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Johannes M Pennings

Marie and Joseph Melone Professor Emeritus of Management

Research Interests: human and social capital as sources of competitive advantage, innovation and evolutionary theory, technological trajectories

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  • Anindya Ghosh, Martin Xavier, Johannes M Pennings, Filippo Wezel (2014), Ambition Is Nothing Without Focus: Compensating for Negative Transfer of Experience in R&D, Organization Science  Abstract
  • Johannes M Pennings, Anindya Ghosh (Working), It Takes Two to Tangle: Leadership and Survival of Entreprenurial Firms in a Contested technology Sector, SMS Conference, Madrid..
  • A. Ghosh, X. Martin, Johannes M Pennings, F.C. Wezel (2012), Ambition is Nothing Without Focus: Technology Scope, Organizational Learning and Inventive Impact, R&R , Organization Science
  • Johannes M Pennings, Filippo Wezel (2010), Faraway Yet So Close: Organizations in Demographic Flux, Organization Science, 21 (2), 451 - 468.    Abstract
  • Anindya Ghosh, Johannes M Pennings (Working), When Deference Hurts: Technology space activity and Failure.    Abstract
  • Sheen Levine, Johannes M Pennings (Working), What You See Is Not What You Get: Product Architecture and Corporate Strategy.    Abstract
  • Hann O Kim, Johannes M Pennings (2009), Innovation and Strategic Renewal in Mature Markets, Organization Science, 20 (2), 368 - 388.    Abstract
  • Anindya Ghosh, Johannes M Pennings (Working), Status as Liability for Knowledge Brokers: A study of inter-firm relationship in a convergent field.    Abstract
  • Filippo Wezel, G. Cattani, Johannes M Pennings (2006), Competetive Implications of Interfirm Mobility, Organization Science, 17, 691 - 709.    Abstract
  • Johannes M Pennings, Gino Cattani, "Sourcing of Innovation as Trendsetting in the Imaging Sector". In Small and Medium Sized Companies and the Global Economy, edited by G. Susman, (2006).    Abstract
  • Filippo Wezel, Johannes M Pennings, Gino Cattani (2005), Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Heterogeneity in Founding Patterns, Organization Science, 14 (6), 670 - 685.  
  • Gino Cattani, Johannes M Pennings, Filippo Wezel (2003), Organizational Turnover and the Evolution of Localized Populations, Organization Science    Abstract
  • Choonwoo Lee, Kyungmook Lee, Johannes M Pennings (2002), Internal Capabilities, External Linkages, and Performance: A Study on Technology-based Ventures, Strategic Management Journal, 22 (6/7), 615 - 640.    Abstract
  • Kyungmook Lee, Johannes M Pennings (2002), Mimicry and the Market: Adoption of a new Organizational Form , Academy of Management Journal, 45 (1), 144 - 162.    Abstract
  • Harry Barkema, Johannes M Pennings (1998), Top Management Pay: Impact of (C)Overt Power, Organization Studies, 19 (6).    Abstract
  • Johannes M Pennings, Kyungmook Lee, "Social Capital of Organization: Conceptualization, Level of Analysis and Performance Implications". In Corporate Social Capital, edited by Saul Gabbay, Roger Leenders, (1998).    Abstract
  • Johannes M Pennings, Arend Buitendam, New Technology and Organizational Innovation: The Development and Diffusion of Micro Electronics (1987).
  • Johannes M Pennings, Decision Making: An Organizational Behavior Approach (1986).
  • Johannes M Pennings, Organizational Strategy and Change (1985).
  • Johannes M Pennings, Interlocking Directorates: Origins and Consequences of Connections Among Organizations' Board of Directors (1980).