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Leading through Innovation

Waikato Management School's expertise is focused on the management of innovation and entrepreneurial practice in New Zealand and internationally, particularly in emerging export oriented industries, agribusiness, technology and marine systems.

Examples of Affiliated Staff
Leader - Professor Siggi Gudergan (Strategy)
Professor Delwyn Clark (Strategy)
Dean, Professor Tim Coltman (Strategy)
Professor Rajeev Sharma (Digital Business)
Professor Kathryn Pavlovich (Strategy)
Dr Gohar Khan (Digital Business)

Examples of External Funding
Siggi Gudergan
, “Technology and innovation management in high risk situations”, Australian Research Council (2012-2016)

Tim Coltman, “Managing Innovation in the Australian Steel Industry”, Australian Research Council (2014-2019)

Rajeev Sharma, “Succeeding with Enterprise Architecture Service Provision in Australian Organisations.” ARC Discovery Grant (2014-2017)

Examples of Publications
Wilden, R., & Gudergan, S. P. (2015). The impact of dynamic capabilities on operational marketing and technological capabilities: investigating the role of environmental turbulence. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 43(2), 181-199

Mazzarol, T., & Clark, D. (2016). The evolution of small business policy in Australia and New Zealand. Small Enterprise Research, 23(3), 239-261.

Queiroz, M., Tallon, P., Sharma, R., & Coltman, T. (2017). The role of IT application orchestration capability in improving agility and performance. The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, online, 18 pages.

Anand, A., Sharma, R., & Coltman, T. (2016). Four steps to realizing business value from digital data streams. MIS Quarterly Executive, 15(4), 259-277.

Corner, P. D., Singh, S., & Pavlovich, K. (2017). Entrepreneurial resilience and venture failure. International Small Business Journal, 35(6), 687-708.

Khan, G. F., & Wood, J. (2017). Internet presence, website analytics and e-retailer financial performance. International Journal of Economics and Management, 11(1), 85-106.