Dr. M. (Murat) Tarakci
Murat Tarakci is an Associate Professor of Innovation Management at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He obtained his PhD degree from Erasmus School of Economics in 2013. Murat's research aims at creating more innovative organizations, and takes a behavioral approach. He integrates micro and macro perspectives and uses multiple methods. In particular, he examines what motivates managers’ search for new strategic initiatives, and how managerial power and leadership affect generating novel ideas. His research has been published or accepted for publication in Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management Stuies, and Journal of Operations Management. Murat's research has also been featured in popular media outlets including Financial Times and Harvard Business Review. He is currently serving as the academic director of MSc in Management of Innovation. Murat regularly collaborates with several multinational corporations.
M. Tarakci, N.Y. Ates, S. Floyd, Y. Ahn & B. Wooldridge (2018). Performance Feedback and Middle Managers’ Divergent Strategic Behavior: The Roles of Social Comparisons and Organizational Identification. Strategic Management Journal, 39 (4), 1139-1162. doi: 10.1002/smj.2745[go to publisher's site]
J.P. Porck, D.L. van Knippenberg, M. Tarakci, N.Y. Ates, P.J.F. Groenen & M. de Haas (2018). Do Group and Organizational Identification Help or Hurt Intergroup Strategic Consensus? Journal of Management, Accepted.
T.H. van Balen, M. Tarakci & A. Sood (2018). Do disruptive visions pay off? The impact of disruptive entrepreneurial visions on venture funding. Journal of Management Studies, Accepted. doi: 10.1111/joms.12390
F.J. Sting, M. Stevens & M. Tarakci (2018). Temporary De-Embedding Buyer-Supplier Relationships: A Complexity Perspective. Journal of Operations Management, Accepted.[go to publisher's site]
M. Tarakci, L.L. Greer & P.J.F. Groenen (2016). When does power disparity help or hurt group performance? Journal of Applied Psychology, 101 (3), 415-429. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000056
M. Tarakci, N.Y. Ates, J.P. Porck, D. van Knippenberg, P.J.F. Groenen & M. de Haas (2014). Strategic Consensus Mapping: A New Method for Testing and Visualizing Strategic Consensus Within and Between Teams. Strategic Management Journal, 35 (7), 1053-1069. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/smj.2151[go to publisher's site]
N.Y. Ates, M. Tarakci, Y. Ahn, S. Floyd & B. Wooldridge (2017). A Psychological Perspective on Middle Managers’ Strategic Championing Behavior. In Handbook of Middle Management Strategy Process Research. Northampton: Edward Elgar
M. Tarakci (2013, maart 15). Behavioral strategy: strategic consensus, power and networks. Erasmus University Rotterdam (165 pag.) (Rotterdam: Erasmus Research Institute of Management (PhD Serie 280)) Prom./coprom.: Prof.Dr. D. van Knippenberg & prof.dr. P.J.F. Groenen.
Professional Publications (4)
M. Tarakci (2016). Are leaders needed to improve team performance? RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 28 (4), 14-15.
M. Tarakci, L.L. Greer & P.J.F. Groenen (2015, oktober 18). Why aspiring leaders should cultivate skill over charm. Financial Times
M. Tarakci, L.L. Greer & P.J.F. Groenen (2015). “Leadership Qualities” vs. Competence: Which Matters More? (blog). Harvard Business Review.
M. Tarakci (2014). Mapping strategic consensus within and between teams. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 19 (3), 16-17.
PhD Tracks (2)
- Role: Daily Supervisor
- PhD Candidate: Timo van Balen
- Time frame: 2014 -
- Role: Daily Supervisor
- PhD Candidate: Jun Xiao
- Time frame: 2015 -
Editorial positions (2)
Journal of Management Studies
Small Group Research
Ad Hoc Reviewer
- Innovation Management: Research on Organizing in a Context of Uncertainty (2017/2018, 2016/2017)
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