Johann Fortwengel
Johann Fortwengel
King's Business School, King's College London
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk - Homepage
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Legitimizing the apprenticeship practice in a distant environment: Institutional entrepreneurship through inter-organizational networks
J Fortwengel, G Jackson
Journal of World Business 51 (6), 895-909, 2016
612016
Studying Organizational Creativity as Process: Fluidity or Duality?
J Fortwengel, E Schüßler, J Sydow
Creativity and Innovation Management 26 (1), 5-16, 2017
552017
Upgrading through integration? The case of the Central Eastern European automotive industry
J Fortwengel
Transcience Journal 2 (1), 1-25, 2011
452011
Understanding When MNCs can Overcome Institutional Distance: A Research Agenda
J Fortwengel
Management International Review, 1-22, 2017
332017
Introducing conflict as the microfoundation of organizational ambidexterity
A Martin, A Keller, J Fortwengel
Strategic Organization 17 (1), 38-61, 2019
182019
Duale Studiengänge im globalen Kontext: Internationalisierung in Deutschland und Transfer nach Brasilien, Frankreich, Katar, Mexiko und in die USA
L Graf, JJW Powell, J Fortwengel, N Bernhard
Berlin: DAAD, 2014
182014
Dual study programmes in global context: Internationalisation in Germany and transfer to Brazil, France, Qatar, Mexico and the US
L Graf, JJW Powell, J Fortwengel, N Bernhard
182014
Made in Germany–Produced in America? How Dual Vocational Training Programs Can Help Close the Skills Gap in the United States
JJW Powell, J Fortwengel
AICGS Issue Brief 47, 2014
15*2014
Practice transfer in organizations: The role of governance mode for internal and external fit
J Fortwengel
Organization Science 28 (4), 690-710, 2017
142017
Mapping the impact of home‐and host‐country institutions on human resource management in emerging market multinational companies: A conceptual framework
T Edwards, G Schnyder, J Fortwengel
Thunderbird International Business Review 61 (3), 531-544, 2019
112019
Explaining the puzzling stagnation of apprenticeships in Germany’s security services: A case of insufficient institutional work?
M Nicklich, J Fortwengel
Journal of Professions and Organization, 2017
82017
Practice Transfer across Institutional Distance: Dealing with Path Dependence during the Transfer of Apprenticeship Training from Germany to the US
J Fortwengel
82014
Enacting global competition in local supply chain environments: German “Chemieparks” and the micro-politics of employment relations in a CME
M Helfen, M Nicklich, J Fortwengel
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (18), 2656-2683, 2017
72017
European apprenticeship: A model for the U.S.?
P Nicholson, J Fortwengel
AICGS Issue Brief 49, 2015
5*2015
Integrating International Student Mobility in Work-Based Higher Education: The Case of Germany
L Graf, JJW Powell, J Fortwengel, N Bernhard
Journal of Studies in International Education 21 (2), 156-169, 2017
42017
AGENCY IN THE FACE OF PATH DEPENDENCE: HOW ORGANIZATIONS CAN REGAIN SCOPE FOR MANEUVER
J Fortwengel, A Keller
22020
When Many Davids Collaborate with One Goliath: How Inter‐organizational Networks (Fail to) Manage Size Differentials
J Fortwengel, J Sydow
British Journal of Management 31 (2), 403-420, 2020
22020
Coronavirus: three ways the crisis may permanently change our lives
J Fortwengel
The Conversation, 2020
22020
Varieties of institutional renewal: The case of apprenticeship in the US, England, and Australia
J Fortwengel, H Gospel, P Toner
22019
This Country Has the Real Apprentice: Germany’s approach to worker training allows people to enjoy a middle-class lifestyle.
CF Schuetze, JJW Powell, J Fortwengel
U.S. News & World Report, 2017
22017
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