Marina Biniari

T307 Dept. Industrial Engineering and Management
Assistant Professor
Department of Industrial Engineering and Management

My research is focused on the social-psychological and organizational processes that explain the occurrence of individual and collective entrepreneurial behavior within existing firms. Currently, I study at the micro-level of analysis how emotional dynamics, cognitive processes and motives influence the individuals’ engagement in entrepreneurial actions. At the meso-level of analysis, I study how organizational designs, such as venturing units, and organizational practices, such as design thinking, influence the innovation processes and efforts of firms.  At this level of analysis, I also study how the managers can design organizational contexts to foster entrepreneurial and innovative behavior.

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socio-psychological dynamics, Innovation, corporate entrepreneurship, Organizational ambidexterity, organizational renewal, 512 Business and management