Vanevenhoven, Jeff

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Management
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5465
Office Location
HH 4501

Select Publications:

 

Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Gosenpud, J., Vanevenhoven, J. 2011 Using Tools from Strategic Management to Help Microentrepreneurs in Developing Countries Adapt to a Dynamic and Changing Business Environment. Journal of Applied Business Research 27 8 N/A
Vanevenhoven, J., Winkel, D., Dougan, W., Malewicki, D., & Bronson, J. 2011 Varieties of Bricolage and the Process of Entrepreneurship. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship 14 2 53-66
Wagner, R. J., Vanevenhoven, J., Bronson, J. W. 2010 A Top Ten List for Successful Online Courses. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching 6 2 N/A

Highly Commended Paper
2016
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research
FINALIST Model Undergraduate Program
June 2016
International Council for Small Business Global Awards in Entrepreneurship Education Excellence
FINALIST / RUNNER UP Model Undergraduate Program
January 2016
US Associaton for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Hermsen Teaching Award 08-09 nominee
May 2010
Management Department
Hermsen Teaching Award 08-09
May 2009
CoBE

Ph.D.
Strategic Management
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
2008
M.S. in Management
Business
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
2001
Anthropology
Archaeology
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
1994

Certified GrowthWheel Coach
GrowthWheel International
January 2013

Wisconsin Business Incubation Association
October 2011 - Current
US Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
January 2011 - Current
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
October 2008 - Current
Academy of Management
August 2004 - Current

Entrepreneurship in Transitional Times. Issues & Challenges.
D.E. Winkel
Examining the tools of entrepreneurship education: Is it time for a change?
D. Winkel, W. Drago, C. Clements
An organizing framework for entrepreneurial intentions research: An integration and extension of dominant intent-based models using social cognitive career theory
D. E. Winkel, K. Ehrhardt
Business Communication in the Workplace: Feedback from Employer Focus Groups
L. Waldman, J.C. Smith
Entrepreneurial Research to Research Entrepreneurship: A Case Study in Collaborative Research Design
S. Rushworth, D. Winkel
Institutional context and entrepreneurial motivation
A. Alshwer, D. E. Winkel
Executives' Strategy Formation Practices in Seven Countries: Developing and Comparing Empirical Taxonomies of the Strategy Process
R. I. Priem, T. Lau, B. Magnanelli, P. Gibbons, D. Lewis, K. Chan, C. Tantalo, W. Williams, L. Reid
Institutional context and entrepreneurial motivation: Evidence from panel data
Alshwer, A.; Winkel, D.; Vanevenhoven, J
A global perspective of entrepreneurship education
Winkel, D.E., Vanevenhoven, J
Executives’ Strategy Formation Practices in Seven Countries: Developing and Comparing Empirical Taxonomies of the Strategy Process
Priem, R.L., Vanevenhoven, J., Lau, T., Magnanelli, B., Gibbons, P., Lewis, D., Chan, K., Tantalo, C., Williams, W., Reid, L.
Appropriateness for Curriculum Changes in Business Communication.
Waldman, L., Vanevenhoven, J
PRME Time for Travel Study
Reid, L.; Vanevenhoven J.; Smith, H
discussant and facilitator of "A Configurational Approach to Institutions: Performance Consequences of Family Businesses"
discussant and facilitator of "Collective reputation and reputation building in family firm IPOs"
discussant and facilitator of "Private Equity and Family Business - can investors add to the success of former family firms? "
discussant and facilitator of "The effect of family relationships in entrepreneurial teams "
Uncertainty Sources Perceived by Executives in the U.S., Taiwan and Mexico: Building Context Theory
Vanevenhoven, J.; Priem, R.L
Executives’ Strategy Formation Practices in Seven Countries: Developing and Comparing Empirical Taxonomies of the Strategy Process
Priem, R.L., Vanevenhoven, J., Lau, T., Magnanelli, B., Gibbons, P., Lewis, D., Chan, K., Tantalo, C., Williams, W., Reid, L.

The Invisible Hand in Entrepreneurial Process: Bricolage in Emerging Economies
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
Iss. Special issue
Uncertainty Sources Perceived by Executives in the U.S., Taiwan and Mexico: Building Context Theory
Journal of International Business Studies
An Organizing Framework for Entrepreneurial Intentions Research: An Integration and Extension of Intention Models”
Journal of Business Venturing
Educating Women Entrepreneurs: Past, Present and Future Perspectives: an Introduction
Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education
Iss. 1-2
Executives’ Strategy Formation Practices in Seven Countries: Developing and Comparing Empirical Taxonomies of the Strategy Process
Journal of International Business Studies
Applying Entrepreneurial Action to Explore Entrepreneurship Pedagogy: The Entrepreneurship Education Project
Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship
Vol. 27 Iss. 2 Pg. 1-18
Entrepreneurial education: a global perspective in Entrepreneurial Learning: The Development of New Perspectives in Research, Education and Practice
Routledge
Entrepreneurship education: a need for reflection, real-world experience and action
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research
Vol. 21 Iss. 5 Pg. 690-708
Faculty Transitions In Online Delivery: Make Or Buy? Tips For Developing A ‘New To You’ Online Course
Journal of College Teaching & Learning
Vol. 11 Iss. 1 Pg. 45-52
Advances and Challenges in Entrepreneurship Education
Journal of Small Business Management
Vol. 51 Iss. 3 Pg. 466-470
Entrepreneurship Education in China: A Sleeping Dragon No More
American Journal of Entrepreneurship
Software Firm Turnarounds in the 1990s: An Analysis of Reversing Decline in a Growing, Dynamic Industry
Strategic Management Journal
The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education: Introducing the Entrepreneurship Education Project
Journal of Small Business Management
Vol. 51 Iss. 3 Pg. 315-328
The Invisible Hand in Entrepreneurial Process: Bricolage in Emerging Economies
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
The Structure and Scope of Entrepreneurship Programs in Higher Education Around the World
Journal of Entrepreneurship Education
Vol. 16
Corporate Social Responsibility and SME's Competitiveness
International Journal of Management Technology
Vol. 58 Iss. 1/2
Educating Women Entrepreneurs: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives: An Introduction
Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education
Vol. 1/2
How to get in the "first pile"
American Journal of Business Education
Vol. 4 Iss. 8
Professionalism in the Age of Social Media
Wisconsin Business Education Journal
Vol. 59 Iss. 1
Using Tools from Strategic Management to Help Microentrepreneurs in Developing Countries Adapt to a Dynamic and Changing Business Environment
Journal of Applied Business Research
Vol. 27 Iss. 5
Varieties of Bricolage and the Process of Entrepreneurship
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship
Vol. 14 Iss. 2
A Top Ten List for Successful Online Courses
MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching
Vol. 6 Iss. 2 Pg. 4
Non-Traditional HR Students and an HR Certificate Program
Western Journal of Human Resource Management
Vol. 18 Iss. 2 Pg. 3

Iona College
Entrepreneurship Program Consultant (academic, outreach, co-curricular best practices)
Burgundy School of Business
Groupe Esc Dijon Bourgogne
Guest lecturer (entrepreneurship),
MFU
Chang Rei
• Business Incubation Consultant (incubation best practices and exploration of alliance between MFU and the community
Wisconsin in Scotland
Dalkeith, Scotland
Invited Visiting Scholar/Faculty Member (entrepreneurship, international business) teaching eight weeks
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Wales
Invited Presenter/US Expert (“Entrepreneurship Practice into Policy: A Global Summit of Entrepreneurial Educators”),

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