Judith Behrens

Judith Behrens
ULB - Solvay Business School · School of Management

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Organizational ambidexterity is vital for family firms’ long-term success, yet we still lack sufficient insights into the role of family involvement in top management in this context. Building on research on family firm innovation and diversity, we argue there are curvilinear relationships between family involvement in top management and exploratio...
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Digital technologies have become a new economic and social force, reshaping traditional business models, strategies, structures, and processes. Digital entrepreneurship, which focuses on creating new ventures and transforming existing businesses by developing novel digital technologies or their novel usage, is seen as a critical pillar for economic...
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Digital technologies have become a new economic and social force, reshaping traditional business models, strategies, structures, and processes. Digital entrepreneurship, which focuses on creating new ventures and transforming existing businesses by developing novel digital technologies or their novel usage, is seen as a critical pillar for economic...
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Although scholars have independently explored the antecedents of innovation radicalness and innovation speed, this study's focus on combinations of radicalness and speed offers a number of new insights. Drawing on a comparative case study approach of ten innovation departments of large organizations, the authors’ findings provide evidence that intr...
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Corporate entrepreneurship managers often need to terminate projects to maximize their innovation portfolios' commercial prospects. Drawing on the attention-based view of the firm, we develop a model for how past project failure experience, the firm's growth rate, and their hierarchical level impact managers' attention to a project's fit with the c...
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This study analyses the decision to exploit an innovation project and investigates differences in individuals' evaluations of project attributes in the context of innovation project portfolio management. A conjoint field experiment was used to collect data on exploitation decisions made by 126 research and development (R&D) managers to test how man...
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This article investigates scientists' commitment to underperforming research projects based on the concomitant consideration of their past success and social environments. Based on escalation of commitment and network theory, the model hypothesizes that past success triggers the commitment to underperforming projects but that the strength of this i...
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Research and development (R&D) generates projects, but the question often remains: which projects should be exploited? Building on the innovation, strategy, and managerial cognition literatures, we use a conjoint field experiment to collect data on 4032 decisions made by 126 R&D managers to test how project attributes, strategic context, and manage...
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In contrast to studies of innovation that focus on either the radical – incremental distinction of a pioneering orientation toward speed to market, this multiple case study of nine firms examines both novelty and speed as outcomes of innovation processes. Comparing firms with innovation processes that are both radical and fast to market to firms wh...
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This article investigates the decision to continue underperforming projects based on the concomitant consideration of decision makers’ past project success and their social environments. Based on escalation of commitment and network theory, the model hypothesizes that past success triggers continuance of underperforming projects, but that the stren...
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Biotechnology is one of the strongest growing industries of the twenty-first century. Yet, the sector is still young and many biotechnology firms are at an early stage of their life cycle. Thus, biotechnology and entrepreneurship are intrinsically linked together, and over the last years a substantial number of articles in the entrepreneurship lite...

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