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PhD Research Day: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy

PhD Research Day: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy
Event on 2017-06-30 09:00:00
The event offers a unique opportunity for Doctoral students of Imperial College Business School, Cass, UCL, King's College London, LSE and LBS to come together to exchange ideas and discuss their research with peers and colleagues in the field of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy. It will be a day focused on research broadly within these fields, where PhD students at all stages of their doctoral programme will be able to present their research and receive feedback and suggestions from faculty attending the event. There will be plenty of time for networking over refreshments and a light lunch. We encourage students at all stages of their research to attend! Please contact the Doctoral Programme Manager at Imperial (katherine.campbell@imperial.ac.uk) if you have any specific access or dietary requirements. Agenda 09.15 – 09.30               Welcome and introductions 09.30 – 11.00              Group 1 Rossella Salandra (Imperial College Business School) Knowledge dissemination in clinical trials: exploring influences of institutional support and type of innovation on selective reporting Minjie Gao (Cass Business School) Adoption and adaptation: examining the interaction between healthcare professionals and health informatics system Edwin Lee (Cass Business School) Co-constructing innovation in professional service firms: A social, relational lens 11.15 – 12.15               Group 2 Linda Mitrojorgji (Cass Business School) Problem formulation or problem creation? A process view of problem formulation as a value creating activity Aldona Kapacinskaite (London Business School) Price Wars and the direction of Innovation Saralara Marquez-Gallardo (Cass Business School) Fields in flux: institutional struggles over a disruptive technology in book publishing 12.20 – 13.00               Lunch and networking 13.00 – 14.00               Group 3 Bo Peng (Cass Business School) What will happen to me if you leave me now? Does post-IPO exit of founder affect subsequent firm-performance? Marine Mograbyan (Imperial College Business School) New Venture Internationalisation in the Digital Age Inty Grønneberg (Dyson School of Engineering, Imperial College London) A system-based methodology for agile and scalable product design of physical products 14.15 – 15.45               Group 4 Mustafa Kavas (Cass Business School) Islamic Family Business: The constitutive role of religion on Business Kamini Gupta (London Business School) The role of knowledge specialists in multiple goal pursuit – A field experiment Kevin Curran (Cass Business School) The faces of creative destruction: media narratives and the development of celebrity entrepreneurs Qian Li (Cass Business School) Strategizing into becoming through organization identity as a resource: A case study of a Fintech start-up  Closing remarks

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