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    • Academic Spin-off Managers as Builders of Resources 

      Nevalainen, Olli-Matti; Eriksson, Päivi; Montonen, Tero (Bloomsbury PublishingIntia, 2017)
      The paper focuses on the financial and non-financial resources of university spin-off companies. It explores how spin-off managers with prior business experience use causal and effectual logics when building finance-related ...
    • Consultants as Institutional Entrepreneurs who try to Change Innovation Ecosystems: A Story-telling Case 

      Eriksson, Päivi; Montonen, Tero; Palo-oja, Outi-Maaria (2019)
      This case study examines a common question for many countries and regions: how are innovation ecosystems created? Scrutinising a regional innovation ecosystem in the health technology industry, this study adopts a narrative ...
    • Critical sensemaking : challenges and promises 

      Aromaa, Eeva; Eriksson, Päivi; Mills, Jean Helms; Hiltunen, Esa; Lammassaari, Maarit; Mills, Albert J (Emerald, 2019)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to analyze current literature on critical sensemaking (CSM) to assess its significance and potential for understanding the role of agency in management and organizational studies. ...
    • Health Scientist as an In-betweener: A Sensemaking Story 

      Montonen, Tero; Eriksson, Päivi; Aromaa, Eeva (Bloomsbury PublishingIntia, 2017)
      The research case outlines the sensemaking story of a scientist in the rapidly transforming higher education context. Using critical sensemaking (CSM) as the theoretical approach, the paper elaborates how the scientist ...
    • How scientists maintain the lead in a commercialization project 

      Palo-oja, Outi-Maaria; Eriksson, Päivi (2019)
      This study focuses on commercialization of knowledge in universities, which refers to activities such as university-industry collaboration, patenting, licensing, and establishing university spin-off companies. The case ...
    • Power in the Commercialization Process: Adopting a Critical Sensemaking Approach to Academic Entrepreneurship 

      Moilanen, Jukka; Montonen, Tero; Eriksson, Päivi (Bloomsbury PublishingIntia, 2017)
      The purpose of this paper is to analyze how academic entrepreneurs make sense of the relationships between the various actors (business partners, stakeholders, academic entrepreneurs and themselves as team members) involved ...
    • Start-ups and mentors in health tech accelerating: Cohesion or confusion? 

      Palo-oja, Outi-Maaria; Eriksson, Päivi; Montonen, Tero (2019)
      Accelerators offer a new model to support start-up companies. Compared to the better known incubator model, accelerators are more intensive, based on mentoring, and include a pitching or demo-day event as their culmination ...
    • Sustainable value creation in the commercialisation of innovation: the case of Auria Biobank 

      Lehtimäki, Hanna; Helén, Ilpo; Snell, Karoliina; Eriksson, Päivi; Montonen, Tero (Britannia, 2019)
      The purpose of this study is to examine how different logics of commercialisation are part of sustainable value creation in an emerging area of healthcare. This paper presents an inductive interpretative case study to ...
    • Where does it lead to? Nowhere! Problematic sensemaking concerning commercialisation 

      Montonen, Tero; Moilanen, Jukka; Eriksson, Päivi (Inderscience Publishers, 2019)
      This study utilised Weick's sensemaking framework to understand academic entrepreneurship as a social process. This paper presents an analysis of the sensemaking process of a group of scientists, assisted by a university ...