Erk P. Piening
Erk P. Piening
Professor of Management, Leibniz Universität Hannover
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Understanding the antecedents, contingencies, and performance implications of process innovation: A dynamic capabilities perspective
EP Piening, TO Salge
Journal of Product Innovation Management 32 (1), 80-97, 2015
2402015
Dynamic capabilities in public organizations: A literature review and research agenda
EP Piening
Public management review 15 (2), 209-245, 2013
1882013
The relationship between employees’ perceptions of human resource systems and organizational performance: Examining mediating mechanisms and temporal dynamics.
EP Piening, AM Baluch, TO Salge
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (6), 926, 2013
1482013
Mind the intended‐implemented gap: Understanding employees’ perceptions of HRM
EP Piening, AM Baluch, HG Ridder
Human Resource Management 53 (4), 545-567, 2014
1452014
The third way reconfigured: How and why nonprofit organizations are shifting their human resource management
HG Ridder, EP Piening, AMC Baluch
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 23 …, 2012
1202012
Insights into the process dynamics of innovation implementation: the case of public hospitals in Germany
EP Piening
Public Management Review 13 (1), 127-157, 2011
992011
Joining Forces or Going It Alone? On the Interplay among External Collaboration Partner Types, Interfirm Governance Modes, and Internal R & D
J Gesing, D Antons, EP Piening, M Rese, TO Salge
Journal of Product Innovation Management 32 (3), 424-440, 2015
972015
Harnessing the value of open innovation: The moderating role of innovation management
TO Salge, TM Bohné, T Farchi, EP Piening
International Journal of Innovation Management 16 (03), 1240005, 2012
912012
The whole is more than the sum of its parts? How HRM is configured in nonprofit organizations and why it matters
HG Ridder, AMC Baluch, EP Piening
Human Resource Management Review 22 (1), 1-14, 2012
912012
Untangling the relationship between HRM and hospital performance: the mediating role of attitudinal and behavioural HR outcomes
AM Baluch, TO Salge, EP Piening
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (16), 3038-3061, 2013
822013
Innovating across boundaries: A portfolio perspective on innovation partnerships of multinational corporations
EP Piening, TO Salge, S Schäfer
Journal of World Business 51 (3), 474-485, 2016
242016
Prozessdynamiken der implementierung von innovationen: Eine empirische analyse dynamischer fähigkeiten und ihrer wirkung in krankenhäusern
EP Piening
Springer-Verlag, 2010
202010
Standing together or falling apart? Understanding employees’ responses to organizational identity threats
EP Piening, TO Salge, D Antons, GE Kreiner
Academy of Management Review 45 (2), 325-351, 2020
162020
Don’t get caught on the wrong foot: a resource-based perspective on imitation threats in innovation partnerships
JN Foege, EP Piening, TO Salge
International Journal of Innovation Management 21 (03), 1750023, 2017
152017
Understanding the Antecedents
EP Piening, TO Salge
Contingencies, and, 2015
62015
The impact of occupational stereotypes in human-centered service systems
ASJ Huetten, D Antons, CF Breidbach, EP Piening, TO Salge
Journal of Service Management, 2019
52019
Not for everybody: Why some organisations benefit more from open innovation than others
TO Salge, TM Bohné, T Farchi, EP Piening
Open innovation research, management and practice, 387-416, 2014
52014
Exploring the Dark Side of Innovation Collaboration: A Resource-Based Perspective
TO Salge, EP Piening, N Foege
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 12061, 2013
32013
HR Systems and Interpersonal Workplace Deviance–A Dynamic Perspective
EP Piening, TO Salge, AMC Baluch, TY Park
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 10414, 2014
22014
Mind the Intended-Implemented Gap: Understanding Employees’ Perceptions of HRM
HG Ridder, EP Piening, AMC Baluch
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 11694, 2012
22012
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