Tilte : New Venture Management Teams (NVT) : The effects of composition and interactions on performance
Speakers: Francis Bidault (Professor Emeritus, ESMT Berlin), Alessio Castello (Professor, IUM, Monaco), Karine Raïes (Associate Professor, EM Lyon)
Date : Tuesday, 23 June
Time : 2:00 to 3:00 pm
Room : Zoom
This project revisits the effects of team composition on new venture performance and explores how this effect combines with interactions within the management teams to affect new venture performance. Following the call for greater use of experimental data in new venture research (Williams et al. Journal of Business Venturing, 2019), we analyse that we collected in a series of business simulations involving 52 teams over 5 cohorts with a total of over 230 participants. We find further support to already identified composition variables, and observe how these are moderated by variables such as the level of trust between team members and the context of decision making. Our data is analyzed through a fsQCA methodology
Karine Raïes is associate professor of Marketing at EMLYON Business School. Her research focuses on the consumer-brand relationship in a digital world. She defended a PhD on the impact of consumers’ engagement in virtual brand communities and published her results on well-ranked academic journals. In 2016, she was designed as co-chair of the social media and digital track of the world marketing congress organized by the American Marketing Association. Her teaching experience is rooted on Digital Marketing, Relational Marketing, Quantitative Analysis and Research Methodology.
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