Mary Tripsas
Mary Tripsas
Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Verified email at hbs.edu
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Capabilities, cognition, and inertia: Evidence from digital imaging
M Tripsas, G Gavetti
Strategic Management Journal 21, 1147-1161, 2000
28282000
Unraveling the process of creative destruction: Complementary assets and incumbent survival in the typesetter industry
M Tripsas
Strategic Management Journal 18 (S1), 119-142, 1997
12471997
The accidental entrepreneur: The emergent and collective process of user entrepreneurship
SK Shah, M Tripsas
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 1 (1‐2), 123-140, 2007
7202007
Thinking about technology: Applying a cognitive lens to technical change
S Kaplan, M Tripsas
Research Policy 37 (5), 790-805, 2008
5902008
Technology, Identity, and Inertia through the Lens of'The Digital Photography Company'
M Tripsas
Organization Science 20 (2), 441-460, 2009
5872009
The influence of prior industry affiliation on framing in nascent industries: The evolution of digital cameras
MJ Benner, M Tripsas
Strategic Management Journal 33 (3), 277-302, 2012
3412012
Surviving radical technological change through dynamic capability: Evidence from the typesetter industry
M Tripsas
Industrial and corporate Change 6 (2), 341-377, 1997
3351997
Internet business models: texts and cases
TR Eisenmann, R Hallowell, M Tripsas
McGraw-Hill, Inc., 2001
2552001
Customer preference discontinuities: a trigger for radical technological change
M Tripsas
Managerial and Decision Economics 29 (2‐3), 79-97, 2008
2422008
Interfirm Modularity and Its Implications for Product Development*
N Staudenmayer, M Tripsas, CL Tucci
Journal of Product Innovation Management 22 (4), 303-321, 2005
2402005
Discouraging opportunistic behavior in collaborative R & D: A new role for government
M Tripsas, S Schrader, M Sobrero
Research policy 24 (3), 367-389, 1995
1811995
When do user innovators start firms? A theory of user entrepreneurship
S Shah, M Tripsas
Revolutionizing innovation: Users, communities and open innovation, 285-307, 2016
94*2016
The exploratory processes of entrepreneurial firms: The role of purposeful experimentation
F Murray, M Tripsas
Business strategy over the industry lifecycle, 2004
712004
Organizational identity and innovation
C Anthony, M Tripsas
The Oxford handbook of organizational identity, 417-435, 2016
452016
Technology and industry evolution
R Agarwal, M Tripsas
The handbook of technology and innovation management 1, 1-55, 2008
422008
“Who are you?… I really wanna know”: Product meaning and competitive positioning in the nascent synthesizer industry
C Anthony, AJ Nelson, M Tripsas
Strategy Science 1 (3), 163-183, 2016
412016
Start-up inertia versus flexibility: The role of founder identity in a nascent industry
T Zuzul, M Tripsas
Administrative Science Quarterly 65 (2), 395-433, 2020
262020
Product to platform transitions: Organizational identity implications
EJ Altman, M Tripsas
The Oxford handbook of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship, 379394, 2015
262015
Commercializing emerging technologies through complementary assets
M Tripsas
252001
Exploring the interaction between organizational identity and organizational design in technological transitions
M Tripsas
Boston, MA: Boston College: Carroll School of Management, 2013
232013
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