Dr. Johanna Clancy has recently taken on the role of Lecturer in Business Enterprise at NUI Galway. She is a graduate of NUI Galway, having completed her B.Comm, MBS and subsequently her PhD in 2009. Johanna, along with her co-authors, won Best Paper Award at the 20th IAM conference, held in QUB this year. The subject of their paper was subsidiary manager influence in the multinational company network. Earlier this year, Johanna’s work, along with same co-authors, was published in the British Journal of Management. The paper is titled: Regional Head Quarter’s Dual Agency Role: Micro-Political Strategies of Alignment and Self Interest.
Johanna also works closely with colleagues at NUI Galway and Trinity College Dublin, researching in the area of knowledge embeddedness of the multinational subsidiary its internal and local external context. Their upcoming published book chapter is titled: Subsidiary Combinative Capability for Knowledge Creation as a Coevolutionary Development Process. Johanna’s new role at NUI Galway will see her teach and research more in the enterprise / entrepreneurship space at undergraduate level, where she will engage more with industry in establishing and delivering courses that are externally influenced.
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