Podcast: Dynamic managerial capabilities in micro-enterprises

Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies

Dr Alex Kevill is Lecturer in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies at the University of Leeds. His research interests include dynamic capabilities, micro-enterprises, and entrepreneurial wellbeing. Kiran Trehan is Pro-Vice Chancellor for Partnerships and Engagement at The University of York and Director of the Centre for Enterprise, Leadership, & Diversity. Professor Trehan is a key contributor to debates on leadership, enterprise development and family business. She has led a number of leaderships, enterprise and business support initiatives and has extensively published a number of journal articles, policy reports, books and book chapters in the field. Dr Shelley Harrington is a senior lecturer within Huddersfield Business School and specialises in the field of Dynamic Capabilities. She is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the Chartered Management Institute. She has published most recently within International Small Business Journal (ISBJ) and has presented her work at a number of international conferences including The Academy of Management Annual Meeting and the British Academy of Management.

Alex Kevill, Kiran Trehan, Shelley Harrington

Dynamic managerial capabilities are a potential source of performance improvement for businesses by enabling enterprises to keep up with, or even surpass, the pace of change in their industry. In this episode, Dr Alex Kevill (University of Leeds), Professor Kiran Trehan (University of York), and Dr Shelley Harrington (University of Huddersfield) discuss stability, vulnerability and the role of managerial time allocation when it comes to dynamic managerial capabilities in micro-enterprises.

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This podcast episode was recorded in February 2021 via remote recording. The research discussed in this episode was based on the paper: Dynamic managerial capabilities in micro-enterprises: Stability, vulnerability and the role of managerial time allocation, International Small Business Journal: Researching Entrepreneurship. DOI 10.1177/0266242620970473.

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