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Dutta (2017): Creating in the Crucibles of Nature’s Fury–Associational Diversity and Local Social Entrepreneurship after Natural Disasters in California, 1991–2010

Sunasir Dutta -Assistant Professor in Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Mike Lerman – The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Nick Amani Mmbaga – The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Bidwell (2011). Paying More to Get Less: The Effects of External Hiring Versus Internal Mobility

Matthew Bidwell -Wharton Management Department

Ruo Jia – Stanford GSB
Anjali Bhatt -Stanford GSB

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Chen & Nadkarni (2017): It’s about Time! CEOs’ Temporal Dispositions, Temporal Leadership, and Corporate Entrepreneurship

Jianhong Chen -Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire
Sucheta Nadkarni – Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Xena Welch Guerra – University of St.Gallen
Amulya Tata -ETH Zürich

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A Conversation with Henrich Greve, ASQ Editor

The ASQ blog opens 2017 with a video interview with Henrich Greve, our ASQ editor.

In this video, Henrich shared with us the steps ASQ has taken or will be taking to stay impactful, and discussed the role ASQ plays in the management field. He also talked about the hopes and messages he has for schools and scholars.

Get inspired and stay tuned for ASQ blog in the new year!

Top Posts of 2016

The ASQ blog team wish you a productive and fruitful 2017!

Here we present the list of top posts in 2016 on the ASQ blog: take a look and get drunk on some scholarly wisdom before you open the Happy New Year champagne!

1. A Conversation with Jerry Davis, ASQ Editor (2011 – 2016)

2. A Conversation with Charlene Zietsma, winner of the 2016 ASQ Award for Scholarly Contribution

3. Berg (2016). Balancing on the Creative Highwire: Forecasting the Success of Novel Ideas in Organizations

4. Delmestri & Greenwood (2016). How Cinderella Became a Queen: Theorizing Radical Status Change

5. Davis & Eisenhardt (2011). Rotating Leadership and Collaborative Innovation: Recombination Processes in Symbiotic Relationships

6. Michel (2011). Transcending Socialization: A Nine-Year Ethnography of the Body’s Role in Organizational Control and Knowledge Workers’ Transformation

7. Huang and Pearce (2015). Managing the Unknowable: The Effectiveness of Early-stage Investor Gut Feel in Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions

8. Rider (2012). How Employees’ Prior Affiliations Constrain Organizational Network Change: A Study of U.S. Venture Capital and Private Equity

9. Navis and Glynn (2010). How new market categories emerge: temporal dynamics of legitimacy, identity, and entrepreneurship in satellite radio, 1990-2005

10. Merluzzi & Phillips (2016). The Specialist Discount: Negative Returns for MBAs with Focused Profiles in Investment Banking.

A Conversation with Charlene Zietsma, winner of the 2016 ASQ Award for Scholarly Contribution

In the video, Charlene Zietsma, the first author of the 2016 ASQ Award winning article, shares how the article evolved from her doctoral dissertation and its influence on her future work. We learn of dramatic data collection stories, surprises following publication, and the elements of a great collaborative relationship – a recipe for creating award winning research.

Delmestri & Greenwood (2016). How Cinderella Became a Queen: Theorizing Radical Status Change

Giuseppe Delmestri -WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Royston Greenwood – School of Business, University of Alberta & University of Edinburgh

Raj K Shankar – Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India
Shayegheh Ashourizadeh – University of Southern Denmark

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