Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Seminar

Seminars fall 2021

11 OCTOBER, 16.00 CET.
Title: "Business Dynasties, Folklore and the Social Construction of Enduring Value”
Speakers: Trevor Israelsen
Location: Zoom (please contact Henrik Berglund to attend)

25 OCTOBER, 11.00 CET.
Title: "Engineering Appropriability"
Speakers: Sam MacAulay​ and Dmitry Sharapov
Location: Zoom (please contact Henrik Berglund to attend)

8 NOVEMBER, 13.00 CET.
Title: ”Funneling, Judgement, and the Origins of Advantage"
Speakers: Timo Ehrig and Nicolai J Foss​
Location: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 2427B Linnéplatsen

22 NOVEMBER, 13.00 CET.
Title: ”The matchmaker: How accelerators span boundaries between corporates and startups”
Speakers: Rebecca Preller
Location: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken​

6 DECEMBER, 13.00 CET.
Title:“Financing product-as-a-service circular business models”
Speakers: Marcus Linder
Location: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken

Previous seminars​

Spring 2021

25 FEBRUARY, 13.00–14.00​
Title: "The Effectual Ask:  A Theory of Human Interaction in Entrepreneurship"
Speakers: Saras Sarasvathy
Location: Zoom 
11 MARCH, 13.00–14.00​
Title: “Are Angel Investors More Likely than Venture Capitalists to Drive Entrepreneurial Experimentation?”
Speakers: ​Amir Sariri
Location: Zoom 
25 MARCH, 16.00–17.00​
Title:​ “From new venture idea to viable business: The three competencies for breakthrough innovation in established firms”
Location: Zoom 
8 APRIL, 13.00–14.00​
Title: “Architects and Bottlenecks: The Impact of Component and Complement Strategy on Firm Survival in the Solar Photovoltaic Ecosystem”
Speakers: Nathan Furr and Anna Szerb
Location: Zoom 
22 APRIL, 13.00-14.00​
Title: “Emergent Duality: The Evolving Process of Managing Paradox”
Speakers: Ivanka Visnjic
Location: ​Zoom
6 MAY, 16.00 – 17.00

Title: ”Biased Sampling of Early Users and the Direction of Startup Innovation”
Speakers: Ruiqing Cao, Rembrand Koning, and Ramana Nanda
Location: ​Zoom 

20 MAY, ​13.00 – 14.0​0
Title: ”How External Representations Shape Feedback Interactions in Creative Revision Processes”

Speakers: Thomas Cyron​
Location: Zoom 


Professor Dan Kärreman from Copenhagen Business School will the paper "Understanding control in communities of
practice: Constructive disobedience in a high-tech firm”, recently published in Human Relations.
When: 10.00-11.30

24 SEPTEMBER, 13.00–14.00​

Title: The importance of self-efficacy in uncertain environments – Covid-19 as a natural experiment
Speakers: Carsten Bergenholtz, Kim Klyver and Oana Vuculescu
Location: Zoom 

08 OCTOBER, 13.00–14.00
Title: From vicious to virtuous dynamics in digital transformation: How change agents leverage ambiguity by digital transformation strategizing
Speaker: Jonny Holmström
Location: Zoom 

22 OCTOBER, 16.00–17.00
Title: Back to the Future – Technology Reemergence through the Lens of Music Synthesizers
Speakers: Andrew Nelson
Location: Zoom 

05 NOVEMBER, 16.00–17.00
Title: Artificial Intelligence and Entrepreneurship 
Speaker: David Townsend and Richard Hunt
Location: Zoom 

3 DECEMBER, 16.00-17:00
Title: Toward a Theory of Search as Design Process
Speakers: Samuel Macaulay and David K. Reetz​
Location: Zoom 


Marino Van Zelst
Title: Strategic Decision Effectiveness: Toward A Configurational Perspective
When: 13.15 - 15.00
Where: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken

Sirkka Jarvenpaa, the University of Texas at Austin and Lisen Selander, University of Gothenburg
Title: Xenografting Multiple Organizational Logics In Political Activism: The Decoder Project At Amnesty International
When: 10.15 - 12.00
Where: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken

Mariëtte Kaandorp, Rotterdam School of Management
Title: Cognition in entrepreneurial networking of new ventures
When: 13.15 - 15.00
Where: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken

Sally Jones, Manchester Metropolitan University
Title: “This class is not for you” and “Gendered language, gendered choices?”
When: 13.15 - 15.00
Where: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken

Paavo Ritala, LUT School of Business and Management
Title: Tensions of ambidextrous change: Evolutionary view to tension emergence and resolution
When: 10.15 - 12.00
Where: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 3443 Brunnsparken

Ove Granstrand, Cambridge University and Chalmers University of Technology
Title: Do patents and innovations contribute to economic growth and welfare?
When: 13.15 - 15.00
Where: Vera Sandbergs Allé 8, TME Room 2456 Korsvägen

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