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Erwin Danneels

Associate Professor

Department of Management and Organization

College of Business

University of South Florida

edanneels@usf.edu, erwin@wpi.edu

Erwin Danneels is a professor in the management department, teaching strategic business analysis.

He researches the growth and renewal of corporations in the face of changing technological environments, and won a three-year $212,000 National Science Foundation grant to conduct a large-scale study of product innovation and growth in public U.S. firms. He has published in top academic journals such as the Journal of Product Innovation Management, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. Most notably, he is the author of five solo-authored articles in the Strategic Management Journal.

Danneels joined the management department from the University of Central Florida. He received an MBA from the University of Ghent in Belgium, an MS from the University of California, Davis, and a PhD in Business Administration from Penn State University.

 Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration from Penn State University, December 1998
  • Master of Science in Textiles from the University of California, Davis, 1994
  • Master of Business Administration from the Vlerick School of Management, University of Ghent, Belgium, 1991
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Ghent, Belgium, 1990

Academic Positions

  • Associate Professor, Department of Management and Organization, College of Business, USF, 2013-present
  • Associate Professor, Department of Management, College of Business Administration, UCF, 2010-2013
  • Associate Professor, Department of Management, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2006-2010
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2000-2006
  • Visiting Associate Professor, Bocconi University, Milan-Italy, Spring 2008, 2009, 2011
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Fall 2004
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Goizueta Business School, Emory University, 1998-2000

 Main Journal Articles

  • Danneels, Erwin (2012), “Second-order competences and Schumpeterian rents,” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 6 (1): 42-58
  • Vijay Govindarajan, Praveen Kopalle, and Erwin Danneels (2011), “The effects of mainstream and emerging customer orientations on radical and disruptive innovations,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 28 (S1): 121-132
  • Danneels, Erwin and Rajesh Sethi (2011), “Overcoming competence traps and temporal myopia: New product exploration under environmental turbulence,” Organization Science, 22(4): 1026-1039
  • Danneels, Erwin (2011), “Trying to become a different type of company: Dynamic capability at Smith Corona,” Strategic Management Journal, 32 (1): 1-31 (lead article)
  • Danneels, Erwin (2008), “Organizational antecedents of second-order competences,” Strategic Management Journal, 28 (4): 519-543 (cited 39 times as of 12/12 according to ISI Web of Science)
  • Danneels, Erwin (2007), “The process of technology competence leveraging,” Strategic Management Journal, 28 (5): 511-533
  • Danneels, Erwin (2006), “From the Guest Editor: Dialogue on the effects of disruptive technology on firms and industries,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 23 (1): 2-4

Danneels, Erwin (2004), “Disruptive technology reconsidered: A critique and research agenda,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 21 (4): 246-258 (voted best article of 2004 – cited 88 times as of 12/12 according to ISI Web of Science)

  • Danneels, Erwin (2003), “Tight-loose coupling with customers: The enactment of customer orientation,” Strategic Management Journal, 24 (6): 559-576
  • Danneels, Erwin (2002), “The dynamics of product innovation and firm competences,” Strategic Management Journal, 23 (12): 1095-1121 (cited 252 times as of 12/12 according to ISIWeb of Science – ۸۳۲ Google Scholar citations)
  • Danneels, Erwin and Elko J. Kleinschmidt (2001), “Product innovativeness from the firm’s perspective: Its dimensions and their relation with project selection and performance,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 18 (6): 357-73 (lead article – cited 149 times as of 12/12 according to ISIWeb of Science – identified by another article as a likely classic based on impact analysis)

 

Invited Publications

  • Danneels, Erwin (2010), “Disruptive Technology,” entry into the Encyclopedia of Technology and Innovation Management, VK Narayanan and Gina O’Connor and (Eds.), Wiley, pp. 47-48

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