firm size growth is a means to achieve sales revenue growth and not only a finality per se. [less ▲]

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See detailManager les paradoxes dans l’entreprise
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine

Article for general public (2017)

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See detailEntrepreneurial learning process: The case of community of practices
Boughattas, Yosra; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2017, June 28)

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See detailInnovations and sales growth in new ventures: The mediating effect of growth intention
Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Cesinger, Beate

Scientific Conference (2017, May 11)

While the direct impact of innovation on growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon Behavioral ... [more ▼]

While the direct impact of innovation on growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon Behavioral Reasoning Theory to examine whether growth intention is the pathway through which product, process and organizational innovations influence venture growth or not. Results from the analysis of a dataset of 20,472 French new ventures reveal that: (1) product, process and organizational innovations have a positive impact on sales revenue growth; (2) growth intention has a positive impact on sales revenue growth; and (3) growth intention mediates the effects of product and organizational innovations on sales revenue growth. These findings have implications for a more balanced and nuanced view on how innovations impact new venture growth. [less ▲]

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See detailLibérez… simplifiez ! La simplification des process pour innover
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Granata, Julien

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See detailUnderstanding the evolution of coopetition among SMEs in a wine cluster: A social capital approach
Granata, Julien; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Nicolosi, Alessandro et al

in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business (2017), 31(1), 67-84

Research on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has done little to explore the drivers of coopetition. However, this issue is crucial for practitioners in charge of implementing the coopetition ... [more ▼]

Research on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has done little to explore the drivers of coopetition. However, this issue is crucial for practitioners in charge of implementing the coopetition process. We address this gap by exploring the drivers of coopetition among SMEs through a longitudinal case study based on 34 interviews along with informal conversations in the French wine cluster of Pic Saint-Loup. We find that the coopetition process (1) occurs in stages driven by specific environmental factors and (2) is facilitated by the social capital of cluster members, particularly the central member (owner-manager), which is key to the success of each coopetition stage. Our results provide a better understanding of wine cluster development and the inducement of SME coopetition. [less ▲]

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See detailProduktinnovation in Start-ups: Die Rolle der Gründungsmotivationen von Unternehmern
Gast, Johanna; Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in ZfKE : Zeitschrift für KMU und Entrepreneurship (2017), 65(3), 123-149

Da Unternehmertum und Innovationen stark miteinander verknüpft sind, wird in dieser Studie der Zusammenhang zwischen ursprünglichen Gründungsmotivationen von Unternehmern und deren tatsächlichen ... [more ▼]

Da Unternehmertum und Innovationen stark miteinander verknüpft sind, wird in dieser Studie der Zusammenhang zwischen ursprünglichen Gründungsmotivationen von Unternehmern und deren tatsächlichen Produktinnovationen innerhalb der ersten Gründungsjahre untersucht. Basierend auf einer Stichprobe der französischen SINE Datenbank, welche von dem französischen Nationalen Institut für Statistik und Wirtschaftsplanung zur Verfügung gestellt wurde, wird gezeigt, dass verschiedene Gründungsmotivationen das Produktinnovationsverhalten von Start-ups positiv beeinflussen und dass Gründungsmotivationen damit auch nach der Gründung noch Nachfolgen haben können. So zeigen die Ergebnisse, dass Gründungsmotivationen wie unternehmerisches Denken und Handeln, Verbessern der finanziellen Position, Nutzen einer Geschäftschance oder –Idee und Arbeitslosigkeit einen signifikant positiven Effekt auf Produktinnovation im frisch gegründeten Unternehmen ausüben. [less ▲]

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See detailStartups' innovation behavior: An investigation into the role of entrepreneurial motivations
Gundolf, Katherine; Gast, Johanna; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in International Journal of Innovation Management (2017), 21

Although it is argued that competitiveness and successful performance in the long-term is facilitated if ventures engage in innovations in diverse domains (e.g. product, process, production ... [more ▼]

Although it is argued that competitiveness and successful performance in the long-term is facilitated if ventures engage in innovations in diverse domains (e.g. product, process, production, administration, etc.), the development of diversified innovation has been rarely analyzed. As the entrepreneurs’ initial motivations to startup are likely to influence their subsequent entrepreneurial behavior, this study aims to explore whether and how entrepreneurial motivations affect diversified innovation behavior in startups. Using data on over 48.000 French startups, we present novel insights into the consequences of entrepreneurial motivation for innovation behavior. In fact, we find that distinct startup motivations can have different effects on the development of diverse innovations. As such, our findings contribute to extant research on innovation development of startups and advance the present understanding of the determinants of startups’ innovative behavior [less ▲]

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See detailNew product and service launching in new ventures: A multilevel approach to innovation antecedents
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gast, Johanna; Gundolf, Katherine

in Economics of Innovation and New Technology (2017), 26(4), 353-367

Macro-economic policies such as public financing seek to push the development and introduction of innovations; however, entrepreneurs also need support in their “day-to-day” activities to improve their ... [more ▼]

Macro-economic policies such as public financing seek to push the development and introduction of innovations; however, entrepreneurs also need support in their “day-to-day” activities to improve their capability to launch innovations. As this micro-level perspective is rarely studied, we analyze both the micro and macro levels by examining the effects of the entrepreneurs’ individual intention to innovate and public financing. Additionally, we include the meso level, representing entrepreneurs’ network. Entrepreneurs are embedded in social spheres in which they capture resources and identify opportunities. But not all entrepreneurs are equally well supported, and some tend to be completely isolated. We thus focus on multilevel factors explaining new product or service launching in new ventures. Drawing on data of 48,251 French new ventures, we reveal that innovation intention and public financing positively impact new ventures’ product and service innovation launching, while entrepreneurs’ isolation has a negative effect. We also highlight two interaction effects that enhance the multilevel effects of innovation antecedents. [less ▲]

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See detailStrong ties, personality, and legitimacy of entrepreneurs: the case of private physicians
Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate; Geraudel, Mickaël UL et al

in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing (2017), 9(4), 346-372

Legitimacy is crucial for entrepreneurs. It is the cornerstone for creating relationships with stakeholders and mitigating resource constraints. But, other-referent legitimacy is also related to the ... [more ▼]

Legitimacy is crucial for entrepreneurs. It is the cornerstone for creating relationships with stakeholders and mitigating resource constraints. But, other-referent legitimacy is also related to the cognitive image of individual legitimacy. Drawing on the identity-based model of legitimacy, we argue that personality traits (big five) and social capital (strong ties) of entrepreneurs impact self-perceived legitimacy of entrepreneurs. Based on survey data of 98 German private physicians, this paper examines antecedents of self-perceived legitimacy towards two main stakeholders: patients and peers. We find that high levels of agreeableness stimulate self-perceived legitimacy towards patients and peers, whereas openness to experience solely influences physicians’ self-perceived legitimacy towards patients. In addition, our results highlight the contingent effect of personality traits by underlining the role of strong ties as moderator of the relationship between personality traits and the self-perceived legitimacy. By identifying these configurations we contribute to the literature on entrepreneurship with a refined perspective of antecedents of self-perceived legitimacy. Moreover, we give recommendations on how private physicians can benefit from two personality traits – agreeableness and openness to experience – and how they can manage weak and strong ties in order to diffuse their reputation. [less ▲]

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See detailQuand petites start-ups et grands groupes coopèrent: David et Goliath revisités
Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Article for general public (2016)

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See detailInnovations and sales growth in new ventures: The mediating effect of growth intention
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Cesinger, Beate; Gundolf, Katherine

Scientific Conference (2016, August)

While the direct influence of innovation on growth has been examined in the entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon ... [more ▼]

While the direct influence of innovation on growth has been examined in the entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon behavioral reasoning theory to examine whether growth intention is the pathway through which product, process and organizational innovations influence venture growth. Results from the analysis of a dataset of 20,472 French new ventures reveal that: (1) product, process and organizational innovations have a positive impact on sales revenues growth; (2) growth intention has a positive impact on sales revenues growth; and (3) growth intention mediates the effects of innovations on sales revenues growth. These findings have implications for a more balanced and nuanced view on how innovations impact new venture growth. [less ▲]

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See detailManagement process of paradoxes of innovation in the context of a merger
Missonier, Audrey; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Missonier, Stéphanie et al

Scientific Conference (2016, July)

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