Julian Birkinshaw
Julian Birkinshaw
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The antecedents, consequences, and mediating role of organizational ambidexterity
CB Gibson, J Birkinshaw
Academy of management Journal 47 (2), 209-226, 2004
48762004
Organizational ambidexterity: Antecedents, outcomes, and moderators
S Raisch, J Birkinshaw
Journal of management 34 (3), 375-409, 2008
29982008
Organizational ambidexterity: Balancing exploitation and exploration for sustained performance
S Raisch, J Birkinshaw, G Probst, ML Tushman
Organization science 20 (4), 685-695, 2009
25552009
Management innovation
J Birkinshaw, G Hamel, MJ Mol
Academy of management Review 33 (4), 825-845, 2008
24712008
Transnational management
CA Bartlett, S Ghoshal, J Birkinshaw
McGraw Hill, 2000
22502000
Multinational subsidiary evolution: Capability and charter change in foreign-owned subsidiary companies
J Birkinshaw, N Hood
Academy of management review 23 (4), 773-795, 1998
20661998
Entrepreneurship in multinational corporations: The characteristics of subsidiary initiatives
J Birkinshaw
Strategic management journal 18 (3), 207-229, 1997
16611997
Knowledge transfer in international acquisitions
H Bresman, J Birkinshaw, R Nobel
Journal of international business studies 30 (3), 439-462, 1999
15991999
The innovation value chain
MT Hansen, J Birkinshaw
Harvard business review 85 (6), 121, 2007
14662007
Building firm‐specific advantages in multinational corporations: the role of subsidiary initiative
J Birkinshaw, N Hood, S Jonsson
Strategic Management Journal 19 (3), 221-242, 1998
14611998
Building ambidexterity into an organization
J Birkinshaw, C Gibson
MIT Sloan management review 45 (4), 2004
13222004
Configurations of strategy and structure in subsidiaries of multinational corporations
JM Birkinshaw, AJ Morrison
Journal of international business studies 26 (4), 729-753, 1995
13221995
Centers of excellence in multinational corporations
TS Frost, JM Birkinshaw, PC Ensign
Strategic management journal 23 (11), 997-1018, 2002
11332002
Managing the post‐acquisition integration process: How the human iintegration and task integration processes interact to foster value creation
J Birkinshaw, H Bresman, L Håkanson
Journal of management studies 37 (3), 395-425, 2000
10952000
The sources of management innovation: When firms introduce new management practices
MJ Mol, J Birkinshaw
Journal of business research 62 (12), 1269-1280, 2009
9732009
How multinational subsidiary mandates are gained and lost
J Birkinshaw
Journal of International Business Studies 27 (3), 467-495, 1996
8541996
Innovation in multinational corporations: control and communication patterns in international R&D operations
R Nobel, J Birkinshaw
Strategic management journal 19 (5), 479-496, 1998
7801998
Weight versus voice: How foreign subsidiaries gain attention from corporate headquarters
C Bouquet, J Birkinshaw
Academy of Management journal 51 (3), 577-601, 2008
7302008
From a distance and generalizable to up close and grounded: Reclaiming a place for qualitative methods in international business research
J Birkinshaw, MY Brannen, RL Tung
Journal of International Business Studies 42 (5), 573-581, 2011
7192011
Clarifying the distinctive contribution of ambidexterity to the field of organization studies
J Birkinshaw, K Gupta
Academy of Management Perspectives 27 (4), 287-298, 2013
6962013
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