||Joanne Scillitoe, Ph.D.|
Department: Management Science Studies
Rank: Associate Professor
Primary Domain of Expertise: Management
Education: Ph.D. - Rutgers University
Member of NYIT since: 2010
Administrative Title: Director - Entrepreneurship Academy
Representative Intellectual Contributions:
Scillitoe, J. L. (2013) "The role of alumni attachment in the university technology transfer process;" proceedings from the Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET) Conference; Jul 28 - August 1, 2013; San Jose, California.
Scillitoe, J. L. (2012) Technology S-Curve; Encyclopedia of Management Theory, Sage Publications (in press).
Saparito, P., Scillitoe, J. L. (2011) "The behaviorial origins of interorganizational cooperative relationships;" 48th Eastern Academy of Management Conference; Strategy Talk; Boston, MA.
Gopalakrishnan, S., Kessler, E. and Scillitoe, J.L. (2010) "Managing the innovation process-past, present, and future;" Organization Management Journal 7:262-277.
Scillitoe, J. L. and Chakrabarti, A.K. (2010) "The role of incubator interactions in assisting new ventures;" Technovations 30:155-167.
Harms, R. and Scillitoe, J. L. (2010) "Venture growth – new findings from a multilevel perspective;" International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing 1(3):221-226.
Scillitoe, J. L. and Gopalakrishnan, S. M. (2009) "Geographic and social contexts on alliance governance choice within biotech-pharmaceutical firm alliances;" Academy of Management Annual Conference, Business Policy and Strategy Division; Chicago, IL.
Dunne, D. D., Gopalakrishnan, S. and Scillitoe, J. L. (2009) "An empirical study of the impact of firm resources on alliance governance structures;" Journal of Engineering Technology Management 26(3):181-195.
Scillitoe, J. L. and Chakrabarti, A.K. (2009) "A conceptual model of the incubation of new technology-based ventures: a social capital perspective;" Review of International Comparative Management 10(3):468-482.
Campus: Manhattan/Old Westbury
Office: 403 W. 61st Street 505/Wisser Library 337