Brett Smith
Brett Smith
Cintas Endowed Professor of Entrepreneurship, Miami University
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Distributed leadership in teams: The network of leadership perceptions and team performance
A Mehra, BR Smith, AL Dixon, B Robertson
The Leadership Quarterly 17 (3), 232-245, 2006
Different types of social entrepreneurship: The role of geography and embeddedness on the measurement and scaling of social value
BR Smith, CE Stevens
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 22 (6), 575-598, 2010
Differences in entrepreneurial opportunities: The role of tacitness and codification in opportunity identification
BR Smith, CH Matthews, MT Schenkel
Journal of small business management 47 (1), 38-57, 2009
Identifying the drivers of social entrepreneurial impact: Theoretical development and an exploratory empirical test of SCALERS
PN Bloom, BR Smith
Journal of social entrepreneurship 1 (1), 126-145, 2010
Elasticity and the dialectic tensions of organizational identity: How can we hold together while we are pulling apart?
GE Kreiner, E Hollensbe, ML Sheep, BR Smith, N Kataria
Academy of Management Journal 58 (4), 981-1011, 2015
Mitigating principal-agent problems in base-of-the-pyramid markets: An identity spillover perspective
GM Kistruck, CJ Sutter, RB Lount Jr, BR Smith
Academy of Management Journal 56 (3), 659-682, 2013
Social enterprises and the timing of conception: Organizational identity tension, management, and marketing
BR Smith, J Knapp, TF Barr, CE Stevens, BL Cannatelli
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 22 (2), 108-134, 2010
Funding implications of social enterprise: The role of mission consistency, entrepreneurial competence, and attitude toward social enterprise on donor behavior
BR Smith, ML Cronley, TF Barr
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 31 (1), 142-157, 2012
The road less intended: Integrating entrepreneurial cognition and risk in entrepreneurship education
SD Barbosa, J Kickul, BR Smith
Journal of Enterprising Culture 16 (04), 411-439, 2008
Clarifying the relational ties of organizational belonging: Understanding the roles of perceived insider status, psychological ownership, and organizational identification
JR Knapp, BR Smith, TA Sprinkle
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 21 (3), 273-285, 2014
Managing boundaries through identity work: The role of individual and organizational identity tactics
JR Knapp, BR Smith, GE Kreiner, C Sundaramurthy, SL Barton
Family Business Review 26 (4), 333-355, 2013
The impact of moral intensity and desire for control on scaling decisions in social entrepreneurship
BR Smith, GM Kistruck, B Cannatelli
Journal of Business Ethics 133 (4), 677-689, 2016
Is it the job or the support? Examining structural and relational predictors of job satisfaction and turnover intention for nonprofit employees
JR Knapp, BR Smith, TA Sprinkle
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 46 (3), 652-671, 2017
Social entrepreneurship: A grounded learning approach to social value creation
BR Smith, TF Barr, SD Barbosa, JR Kickul
Journal of Enterprising Culture 16 (04), 339-362, 2008
Cooperation vs. competition: Alternative goal structures for motivating groups in a resource scarce environment
GM Kistruck, RB Lount Jr, BR Smith, BJ Bergman Jr, TW Moss
Academy of Management Journal 59 (4), 1174-1198, 2016
An expanded model of distributed leadership in organizational knowledge creation
B Cannatelli, B Smith, A Giudici, J Jones, M Conger
Long Range Planning 50 (5), 582-602, 2017
The search for and discovery of different types of entrepreneurial opportunities: The effects of tacitness and codification
BR Smith, CH Matthews, MT Schenkel
Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), 2005
15 Social entrepreneurs and earned income opportunities: the dilemma of earned income pursuit
BR Smith, CE Stevens, TF Barr
Handbook of research on social entrepreneurship, 286, 2010
Should we stay or should we go?‘Organizational’relational identity and identification in social venture strategic alliances
B Smith, M Meyskens, F Wilson
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 5 (3), 295-317, 2014
Using simulation to develop empathy and motivate agency: an innovative pedagogical approach for social entrepreneurship education
BR Smith, J Kickul, L Coley
Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education 3, 13-24, 2010
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