Barbara Kump
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No need to hide: Acknowledging the researcher’s intuition in empirical organizational research
B Kump
human relations 75 (4), 635-654, 2022
Organizational Routines as a Source of Ethical Blindness
B Kump, M Scholz
Organization Theory 3 (1), 26317877221075640, 2022
Mere adaptability or dynamic capabilities? A qualitative multi-case study on how SMEs renew their resource bases
B Kump, C Schweiger
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing 14 (3), 351-377, 2022
Collective rumination: When “problem talk” impairs organizational resilience
K Knipfer, B Kump
Applied Psychology 71 (1), 154-173, 2022
New Work Arrangements-A Review of Concepts and Theories
R Kattenbach, B Kump, J Moskaliuk
Management Revue 32 (4), 297-301, 2021
Challenges of maintaining and diffusing grassroots innovations in alternative food networks: A systems thinking approach
B Kump, C Fikar
Journal of Cleaner Production 317, 128407, 2021
When do threats mobilize managers for organizational change toward sustainability? An environmental belief model
B Kump
Business Strategy and the Environment 30 (5), 2713-2726, 2021
Clarifying the dominant logic construct by disentangling and reassembling its dimensions
A Engelmann, B Kump, C Schweiger
International Journal of Management Reviews 22 (4), 323-355, 2020
Ethical Blindness: A Routine-Based Perspective and an Unlearning-Oriented Cure
B Kump, M Scholz
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 16594, 2020
Toward a dynamic capabilities scale: measuring organizational sensing, seizing, and transforming capacities
B Kump, A Engelmann, A Kessler, C Schweiger
Industrial and Corporate Change 28 (5), 1149-1172, 2019
Collective Rumination: A New Perspective on the Role of Conversations in Organizational Learning
K Knipfer, B Kump
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 13256, 2019
A Literature Review on an Unfinished Tale: Definitions and Investigations of the Dominant Logic
A Engelmann, B Kump, C Schweiger
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 17829, 2019
Beyond power struggles: A multilevel perspective on incongruences at the interface of practice, knowledge, and identity in radical organizational change
B Kump
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 55 (1), 5-26, 2019
Der Wandel von Praxis, Wissen und Identität in der Industrie 4.0
B Kump
Industrie 4.0 Management 35 (2), 18-22, 2019
Lerne die Regeln um sie zu verändern! Die Rolle der Organisationslogik in Veränderungsprozessen
C Schweiger, B Kump
Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. Zeitschrift für Angewandte …, 2018
A creature with many faces: A literature review on the constituents of the dominant logic
A Engelmann, B Kump, C Schweiger
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 17216, 2018
Reflection as a catalyst and rumination as a barrier for organizational learning
B Kump, K Knipfer
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 11331, 2017
A concept for diagnosing and developing organizational change capabilities
C Schweiger, B Kump, L Hoormann
Journal of Management and Change 1 (2), 12-28, 2016
Blended Learning
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Collective rumination at work: When ‘talking about the problem’hinders organizational learning and innovation
B Kump, K Knipfer
Proceedings of the 2016 Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities …, 2016
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