Associate Professor of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Organizational change
“ My research interests lie at the intersection of strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship. I study how organizations deal with uncertain environments. With an entrepreneurship angle, I explore the role and actions of entrepreneurs and innovators in the process of markets and organization creation, specifically in high-tech contexts. With a strategy angle, I study how large organizations manage strategic surprises, wicked problems and disruptions. Before academia, he has been an entrepreneur and a managing director for 20 years in France and abroad.
Ben Mahmoud Jouini, S., Silberzahn, P., Paris, T. (2017). Resolving the commitment-flexibility dilemma in new technology ventures. International Journal of Innovation Management, 21 (6).
- Silberzahn, P. (2016). A Manager’s guide to Disruptive Innovation: Why Great Companies Fail in the Face of Disruption and How to Make Sure Your Company Doesn’t.: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 197 p.
- Silberzahn, P. (2014). Effectuation: les principes de l’entrepreneuriat pour tous. Montreuil (Seine-Saint-Denis): Pearson X-174.
Effectuation, near-decomposability, market and organization creation, management of wicked problems, disruptions.
Field study, Case studies