Dr. Oli R. Mihalache
Assistant Professor of Strategic Management
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic BackgroundBComm (University of Toronto, Canada), MPhil (Erasmus University, The Netherlands), PhD (Erasmus University, The Netherlands)
- Mihalache, M. & Mihalache, O.R. (forthcoming). “A decisional framework of offshoring: Integrating insights from 25 years of research to provide direction
for future." Decision Sciences.
Jansen, J.J.P., Kostopoulos, K., Mihalache, O.R., & Papalexandris, A. (forthcoming). “Team ambidexterity: A multilevel analysis of team processes and organizational influences”. Journal of Management Studies.
- Mihalache, M. & Mihalache, O.R. (forthcoming). “Ambidexterity and sustainable performance in the hospitality industry”. Annals of Tourism Research.
Volberda, H.W., Van Den Bosch, F., & Mihalache, O.R. 2014. “Advancing management innovation: Synthesizing processes, levels of analysis, and change agents”. Organization Studies, 35(9): 1245-1264.
Mihalache, O.R., Jansen, J.J.P., Van Den Bosch, F. & Volberda, H.W. 2014. “Top management team shared leadership and ambidexterity: A moderated mediation framework”. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 8(2): 128-148.
Mihalache, O.R., Jansen, J.J.P., Van Den Bosch, F & Volberda, H.W. 2012. “Offshoring and firm innovation: The moderating role of top management team attributes”. Strategic Management Journal, 33(12): 1480–1498.
Mihalache, R.O., Mihalache, M. & Janssen, J.J.P. (2011). Offshoring knowledge vs. labor intensive services and entrepreneurial activity: A contingency perspective. In A. Verbeke, R. van Tulder & A.T. Tavares (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in the Global Firm. Progress in International Business Research (vol 6).
Gustavson School of Business Award for the Best Qualitative Paper in International Business Award at AOM (2015) - for the study: “Understanding and developing offshoring capability: Evidence from the Dutch IT industry”
European Academy of Management Best Paper in Strategy (2015)
Best Dissertation Award from the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (2013)