Smith, A. (2014). The applicability of neuroscience to facilities management. Journal of Facilities Management, 12(1), doi:10.1108/jfm-08-2013-0041. ISSN 1472-5967
Johnson, D. Entrepreneurial behaviour and the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems under uncertainty: Essays on regenerative medicine venturing at the university-industry boundary. (Thesis). The University of Edinburgh. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1174449
Entrepreneurial ecosystems are an important economic consideration but remain an understudied phenomenon. In particular, research emphasising the role of the entrepreneur with...
Bock, A., & Johnson, D. (2016). The Uniqueness of Stem Cell Ecosystems. Israel: Coller Institute of Venture
While Univenture ecosystems present an exciting vision for economic development, policy and practice should be grounded in reality. The truth is that a limited number of hyper...
To design and establish a grant-making and development support platform that connects and aligns the CSR activities of
Scottish Businesses and the real and emerging needs in Scotland and the Third Sec...
Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
The aim of this project is to carry out a comparative study of the adaptation of destination organisations to their policy and operating environment in Scotland and Denmark with the view of identifyin...
Regionalism & cooperation in tourism- South Africa
Lecturer in Entrepreneurship
Head of Subject; Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship
Johnson, D., & Bock, A. (2015). Building Robust Entrepreneurial Ecosystems around Universities. Edinburgh, Scotland: Young Company Finance
Universities can drive entrepreneurial ecosystems, especially in high-value technology sectors. Nowhere is this more evident than in regenerative medicine (regenmed), which is...
Johnson, D., & Bock, A. (2014). Venturing in the Dark: Technology Transfer in Regenerative Medicine. Edinburgh, Scotland: Young Company Finance
While most major research universities promote entrepreneurial approaches, few provide the resources, training, or career support to sustain a productive start-up environment ...
Legl, C. (2018, May). Meaningful Engagement for Retail Transformation: Value Co-Creation through Digital Technology and Sustainability Innovation. Poster presented at Edinburgh Napier University Business School annual conference, 2018
Meaningful engagement for retail transformation: value co-creation through digital technology and sustainability innovation
Name: Carina Legl (MSc with Distinction in Interna...
Weaver, M. (2017, March). Applications of “Systems Thinking” to co-create business-community value. Presented at Applications of Systems Thinking
How systems approaches have helped identify better ways for communities and socially responsible businesses to build value.
Zhou, L., & Smith, A. (2013, March). Sustainability best practice in PPP: case study of a hospital project in the UK. Paper presented at PPP Body of Knowledge International Conference, Preston, UK
Globally, sustainable development has been given high priority for the Government agenda in order to achieve a balance of social, economic and environmental factors. The UK go...
Johnson, D., Bock, A. J., & George, G. (in press). Entrepreneurial Dynamism and the Built Environment in the Evolution of University Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. Industrial and Corporate Change,
University-centered entrepreneurial ecosystems (UCEEs) are complex webs of entrepreneurs, researchers, institutional support structures, and the built environment. We study th...
Warner, K. S., & Wäger, M. (2018). Building dynamic capabilities for digital transformation: An ongoing process of strategic renewal. Long Range Planning, doi:10.1016/j.lrp.2018.12.001
In this qualitative study, we explore how incumbent firms in traditional industries build dynamic capabilities for digital transformation. Digital transformation has been defi...
Brown, R., McQuaid, R., Raeside, R., Dutton, M., Egdell, V., & Canduela, J. (2018). Buying into Capitalism? Employee Ownership in a Disconnected Era. British Journal of Industrial Relations, doi:10.1111/bjir.12309. ISSN 0007-1080
This article considers whether employee ownership mitigates the negative workplace outcomes identified by the Disconnected Capitalism Thesis (DCT). Drawing on a programme of i...
Fascia, M. (2018). Hegelian Approach to Leadership Analysis in Contemporary Healthcare Environments. Medical Anthropology eJournal, 3(20),
Many business sectors have witnessed multiple attempts to define the competence of leaders and none more so within healthcare. Contemporary evidence suggests that the focus re...
Bock, A. J., & Johnson, D. (2017). Regenerative Medicine Ecosystems and the Built Environment at Entrepreneurial Universities. Proceedings - Academy of Management, 2017(1), (11914). doi:10.5465/ambpp.2017.11914abstract. ISSN 0065-0668
In some technology-intensive sectors, high discovery costs, specialized knowledge requirements and long time frames favor research centralization around research universities....
Van Saane, S. H., Brodie, J., Van Saane, S., & Osowska, R. (2017). Help wanted: Exploring the value of entrepreneurial mentoring at start-up. Industry and Higher Education, 31(2), (122-131). doi:10.1177/0950422217691666. ISSN 0950-4222
The purpose of the research presented in this paper was to investigate the added value of mentoring for entrepreneurs during the start-up phase. This small-scale exploratory r...
Hanna, B. (2016). Academic Diary Or Why Higher Education Still Matters. Teaching fellows journal. Autumn 2016, 23. ISSN 2050-9987
On the outside of this book the spine is now broken. The plastic red covering is beginning to curl away slightly from the edges of cover. This is a book which I have carried w...
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