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Managing disruptive innovation: entrepreneurial strategies and tournaments for corporate longevity

Managing disruptive innovation: entrepreneurial strategies and tournaments for corporate longevity
Managing disruptive innovation: entrepreneurial strategies and tournaments for corporate longevity
Extant research on disruptive innovation has implicitly incorporated entrepreneurship as the underlying driver of the disruptive phenomenon. We integrate recent developments from entrepreneurship and innovation research streams to better understand the conditions and causal mechanisms that influence disruptive innovation. Drawing on effectuation, evolutionary entrepreneurship, lead-users, collective intelligence, and opportunity tournament literature, we develop a theoretical framework that explains disruptive innovation as a co-evolutionary entrepreneurial process at the firm, product, and customer level. The framework offers a set of testable propositions to advance theory and practice in the field. We suggest avenues for future research and conclude entrepreneurial strategies to help general managers create and cope with disruptive innovation.
0306-3070
23-50
Chandra, Yanto
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Yang, Shu-Jung
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Chandra, Yanto
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Yang, Shu-Jung
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Chandra, Yanto and Yang, Shu-Jung (2011) Managing disruptive innovation: entrepreneurial strategies and tournaments for corporate longevity. Journal of General Management, 37 (2), Winter Issue, 23-50.

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Extant research on disruptive innovation has implicitly incorporated entrepreneurship as the underlying driver of the disruptive phenomenon. We integrate recent developments from entrepreneurship and innovation research streams to better understand the conditions and causal mechanisms that influence disruptive innovation. Drawing on effectuation, evolutionary entrepreneurship, lead-users, collective intelligence, and opportunity tournament literature, we develop a theoretical framework that explains disruptive innovation as a co-evolutionary entrepreneurial process at the firm, product, and customer level. The framework offers a set of testable propositions to advance theory and practice in the field. We suggest avenues for future research and conclude entrepreneurial strategies to help general managers create and cope with disruptive innovation.

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Published date: 2011
Organisations: Southampton Business School

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Local EPrints ID: 396303
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/396303
ISSN: 0306-3070
PURE UUID: 4e742db1-7fb8-4f63-82c7-100f4edbd6ae

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Date deposited: 18 Jul 2016 14:17
Last modified: 16 Sep 2019 18:10

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