Kelley Packalen
Kelley Packalen
Associate Professor of Strategy & Organization, Smith School of Business, Queen's University
Verified email at queensu.ca
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Complementing capital: The role of status, demographic features, and social capital in founding teams’ abilities to obtain resources
KA Packalen
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 31 (6), 873-891, 2007
2032007
Organizational and Institutional Genesis
WW Powell, K Packalen, K Whittington
The Emergence of Organizations and Markets, 434-465, 2012
1882012
The institutional embeddedness of high-tech regions: relational foundations of the Boston biotechnology community
K Porter, KB Whittington, WW Powell
Clusters, networks, and innovation 261, 296, 2005
1492005
Networks and organizations
KA Porter, WW Powell
The Sage handbook of organization studies 2, 776-799, 2006
632006
Cisco systems architecture: ERP and web-enabled IT
RL Nolan, K Porter, C Akers
232001
You can't leave your past behind: The influence of founders' career histories on their firms.
KA Porter
202002
Help me do it on my own: How entrepreneurs manage autonomy and constraint within incubator organizations
VP Seidel, KA Packalen, S O’Mahony
The Structuring of Work in Organizations (Research in the Sociology of …, 2016
112016
Multiple successful models: how demographic features of founding teams differ between regions and over time
K Packalen
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 27 (5-6), 357-385, 2015
92015
When silos collapse, what happens to the seeds? A case study of the diffusion of people and ideas when a firm's research programs are cancelled
KA Packalen
Research Handbook of Entrepreneurial Exit, 63-86, 2015
2015
Finding the Right One: Forming Successful Advisor Relationships in Small Firms
KA Packalen, L Dyer
ICSB World Conference Proceedings, 1, 2011
2011
You Can't Leave Your Past Behind: The Influence of Founders' Career Histories on their Firms-Executive Summary
KA Packalen
Available at SSRN 1371633, 2004
2004
HELPING ENTREPRENEURS SUCCEED: ADVISORY RELATIONSHIPS IN GOVERNMENT-FUNDED PROGRAMS
K PACKALEN
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