Sarel Gronum
Sarel Gronum
Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Associate Director of Education, University
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The role of networks in small and medium‐sized enterprise innovation and firm performance
S Gronum, ML Verreynne, T Kastelle
Journal of Small Business Management 50 (2), 257-282, 2012
Innovation diversity and uncertainty in small and medium sized tourism firms
ML Verreynne, AM Williams, BW Ritchie, S Gronum, KS Betts
Tourism Management 72, 257-269, 2019
Business model design and innovation: Unlocking the performance benefits of innovation
S Gronum, J Steen, ML Verreynne
Australian Journal of Management 41 (3), 585-605, 2016
SME performance: The role of networking, innovation breadth, and business model design
S Gronum
Open innovation in Australian small firms: When should we collaborate?
S Gronum, ML Verreynne
Swinburne University of Technology, 2011
How much innovation is enough? The case of Australian small firms
S Gronum, ML Verreynne
Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: 8th International …, 2011
Planning for a shared vision of a sustainable future
MK Linnenluecke, ML Verreynne, R de Villiers Scheepers, S Gronum, ...
Network for Business Sustainability in South Africa, 2014
Horticulture innovation Australia, final report: Transformational innovation performance analysis
D Hine, ML Verreynne, J Steen, S Gronum
Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited, 2015
Not just networks and open innovation: the role of innovation breadth in unlocking SME performance
S Gronum, ML Verreynne
ACE research vignette 011: how much innovation is enough?
ML Verreynne, S Gronum
Queensland University of Technology, 2012
ACE research vignette 014: how does networking contribute to the bottom line?-The value of purpose-driven networking
ML Verreynne, S Gronum, T Kastelle
Exploring the diminishing returns of innovation breadth on small firm performance: mediating and moderating mechanisms
S Gronum, ML Verreynne
Convergence in the theory of small firm performance? A meta analysis
S Gronum, ML Verreynne
Auckland University of Technology, 2011
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