Innovation, Digitization, Entrepreneurship and Operations Research Group
Unit(s) of assessment: Business and Management Studies
Research theme: Sustainable Futures
School: Nottingham Business School
The Groups aim is to promote international, intersectoral and interdisciplinary research and collaboration, bringing together academia and practice in the areas of:
- Digital Innovation
- Innovation, Organization and Strategy
- Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
We’re offering fully-funded PhD studentships aligned with our research centres and groups for UK, EU or International students. Find out more about our PhD studentships.
Find out more about our PhD Research Degrees including current PhD Projects.
The IDEO works with an extensive network of associates, visiting scholars and collaborators both within NTU and in the wider academic and practitioner community. The following are some of our collaborators.
External University Collaborators
Professor Marijn Janssen, Full professor and head of the Information and Communication Technology section of the Technology, Policy and Management Faculty of Delft University of Technology
Professor Marina Moreira, Assistant Professor, Department of Administration, University of Brasília
Dr Usha Mohan, Associate Professor, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India (contact Usha Ramanathan)
Dr Lilian A Borges, Researcher, Unidavi, Brazil (contact Usha Ramanathan)
Internal to NTU
Professor Tom Fisher, Centre for Interactive Wearable Designs
Core members of the group
The core members of the IDEO Group are listed below. Their individual profiles together with their research interests and recent publications can be viewed by clicking on the individual links.
Furlotti M. and Soda G. (forthcoming) ‘Fit for the task: complementarity, asymmetry, and partner selection in alliances’, Organization Science.
Wahyudi, A. Kuk, G. and Janssen, M. (2018) ‘A process pattern model for tackling and improving big data quality’, Information Systems Frontiers.
Huggins, R. and Thompson, P. (2017) ‘The behavioural foundations of urban and regional development: culture, psychology and agency’, Journal of Economic Geography.
Matthews, R. L. MacCarthy, B. L. and Braziotis, C. (2017) ‘Organisational learning in SMEs: a process improvement perspective’, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 37 (7), 970-1006.
Ramanathan, U. Subramanian, N. and Parrott, G. (2017) ‘Role of social media in retail network operations and marketing to enhance customer satisfaction’, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 37 (1), 105-123.
Soda G. and Furlotti M. (2017) ‘Bringing tasks back in: an organizational theory of resource complementarity and partner selection’, Journal of Management, 3 (2), 348-375.