Paul Hughes
Paul Hughes
Lancaster University Management School
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Exploitative Learning and Entrepreneurial Orientation Alignment in Emerging Young Firms: Implications for Market and Response Performance*
M Hughes, P Hughes, RE Morgan
British Journal of Management 18 (4), 359-375, 2007
Digital transformation of industrial businesses: A dynamic capability approach
S Ghosh, M Hughes, I Hodgkinson, P Hughes
Technovation 113, 102414, 2022
Social Capital and Learning Advantages: A Problem of Absorptive Capacity
M Hughes, RE Morgan, RD Ireland, P Hughes
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 8 (3), 214-233, 2014
Leveraging of Dynamic export capabilities for competitive advantage and performance consequences: Evidence from China
K Efrat, P Hughes, E Nemkova, AL Souchon, J Sy-Changco
Journal of Business Research 84, 114-124, 2018
Short‐term versus Long‐term Impact of Managers: Evidence from the Football Industry
M Hughes, P Hughes, K Mellahi, C Guermat
British Journal of Management 21 (2), 571-589, 2010
Explaining the entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship in emerging economies: The intermediate roles of absorptive capacity and improvisation
P Hughes, IR Hodgkinson, M Hughes, D Arshad
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 35 (4), 1025-1053, 2018
Fitting strategic resources with product-market strategy: Performance implications
P Hughes, RE Morgan
Journal of Business Research 61 (4), 323-331, 2008
Export decision-making orientation: an exploratory study
E Nemkova, AL Souchon, P Hughes
International Marketing Review 29 (4), 349-378, 2012
Strategic entrepreneurship behaviour and the innovation ambidexterity of young technology-based firms in incubators
M Hughes, P Hughes, RE Morgan, IR Hodgkinson, Y Lee
International Small Business Journal 39 (3), 202-227, 2021
A resource-advantage perspective of product–market strategy performance & strategic capital in high technology firms
P Hughes, RE Morgan
Industrial Marketing Management 36 (4), 503-517, 2007
The role of marketing resources in radical innovation activity: antecedents and payoffs
K Kyriakopoulos, M Hughes, P Hughes
Journal of Product Innovation Management 33 (4), 398-417, 2016
Salesperson improvisation: Antecedents, performance outcomes, and boundary conditions
AY Banin, N Boso, M Hultman, AL Souchon, P Hughes, E Nemkova
Industrial Marketing Management 59, 120-130, 2016
Does improvisation help or hinder planning in determining export success? Decision theory applied to exporting
E Nemkova, AL Souchon, P Hughes, M Micevski
Journal of International Marketing 23 (3), 41-65, 2015
Market knowledge diffusion and business performance
P Hughes, RE Morgan, Y Kouropalatis
European Journal of Marketing 42 (11/12), 1372-1395, 2008
y Kouropalatis, Y.(2008). Market knowledge diffusion and business performance
P Hughes, RE Morgan
European Journal of Marketing 42 (11/12), 1372-1395, 0
A diagnostic tool to determine a strategic improvisation readiness index score (IRIS) to survive, adapt, and thrive in a crisis
P Hughes, RE Morgan, I Hodgkinson, Y Kouropalatis, A Lindgreen
Industrial Marketing Management 88, 485-499, 2020
The relevance of slack resource availability and networking effectiveness for entrepreneurial orientation
M Hughes, F Eggers, S Kraus, P Hughes
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 26 (1), 116-138, 2015
Pursuing “flexible commitment” as strategic ambidexterity: An empirical justification in high technology firms
Y Kouropalatis, P Hughes, RE Morgan
European Journal of Marketing 46 (10), 1389-1417, 2012
Strategy development: Driving improvisation in Malaysia
IR Hodgkinson, P Hughes, D Arshad
Journal of World Business 51 (3), 379-390, 2016
Micro-foundations of organizational ambidexterity in the context of cross-border mergers and acquisitions
P Hughes, M Hughes, P Stokes, H Lee, P Rodgers, WY Degbey
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 153, 119932, 2020
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