Charlene Nicholls-Nixon
Charlene Nicholls-Nixon
Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
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Technology sourcing and output of established firms in a regime of encompassing technological change
CL Nicholls‐Nixon, CY Woo
Strategic Management Journal 24 (7), 651-666, 2003
Strategic experimentation: Understanding change and performance in new ventures
CL Nicholls-Nixon, AC Cooper, CY Woo
Journal of business venturing 15 (5-6), 493-521, 2000
Rapid growth and high performance: The entrepreneur's “impossible dream?”
CL Nicholls-Nixon
Academy of Management Perspectives 19 (1), 77-89, 2005
Latin America management research: Review, synthesis, and extension
CL Nicholls-Nixon, JA Davila Castilla, J Sanchez Garcia, ...
Journal of Management 37 (4), 1178-1227, 2011
Theory building in the presence of ‘randomness’: The case of venture creation and performance
CY Woo, U Daellenbach, C Nicholls‐Nixon
Journal of Management Studies 31 (4), 507-524, 1994
Responding to technological change: Why some firms do and others die
CL Nicholls-Nixon
The Journal of High Technology Management Research 6 (1), 1-16, 1995
Absorptive capacity and technological sourcing: Implications for the responsiveness of established firms
C Nicholls-Nixon
Unpublished Ph. D. dissertation, Purdue University, 1993
Entrepreneurial ecosystems and the lifecycle of university business incubators: An integrative case study
CL Nicholls-Nixon, D Valliere, SA Gedeon, S Wise
International entrepreneurship and management journal 17, 809-837, 2021
The blurring of industry boundaries: An explanatory model applied to telecommunications
CL Nicholls-Nixon, D Jasinski
Industrial and Corporate Change 4 (4), 755-768, 1995
Fresh starts: Arnold Cooper on entrepreneurship and wealth creation
AM McCarthy, CL Nicholls-Nixon
Academy of Management Perspectives 15 (1), 27-34, 2001
A framework for exploring heterogeneity in university business incubators
CL Nicholls-Nixon, D Valliere
Entrepreneurship research journal 10 (3), 20180190, 2019
Absorptive capacity and technology sourcing: implications for responsiveness of established firms
CL Nicholls-Nixon
Purdue University, 1993
Adaptation by start-up firms
CY Woo, AC Cooper, C Nicholls-Nixon, WC Dunkelberg
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 132-143, 1990
A typology of university business incubators: Implications for research and practice
C Nicholls-Nixon, D Valliere, Z Hassannezhad
International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 535-XXII, 2018
Experimentation and performance in start-up firms
CY Woo, AC Cooper, CI Nicholls-Nixon
Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, 1991
Entrepreneurial logic and fit: a cross-level model of incubator performance
CL Nicholls-Nixon, D Valliere
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 27 (7), 1696-1723, 2021
How coaching services help early stage entrepreneurs: an exploration of gender differences
CL Nicholls-Nixon, MM Maxheimer
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development 29 (5), 742-763, 2022
Mentoring fit, social learning, and venture progress during business incubation
ZH Chavoushi, CL Nicholls-Nixon, D Valliere
The Journal of Applied Business and Economics 22 (14), 23-39, 2020
What women want (and need) from coaching relationships during business incubation
MM Maxheimer, CL Nicholls-Nixon
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 34 (5), 548-577, 2022
How university business incubation supports entrepreneurs in technology-based and creative industries: A comparative study
CL Nicholls-Nixon, RM Singh, Z Hassannezhad Chavoushi, D Valliere
Journal of Small Business Management, 1-37, 2022
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