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Portrait of Dr Aneesh Banerjee

Dr Aneesh Banerjee

Lecturer

Faculty of Management

Contact

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Postal Address

Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
London
EC1Y 8TZ
United Kingdom

Overview

Aneesh studies technological innovation in firms. His research aims to understand how firms filter through various alternatives before choosing to commit resources and capabilities towards an opportunity. He argues that firm performance is not just a matter of availability of resources and capabilities, but it is also influenced by decision makers’ allocation of these resources towards various tasks based on how their attention is focused on some opportunities more than others.

Before joining Cass, Aneesh worked for a number of years with leading firms in the software industry. He has widely consulted and lectured at various industry and academic forums on innovation management, Software as a Service (SaaS), distributed product development, outsourcing and offshoring strategies and business environment in India.

Key words: Software industry, diffusion of technology, firm capabilities, technological innovation, product development

Expertise

Primary Topics

  • E-Business
  • Information Management
  • Innovation & Creativity
  • International Business
  • Knowledge Management
  • Strategic Information Systems
  • Technology Management

Industries/Professions

  • information technology
  • e-commerce
  • health care
  • software
  • electronics
  • computing
  • creative industries
  • internet
  • r&d organizations
  • management consulting
  • high technology
  • engineering

Chapter

  1. Banerjee, A. (2014). The roots of organizational ingenuity: How do qualitatively superior ideas come about? Handbook of Organizational and Entrepreneurial Ingenuity (pp. 15–33). ISBN 978-1-78254-904-8.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (4)

  1. Lampel, J., Ronen, D. and Banerjee, A. (2015). Resource Substitution and Strategic Factor Market Dynamics in the Scotch Whisky Industry. 75th Academy of Management Annual Meeting: Opening Governance 7-11 August, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  2. Banerjee, , Bhalla, A. and Lampel, J. (2014). Choosing which battles to fight: An attention-based argument for the diffusion of a competitive action. 34th Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual International Conference 20-23 September, Madrid, Spain.
  3. Banerjee, A., Lampel, J. and Bhalla, A. (2014). The Evolution of Absorptive Capacity Routines in Corporate R&D Subsidiaries. 74th Academy of Management Annual Meeting 1-5 August, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  4. Banerjee, A., Lampel, J. and Bhalla, A. (2014). ""There's got to be a better way": Aspirations, constraints, and the discovery of new routines". 74th Academy of Management Annual Meeting 1-5 August, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Thesis/Dissertation

  1. Banerjee, How to choose what to do? Essays on adoption of organisational routines. (PhD Thesis)

Collaborations (Industrial) (2)

  1. of Institute For Family Business project
  2. of Employee Onwership Association project

Editorial Activities (3)

  1. European Management Review, Referee, 2017 – present.
  2. California Management Review, Referee, 2017 – present.
  3. Track chair - Cultural and Creative Industries at British Academy of Management, Track chair - Cultural and Creative Industries at BAM, 2017 – present.

Events/Conferences (4)

  1. Academy of management conference. (Conference) Vancouver, Canada (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Resource heterogeneity and strategic factor market dynamics in the Scotch whisky industry
    Author: Lampel J
    Co-authors: Ronen D, Banerjee A
  2. Strategic Management Society Conference. (Conference) Madrid, Spain (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Choosing which battles to fight: An attention-based argument for the diffusion of a competitive action
    Author: Banerjee A
    Co-authors: Lampel J, Bhalla A
  3. Academy of management conference. (Conference) Philadelphia, USA (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Innovation strategy and absorptive capacity routines in corporate R&D subsidiaries
    Author: Banerjee A
    Co-authors: Lampel J, Bhalla A
  4. Academy of management conference. (Conference) Philadelphia (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: There’s got to be a better way”: Aspirations, constraints, and the discovery of new routines
    Author: Banerjee A
    Co-authors: Lampel J, Bhalla A