Most corporate entrepreneurship studies have focused on either innovation, venturing or strategic renewal making comparison between the antecedents of all three aspects of corporate entrepreneurship difficult. Moreover, studies on corporate entrepreneurship hardly address organizational antecedents, while simultaneously managing and organizing CE and mainstream activities has been seen as a major challenge for incumbent firms. Our findings show that organizational ambidexterity has strong and differential effects on venturing, innovation and renewal. We find, for example, that innovation is affected by horizontal integration, while strategic renewal is significantly influenced by integration on top management team level.
Burgers, Henri and Jansen, Justin J.P.
"ORGANIZATIONAL AMBIDEXTERITY AND CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS ON VENTURING, INNOVATION AND RENEWAL PROCESSES,"
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Vol. 28
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalknowledge.babson.edu/fer/vol28/iss19/2