Benjamin Gabriel

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Master Student in BIS bij de UvA (student ID = 10408193).

1. Literature Review

Here is the link providing an access towards my Literature Review (BG). This last is based on the two following papers:

  • How companies (mis)manage risk? by Stulz R.M. (Harvard Business Review, 2009).
  • The challenge of adaptation through innovation based on the quality of the innovation process by Dervitsiotis K.N. (Total Quality Management, 2011).

2. Fellow Student Review

Here is the link providing an access towards my personnal reflection on Fellow Student Review (BG). This last is based on the analysis of the two following papers:

  • The six mistakes executives make in risk management by Taleb N.N. et al (Harvard Business Review, 2009) - (published by Irshad Rampersad).
  • Risks of Corporate Entrepreneurship: Autonomy and Agency Issues by Shimizu K. (Organization Science, 2012) - (published by Petra Gardai).

3. Student Lecture

Here is the link towards the Student Lecture Innovation and change management in global organizations me and y group presented by mid-December 2012. This presentation treated about the place and importance of innovation management in nowadays business and espacially in large, global organizations.

4. Case Study

The Case study served as basis for our Student Lecture. During our researches, we tried to understand how the concept of "innovation" was perceived by a large and global firm like Philips. We also tried to relate this concept to the theory of the ACM through the establishement of connections between Philips' business processes and the four quadrants of the ACM. The main output of our research has been summarized at the following page: Innovation and change management in global organizations: the case study of Royal Philips Electronics.