Entrepreneurship, Management Theory, Technology and Innovation
Remote Work and Working Families, Innovation
Raghu Garud is Professor of Management and Organization and the Farrell Chair in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Pennsylvania State University. Before joining the Smeal College, Raghu Garud was at the Stern School of Business, New York University. He has been a Fellow of the Sydney Sussex College, the University of Cambridge, and has been a visiting scholar at the Copenhagen Business School, the University of Bologna, the University of St. Gallen, Helsinki University of Technology and the Singapore Management University. Raghu earned a Ph.D. degree in Strategic Management and Organization from the University of Minnesota.
Raghu's research currently explores the emergence of novelty. Specifically, he is interested in understanding how new ideas emerge, are valued, and become commercialized. He has written extensively on these topics offering concepts such as path creation, economies of substitution, technology entrepreneurship, bricolage as a collective process and the socio-cognitive bases for technology emergence. In his research, Raghu has explored modularity and the emergence of architectures in systemic industries. Raghu is currently working on narratives as the generative force for the emergence of novelty within a system of meaning that shapes and is shaped by entrepreneurial foresight.
Careers, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainability, Ethics, Gender and Diversity, Health Care, Human Resources, International Management, Leadership, Management Consulting, Management Education, Management History, Management Theory, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Organizational Behavior, Public and Nonprofit, Religion and Spirituality, Research Methods, Social Issues, Strategic Management, Technology and Innovation