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
48122004
Organizational ambidexterity: Antecedents, outcomes, and moderators
S Raisch, J Birkinshaw
Journal of management 34 (3), 375-409, 2008
29522008
Organizational ambidexterity: Balancing exploitation and exploration for sustained performance
S Raisch, J Birkinshaw, G Probst, ML Tushman
Organization science 20 (4), 685-695, 2009
25122009
Management innovation
J Birkinshaw, G Hamel, MJ Mol
Academy of management Review 33 (4), 825-845, 2008
24432008
Transnational management
CA Bartlett, S Ghoshal, J Birkinshaw
McGraw Hill, 2000
22342000
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
20531998
Entrepreneurship in multinational corporations: The characteristics of subsidiary initiatives
J Birkinshaw
Strategic management journal 18 (3), 207-229, 1997
16511997
Knowledge transfer in international acquisitions
H Bresman, J Birkinshaw, R Nobel
Journal of international business studies 30 (3), 439-462, 1999
15921999
The innovation value chain
MT Hansen, J Birkinshaw
Harvard business review 85 (6), 121, 2007
14482007
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
14481998
Configurations of strategy and structure in subsidiaries of multinational corporations
JM Birkinshaw, AJ Morrison
Journal of international business studies 26 (4), 729-753, 1995
13131995
Building ambidexterity into an organization
J Birkinshaw, C Gibson
MIT Sloan management review 45 (4), 2004
12972004
Centers of excellence in multinational corporations
TS Frost, JM Birkinshaw, PC Ensign
Strategic management journal 23 (11), 997-1018, 2002
11222002
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
10832000
The sources of management innovation: When firms introduce new management practices
MJ Mol, J Birkinshaw
Journal of business research 62 (12), 1269-1280, 2009
9572009
How multinational subsidiary mandates are gained and lost
J Birkinshaw
Journal of International Business Studies 27 (3), 467-495, 1996
8491996
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
7761998
Weight versus voice: How foreign subsidiaries gain attention from corporate headquarters
C Bouquet, J Birkinshaw
Academy of Management journal 51 (3), 577-601, 2008
7232008
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
7042011
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
6842013
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