The Challenges of Corporate Entrepreneurship in the Disruptive Age Vol: 28

Donald F. Kuratko
Indiana University Bloomington, USA

Sherry Hoskinson
University of Delaware, USA

Product Details
22 Nov 2018
Emerald Publishing Limited
200 pages - 152 x 229mm
Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Economic Growth


The new disruptive age in technology has presented a strategic game changer for most organizations. The severe modifications in complete industries and unpredictable market conditions have created significant challenges for simple organizational survival, let alone providing an avenue for growth, innovation, and new ventures. These conditions have fostered a greater need for corporate innovative activities and a better understanding of the corporate entrepreneurial process within such an environment. 

This volume focuses on the greatest challenges that exist in Corporate Entrepreneurship in this disruptive age, and explores the complications posed by the dynamic environment that all organizations of today are forced to confront. It addresses the need for a better understanding of the role of external socio-cultural, economic and market conditions upon the managerial and leadership decisions and actions in pursuit of Corporate Entrepreneurship strategies.
Introduction. The Challenges of Corporate Entrepreneurship in the Disruptive Age; Donald F. Kuratko, Sherry Hoskinson 
Chapter 1. Unpacking Corporate Entrepreneurship: A Critique and Extension; Minet Schindehutte, Michael H. Morris, Donald F. Kuratko 
Chapter 2. Entrepreneurial Orientation and Ambidexterity: Literature Review, Challenges, and Agenda for Future Research; Younggeun Lee, Patrick M. Kreiser 
Chapter 3. Integrating Corporate Entrepreneurship and Organization Development through Learning and Leadership; Erik Monsen, Alan D. Boss 
Chapter 4. Corporate Entrepreneurial Leadership: Addressing Critical Challenges in a Disruptive Age; Donald F. Kuratko, Emily Neubert 
Chapter 5. Corporate Entrepreneurship as a Survival Routine; Robert P. Garrett, Jr., Tommie Welcher 
Chapter 6. Critical Elements of Team Formation to Enhance Organizational Innovation; Jeffrey S. Hornsby 
Chapter 7. Effectively Leveraging Design for Corporate Innovation; Travis J. Brown 
Chapter 8. A Practitioner Review of Technological Firms' Success in Corporate Innovation; Harrison R. Holt
Donald F. Kuratko is a prominent scholar and national leader in the field of entrepreneurship. He has published over 250 articles in leading publications, covering critical aspects of entrepreneurship. A pioneering entrepreneurship educator and leader, Kuratko has established award winning academic programs and organizations, including the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers, impacting hundreds of thousands students.
Sherry Hoskinson is an established leader in university entrepreneurship and technology commercialization. Hoskinson is attributed with several award-winning models and approaches to entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education and has been an active and inspired ecosystem developer. Hoskinson retired from university roles and is now a partner in a private equity firm and chief executive officer of a technology company.

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