Prof. Sabyasachi Sinha
Prof. Sabyasachi Sinha
Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
Verified email at iiml.ac.in
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Entrepreneurship
R Hisrich, M Peters, D Shepherd, S Sinha
332*2020
Managing an ambidextrous organization: balancing innovation and efficiency
S Sinha
Strategic Direction 32 (10), 35-37, 2016
172016
The Exploration-Exploitation Dilemma: A Review in the Context of Managing Growth of New Ventures
S Sinha
Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers 40 (3), 313-323, 2015
112015
Managing ambidexterity in growth phase of start-up firms
S Sinha
52013
Aspire to build an ethical and sustainable organization? Renew thyself!
S Sinha
Strategic Direction 33 (1), 7-9, 2017
42017
The emergent-strategy process of initiating organizational ambidexterity
S Sinha
Journal of Strategy and Management 12 (3), 382-396., 2019
22019
Influence of family socioemotional wealth on strategic decision making in Indian family firms
V Thakur, S Sinha
Int. J. of Management Concepts and Philosophy 13 (2), 153-172, 2020
2020
Shubham Goldiee Masale Private Limited: Consolidate or Expand?
S Sinha, V Thakur
Ivey Publishing (Available on https://hbsp.harvard.edu), 2020
2020
HCL Technologies Infrastructure Services Division: Fuel for Growth
S Sinha, NK Malik
Ivey Publishing (Available on https://hbsp.harvard.edu ), 2020
2020
Increasing Resilience Reservoir: Experience of Senior Corporate Executives
PG Raghuraman, S Singh, S Sinha
The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations 55 (2), 292-305, 2019
2019
Employment Generation Strategies: Review, Reflections, and Way Forward
S Sinha
LMA Convention Journal 11 (1), 1-4, 2016
2016
The Phenomenon of International New Ventures: A Review
S Sinha
Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, 11, 2014
2014
Mechanisms of Managing Ambidexterity in Growth Phase of Start-Up Firms and Role of Top Management Teams in the Process
S Sinha
Available at SSRN 2148780, 2012
2012
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