Hubris in the entrepreneurship context
The following employee should be contacted primarily: Jun. Prof. Dr. Janina Sundermeier takes care of the following key topics:
- Advantages and limitations of various tools for business model development. Factors influencing the emergence of individual/organizational overconfidence (hubris) in the start-up context
- Effects of individual/organizational overestimation of oneself (hubris) in the start-up context Analysis of the codeshare network between 230 airlines (secondary data analysis)
- Analysis of the cooperation between startups and established companies from the perspective of dynamic capability/absorptive capacity
- Literature research on cooperation between startups and established companies
- What learning processes do startups experience in the course of collaborations with established companies?
- Do we need more of “those” Steve Jobs or Elon Musks? Functional and dysfunctional effects of hubris in the process of founding (IT) companies
- Do entrepreneurs go to their heads with their success? Factors influencing the emergence of hubris in the process of founding an (IT) company
- How does hubris influence the success of an elevator pitch?
- What events in the life cycle of a young (IT) company do entrepreneurs learn from? (e.g. experimental approach conceivable)
- How does experience with different financing options shape the behavior of (IT) serial founders? (first data available)
- Business model innovation through science-based start-ups?! Translation strategies from basic research