Julia Brennecke
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Erfolge sichtbar machen: Das Ma▀nahmen-Erfolgs-Inventar (MEI)
S Kauffeld, J Brennecke, M Strack
Handbuch Kompetenzentwicklung, 55-79, 2009
104*2009
The interplay between formal project memberships and informal advice seeking in knowledge-intensive firms: A multilevel network approach
J Brennecke, ON Rank
Social Networks 44, 307-318, 2016
662016
The firm’s knowledge network and the transfer of advice among corporate inventors—A multilevel network study
J Brennecke, O Rank
Research Policy 46 (4), 768-783, 2017
612017
Dissonant Ties in Intraorganizational Networks: Why Individuals Seek Problem-Solving Assistance from Difficult Colleagues
J Brennecke
Academy of Management Journal 63 (3), 743–778, 2020
192020
Duality beyond dyads: Multiplex patterning of social ties and cultural meanings
N Basov, J Brennecke
Research in the Sociology of Organizations 53, 87-112, 2017
192017
Entrepreneurial Attitudes as Drivers of Managers’ Boundary‐Spanning Knowledge Ties in the Context of High‐Tech Clusters
I Schierjott, J Brennecke, ON Rank
Journal of Small Business Management, 2018
142018
Tie heterogeneity in networks of interlocking directorates: a cost–benefit approach to firms’ tie choice
J Brennecke, ON Rank
Business Research 10 (1), 97-122, 2017
112017
Knowledge networks in high-tech clusters: A multilevel perspective on interpersonal and inter-organizational collaboration
J Brennecke, ON Rank
Multilevel Network Analysis for the Social Sciences, 273-293, 2016
102016
The Network‐Performance Relationship in Knowledge‐Intensive Contexts—A Meta‐Analysis and Cross‐Level Comparison
J Brennecke, N Stoemmer
Human Resource Management 57 (1), 11-36, 2018
92018
Informal Managerial Networks and Formal Firm Alliances
J Brennecke, I Schierjott, O Rank
Schmalenbach Business Review 17 (1), 103-125, 2016
92016
Extrinsic motivation as a determinant of knowledge exchange in sales teams: A social network approach
N David, J Brennecke, O Rank
Human Resource Management 59 (4), 339-358, 2020
72020
Network failure: Biotechnology firms, clusters and collaborations far from the world superclusters
M Gilding, J Brennecke, V Bunton, D Lusher, PL Molloy, A Codoreanu
Research Policy 49 (2), 103902, 2020
62020
Informelle Netzwerke im Unternehmen: Risiken erkennen, Potenziale nutzen
J Brennecke
PERSONALquarterly 66 (2), 10-17, 2014
62014
Advances in Exponential Random Graph Models
D Lusher, P Wang, J Brennecke, J Brailly, M Faye, C Gallagher
The Oxford Handbook of Social Networks, 234-253, 2020
12020
Mit Intervallen zum Transfer–Experten und Novizen im Vertrieb
S Kauffeld, J Brennecke, NC Altmann
Handbuch Kompetenzentwicklung, 319-337, 2009
12009
How the Organizational Design of R&D Units Affects Individual Search Intensity-A Network Study
J Brennecke, W Sofka, P Wang, O Rank
Research Policy 50 (5), 104219, 2021
2021
Leveraging Middle Managers’ Brokerage for Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Role of Multilevel Social Capital Configurations
L Glaser, SPL FournÚ, J Brennecke, T Elfring
Long Range Planning, 102068, 2020
2020
Network Failure in the Australian Biotechnology Field
M Gilding, J Brennecke, V Bunton, D Lusher, P Molloy
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 11895, 2019
2019
Ambivalent Relationships in Intra-Organizational Networks
J Brennecke
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 12055, 2017
2017
The Firm’s Knowledge Network and the Transfer of Advice among Corporate Inventors
J Brennecke, ON Rank
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 11787, 2016
2016
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