Sub-theme 62: Managing in the Age of Disruptions

Shahzad (Shaz) Ansari, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Dries Faems, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
Raghu Garud, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, MS - TR 13
Introduction + Collaboration and Disruption
Chair: Raghu Garud
Richard Tee and Pinar Ozcan
Trying to avoid disruption through collaboration: The challenges of modularity in nascent technology markets
Sara Lara Marquez Gallardo
Everything must change so that everything can stay the same: Open access in UK academic publishing
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, MS - TR 13
Reacting to Disruption
Chair: Shahzad Ansari
Anita McGahan, James Shaw and Payal Agarwal
Negotiated settlements among stakeholders: Creating capacity to confront disruption
Amber Geurts, Thijs Broekhuizen and Wilfred Dolfsma
Why do firms react differently? Using organizational identity to explain heterogeneous responses to disruptive change
Dennis van Kampen, Fleur Deken and Hans Berends
Gaining and regaining internal and external legitimacy through (re)framing
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Making Choices for Disruption - Room: MS - TR 13
Chair: Raghu Garud
Christian Hampel and Elena Dalpiaz
Rising from the ashes: How disruptors use moralizing storytelling to reform in response to a legitimacy crisis
Heeyon Kim and Martina Montauti
The disruptor’s paradox: The impact of Airbnb Plus on the hospitality industry
Mara Guerra, Bart Clarysse and Anu Wadhwa
Product Market Choice of Entrepreneurial Ventures: The Role of Prior Experience
Parallel Stream B: Self-disruption - Room: MS - TR 7
Chair: Dries Faems
Dirk Martignoni and Thomas Keil
To self-disrupt or not to self-disrupt
Joakim Netz
Incumbents self-disruption: Temporal shaping in continued market leadership
Cristóbal García-Herrera and Erkko Autio
Controlling proactive self-disruption: Managing tensions in an industry-led corporate start-up accelerator
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Digital Disruption - Room: MS - TR 13
Chair: Shazad Ansari
Anup Nair and Harry Sminia
Confronting digital disruption: How organizational dynamics shape response strategies in incumbent firms
Paolo Aversa, Carmelo Cennamo and Gianni Lorenzoni
Digital transformation in manufacturing ecosystems: A case of supply and knowledge network decoupling
Mohammad N. Nasiri, Susanne Velden, Niels G. Noorderhaven and Henk Akkermans
Collective choice of radical technology in innovative ecosystems: An in-depth study on the collective choice of the next generations of lithography technology
Parallel Stream B: Disruption within Specific Industries - Room: MS - TR 7
Chair: Dries Faems
Callen Anthony and Mark J. Zbaracki
Competition at sea: The emergence and evolution of the ro-ro ferry, 1957–1994
Jan Lepoutre
Robust disruption: Competition and collaboration dynamics in the launch of electric vehicles in the automotive industry
Gulsemin Altundas and Hélène Delacour
Ecosystem-as-structure vs. ecosystem-as-affiliation: Evidence from the autonomous vehicle emergence
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Disruption and Platforms - Room: MS - TR 13
Chair: Shazad Ansari
Vidya Oruganti
A Hub Firm’s Orchestration of a Platform-Based Ecosystem and the Role of Complementor Exclusivity
Fathiro Putra, Saeed Khanagha and Krsto Pandza
Understanding the dynamic of platform business creation by established firm
Pinar Ozcan, Markos Zachariadis and Dize Dinckol
“Platformification” of banking: Strategy and challenges of challenger versus incumbent banks in response to regulatory change in the UK
Parallel Stream B: Disruption from Strategic Perspective - Room: MS - TR 7
Chair: Raghu Garud
Marja Turunen
Strategizing in data-driven business ecosystems: A collective consciousness perspective
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, MS - TR 13
Disruption and Entrepreneurial Action
Chair: Dries Faems
Ann-Kathrin Leiting, Lien De Cuyper, Bart Clarysse and Anne L.J. ter Wal
Leveraging Cultural Capital to Unleash the Power of Entrepreneurship: A Study of Hybrid Corporate Ventures
Lisa Whitelaw and Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo
The tactical art of disruptive innovation: How incumbent organisations can respond to threat of disruption through entrepreneuring organisation-creation tactics
Francesca Bacco and Anna Comacchio
The Role of Boundary Organizations in Inter-Organizational Collaborations Across Domains: A Case in Fashion-Tech
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, MS - TR 13
The Future of Research on Managing Disruptions
Chair: Raghu Garud
– Group Discussion –