Nadine Kammerlander
Nadine Kammerlander
Professor of Family Business, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
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Doing more with less: Innovation input and output with family firms
P Duran, N Kammerlander, M van Essen, T Zellweger
Academy of Management Journal 59 (4), 1224-1264, 2016
The family innovator's dilemma: how family influence affects the adoption of discontinuous technologies by incumbent firms
A König, N Kammerlander, A Enders
Academy of Management Review 38 (3), 418-441, 2013
Innovation with Limited Resources: Management Lessons from the German Mittelstand
A De Massis, D Audretsch, L Uhlaner, N Kammerlander
Journal of Product Innovation Management 35 (1), 125-146, 2018
The Impact of Shared Stories on Family Firm Innovation: A Multi-Case Study
N Kammerlander, C Dessi, M Bird, M Floris, A Murru
Family Business Review 28 (4), 332-354, 2015
Exploration and Exploitation in Established Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: The Effect of CEOs’ Regulatory Focus
N Kammerlander, D Burger, A Fust, U Fueglistaller
Journal of Business Venturing 30 (4), 582–602, 2015
An attention-based view of family firm adaptation to discontinuous technological change: Exploring the role of family CEOs’ non-economic goals
N Kammerlander, M Ganter
Journal of Product Innovation Management 32 (3), 361-383, 2015
The role of information asymmetry in the choice of entrepreneurial exit routes
T Dehlen, T Zellweger, N Kammerlander, F Halter
Journal of Business Venturing 29, 193-209, 2014
Family, wealth, and governance: an agency account
T Zellweger, N Kammerlander
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 39 (6), 1281-1303, 2015
Trusted Advisors in a Family Business’s Succession-Planning Process—An Agency Perspective
A Michel, N Kammerlander
Journal of Family Business Strategy 6 (1), 45-57, 2015
Collaborative brand attacks in social media: Exploring the antecedents, characteristics, and consequences of a new form of brand crises
PA Rauschnabel, N Kammerlander, BS Ivens
Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 24 (4), 381-410, 2016
Innovation motives in family firms: A transgenerational view
V Diaz-Moriana, E Clinton, N Kammerlander, GT Lumpkin, JB Craig
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 44 (2), 256-287, 2020
Capturing family firm heterogeneity: How taxonomies and typologies can help the field move forward
DO Neubaum, N Kammerlander, KH Brigham
Family Business Review 32 (2), 106-130, 2019
Value creation in family firms: A model of fit
N Kammerlander, P Sieger, W Voordeckers, T Zellweger
Journal of Family Business Strategy 6 (2), 63-72, 2015
Why do incumbents respond heterogeneously to disruptive innovations? The interplay of domain identity and role identity
N Kammerlander, A König, M Richards
Journal of Management Studies 55 (7), 1122-1165, 2018
Unpacking the black box of family business advising: Insights from psychology
VM Strike, A Michel, N Kammerlander
Family Business Review 31 (1), 80-124, 2018
‘I want this firm to be in good hands’: Emotional pricing of resigning entrepreneurs
N Kammerlander
International Small Business Journal 34 (2), 189-214, 2016
Motivation gaps and implementation traps: The paradoxical and time‐varying effects of family ownership on firm absorptive capacity
J Kotlar, A De Massis, F Frattini, N Kammerlander
Journal of Product Innovation Management 37 (1), 2-25, 2020
Unearthing and alleviating emotions in family business successions
A Bertschi-Michel, N Kammerlander, VM Strike
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 44 (1), 81-108, 2020
Family firms are more innovative than other companies
N Kammerlander, M van Essen
Harvard Business Review, 2017
Listening to the heart or the head? Exploring the “willingness versus ability” succession dilemma
M Richards, N Kammerlander, T Zellweger
Family Business Review 32 (4), 330-353, 2019
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