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See detailLe choix d’un dirigeant au sein d'une petite entreprise: le recentrage expliqué par la centralité
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine

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See detailPrivate practitioners’ access to technological resources: The role of social capital and conscientiousness
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate

Scientific Conference (2014)

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See detailGenerating business referrals for SMEs: The contingent value of CEOs’ social capital
Chollet, Barthelemy; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Mothe, Caroline

in Journal of Small Business Management (2014), 52(1), 79-101

We examine how small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) chief executive officers’ (CEOs) social capital (as measured by strength of ties and structural holes) can help them bring business to their firms ... [more ▼]

We examine how small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) chief executive officers’ (CEOs) social capital (as measured by strength of ties and structural holes) can help them bring business to their firms through the spread of positive referrals. Based on a sample of 408 French SME CEOs, we find a direct effect of social capital. Such effect is contingent on the CEO’s personality, with social capital being most beneficial to CEOs with low levels of conscientiousness. CEOs’ social ties facilitate the distortion of information, thereby leading personal contacts to give referrals to and endorse a focal CEO, even in the presence of negative signals, such as low conscientiousness. [less ▲]

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See detailWhat are the antecedents of coopetition?: An explanation in terms of centrality and personality traits
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Salvetat, David

in European Business Review (2014), 26(1), 23-42

Purpose – Who is able to cooperate with his or her competitors? The coopetition is a relatively recent concept that is almost always studied at the inter-organizational level. To study coopetition at the ... [more ▼]

Purpose – Who is able to cooperate with his or her competitors? The coopetition is a relatively recent concept that is almost always studied at the inter-organizational level. To study coopetition at the individual and inter-individual levels, the authors will analyze the disposition of managers to compete and to cooperate as a function of their centrality to their network and also their personality traits. The paper aims to discuss these issues. Design/methodology/approach – Using a sample of 110 trainee future managers (quantitative method), the paper shows that the network position and personality traits have different effects on propensity to compete and propensity to cooperate. Findings – The paper concludes that the network position has a strong effect on the propensity to compete and also on the propensity to cooperate, in contrast with that, personality traits are more relevant in the explanation of the propensity to cooperate. Originality/value – It seems there are individual and inter-individual causes which might explain the propensity of actors to coopetite. This body of research suggests that it is important to study the characteristics of managers who are able to create cooperation between competitors. [less ▲]

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See detailMake your network’ members satisfied: the case of female entrepreneurs
Bourdil, Maryline; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2013)

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See detailKnowledge management and SMEs: The case of Astrium’s business ecosystem
Salvetat, David; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in Ben Letaifa, Soumaya; Gratacap, Anne; Isckia, Thierry (Eds.) Understanding business ecosystems: How firms succeed in the new world of convergence? (2013)

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See detailLes innovations en management stratégique
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Granata, Julien; Missonier, Audrey

in Jaouen, Annabelle; Le Roy, Frédéric (Eds.) L’innovation managériale (2013)

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See detailInter-organizational knowledge management in a coopetitive context in the aeronautic and space industry
Salvetat, David; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; D'Armagnac, Sophie

in Knowledge Management Research and Practice (2013), 11

Coopetition analyses the simultaneity of competitive and cooperative behaviours between rival firms. Scholars have focused their attention on strategic alliances, but specific coopetition issues are ... [more ▼]

Coopetition analyses the simultaneity of competitive and cooperative behaviours between rival firms. Scholars have focused their attention on strategic alliances, but specific coopetition issues are seldom addressed through in-depth studies. On the basis of inter-organizational relationships, coopetition provides partners with a competitive advantage by enhancing their knowledge creation and transfer, but exposes firms to the risk that rivals may capture their own knowledge. In this, it becomes necessary for firms to mix knowledge creation and transfer strategies with knowledge protection practices. This paper reports on a qualitative study of 37 firms and sheds light on the specific knowledge development process for the partners engaged in coopetition. [less ▲]

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See detailComment utiliser la force des liens de votre réseau pour recruter ?
Bourdil, Maryline; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Article for general public (2012)

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See detailThe tertius roles in a coopetitive context: The case of the European aeronautical and aerospace engineering sector
Salvetat, David; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in European Management Journal (2012), 30(6), 603-614

How can coopetition between rival firms be created and supported, given the risks of opportunism inherent to the coopetitive context? The literature on tertius gaudens (the third-actor who benefits from ... [more ▼]

How can coopetition between rival firms be created and supported, given the risks of opportunism inherent to the coopetitive context? The literature on tertius gaudens (the third-actor who benefits from the others) and tertius iungens (the third who joins) provides some answers to this question. Using an abductive approach based on grounded theory, we sought to describe these tertius roles in the coopetitive process. We conducted 58 structured interviews in 37 organizations in the European aeronautical and aerospace engineering sector. We identified two main classes of third actors who play intermediation roles: decision-makers and go-betweens. Each competitor in the supply chain is managed in accordance with the third-actor profile [less ▲]

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See detailEcosystèmes d'Affaires et PME
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Jaouen, Annabelle

Book published by Hermès Lavoisier (2012)

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See detailKnowledge sharing in a coopetitive context: The case of a joint project team
Salvetat, David; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; D'Armagnac, Sophie

Scientific Conference (2012)

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See detailHow can entrepreneurs choose their cooptative networks?
Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2012)

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See detailNPD Projects in Search of Top Management Support: The Role of Team Leaders' Social Capital
Chollet, Barthelemy; Brion, Sébastien; Chauvet, Vincent et al

in M@n@gement (2012), 15(1), 43-75

A number of studies have found that the performance of NPD projects greatly depends on the support they get from top management. However, research into why some projects get more support than others has ... [more ▼]

A number of studies have found that the performance of NPD projects greatly depends on the support they get from top management. However, research into why some projects get more support than others has been limited. The present paper takes a political approach to NPD, in which top management support is considered to be a function of a project leader’s ability to influence decision processes through personal relationships. Mobilizing the bridging perspective of social capital, we argue that project leaders need both strong ties to high-ranking others and sparseness in their networks. Vertical strong ties bring direct support and solidarity, resulting in improved access to resources and priority over other projects; sparseness provides exposure to the full range of information and interpretations in the organization, resulting in a more accurate picture of the political landscape and thus enabling the implementation of an appropriate influence strategy. A PLS analysis of a sample of 73 French project leaders involved in NPD projects provided support for our hypotheses. Hence, we contribute to a very recent stream of research showing that the structural and relational dimensions of social capital are complementary. [less ▲]

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See detailAre all women networks a good support for female entrepreneurs?
Bourdil, Maryline; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2012)

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See detailElaborer une stratégie marketing avec des ressources limitées
Gachon, Thibault; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in Gundolf, Katherine; Jaouen, Annabelle (Eds.) Diriger sa petite entreprise : Gérer, Communiquer, Se Développer (2011)

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See detailSME CEOs: Do you need to access knowledge? Be an extrovert!
Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2011)

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See detail« La gestion inter-organisationnelle des connaissances dans un contexte coopétitif : le cas des industries aéronautiques et spatiales
Salvetat, David; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; D'Armagnac, Sophie

in Revue Management et Avenir [= RMA] (2011), 47

Souvent assimilée aux alliances stratégiques, la coopétition analyse la simultanéité des comportements compétitifs et coopératifs entre rivaux. Cette notion se fonde sur des relations intra et ... [more ▼]

Souvent assimilée aux alliances stratégiques, la coopétition analyse la simultanéité des comportements compétitifs et coopératifs entre rivaux. Cette notion se fonde sur des relations intra et interentreprises où les rivaux coopèrent sur la base d’une convergence de leurs intérêts. La coopétition procure un avantage compétitif aux partenaires car elle correspond à un mode de gestion performant des connaissances. Elle permet le développement d’une capacité à créer, transférer, utiliser et protéger les connaissances d’une manière différente du développement en interne, ou des autres formes de collaboration interentreprises. Le processus lié à la gestion des connaissances dans un contexte coopétitif n’a pas ou très peu été étudié. Il repose sur un paradoxe : collaborer avec des rivaux expose l’entreprise à la captation des connaissances mais lui garantit des avantages importants. Ainsi, comment les concurrents organisent-ils leur gestion des connaissances lorsqu’ils coopèrent ? L’étude qualitative, menée auprès de 37 organisations, a permis de révéler que la gestion des connaissances s’appréhende sous trois angles, lors d’une situation coopétitive. Elle requiert une gestion juridique des connaissances, par le biais d’une contractualisation importante de la relation ; une gestion des risques, par la protection des informations et des technologies ; et une gestion des apprentissages avant, pendant et après la relation. [less ▲]

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