- Machine generated contents note: pt. I INTRODUCTION -- 1.Towards a multi-level approach to studying entrepreneurship in professional services / Andreas Werr -- pt. II THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFESSIONAL TEAM -- 2.Knowledge integration as heedful interrelating: towards a behavioral approach to knowledge management in professional service firms / Andreas Werr -- 3.Dealing with errors in professional service firms / Hans Gruber -- 4.A space for learning? Physical, relational and agential space in a strategy consultancy project / Timothy Clark -- 5.Innovating through clients / Natalia Nikolova -- pt. III ORGANIZING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRM -- 6.Professional service firms, knowledge-based competition, and the heterarchical organization form / Mark Mone -- 7.Changing career models and capacity for innovation in professional services / Namrata Malhotra --
Contents note continued: 8.Diversity and experience as entrepreneurial value drivers in professional engineering consulting firms / Per Vejrup-Hansen -- 9.Leadership in entrepreneurial professional service firms / Lars Strannegard -- pt. IV MANAGING AND GROWING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRM -- 10.Entrepreneurial strategies for professional service firms / Bente R. Løwendahl -- 11.New practice development in professional service firms: the role of market sensing / Robert-Jan van den Berg -- 12.Marketing in professional services firms: turning expertise into customer perceived value / Elina Jaakkola -- 13.The globalizing professional service firm: managerial and organizational challenges / Susan Segal-Horn -- 14.A network approach to the internationalization of business service firms / Johannes Gluckler -- 15.Beyond dichotomies: a multi-stage model of governance in professional service firms / Laura Empson --
Contents note continued: pt. V THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRM AND ITS INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT -- 16.Institutional entrepreneurship: a literature review and analysis of the maturing consulting field / Markus Reihlen -- 17.After the gold rush: the role of professionals in the emergence and configuration of organizational fields / Roy Suddaby -- 18.The emergence and dynamics of venture capital in Germany: an organizational field based approach / Michael Woywode -- 19.Entrepreneurship, managerialism and professionalism in action: the case of the legal profession in England and Wales / John Flood.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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