Nigel Lockett
Nigel Lockett
Professor of Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde
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Potential of critical e-applications for engaging SMEs in e-business: a provider perspective
DH Brown, N Lockett
European Journal of Information Systems 13 (1), 21-34, 2004
2432004
Paving the way for CRM success: The mediating role of knowledge management and organizational commitment
A Garrido-Moreno, N Lockett, V García-Morales
Information & Management 51 (8), 1031-1042, 2014
1042014
Multiple perspectives on the challenges for knowledge transfer between higher education institutions and industry
N Lockett, R Kerr, S Robinson
International Small Business Journal 26 (6), 661-681, 2008
1032008
Exploring entrepreneurship
R Blundel, N Lockett, C Wang
Sage, 2017
792017
Shifting sands: Regional perspectives on the role of social capital in supporting open innovation through knowledge transfer and exchange with small and medium-sized enterprises
A Padilla-Meléndez, AR Del Aguila-Obra, N Lockett
International Small Business Journal 31 (3), 296-318, 2013
602013
Engaging SMEs in e-commerce: the role of intermediaries within eClusters
DH Brown, NJ Lockett
Electronic Markets 11 (1), 52-58, 2001
602001
Recognising “open innovation” in HEI‐industry interaction for knowledge transfer and exchange
S Robinson, N Lockett, L Johnston
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2010
562010
HEI engagement with SMEs: developing social capital
S Robinson, N Lockett, I Gordon, S Jack
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2010
552010
Exploring the role of knowledge management practices in fostering customer relationship management as a catalyst of marketing innovation
VB Vukšić, MP Bach, A Garrido-Moreno, N Lockett, V Garcia-Morales
Baltic Journal of Management, 2015
502015
Motivations and challenges of network formation: Entrepreneur and intermediary perspectives
N Lockett, S Jack, J Larty
International Small Business Journal 31 (8), 866-889, 2013
482013
The influence of co-location in higher education institutions on small firms’ perspectives of knowledge transfer
N Lockett, F Cave, R Kerr, S Robinson
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 21 (3), 265-283, 2009
472009
Supporting black businesses: narratives of support providers in London
S Robinson, N Lockett, S Nwankwo, J Akunuri, NO Madichie
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2010
442010
Aggregation and the role of trusted third parties in SME e-business engagement: A regional policy issue
N Lockett, DH Brown
International Small Business Journal 24 (4), 379-404, 2006
422006
The missing link: Creating value with social media use in hotels
A Garrido-Moreno, VJ García-Morales, N Lockett, S King
International Journal of Hospitality Management 75, 94-104, 2018
342018
Knowledge transfer: de‐constructing the entrepreneurial academic
S Robinson, N Lockett, A Bicknell, J Francis‐Smythe, J Arthur
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2010
322010
Building regions: a resource-based view of a policy-led knowledge exchange network
J Larty, S Jack, N Lockett
Regional Studies 51 (7), 994-1007, 2017
282017
The use of hosted enterprise applications by SMEs: a dual market and user perspective
N Lockett, DH Brown, L Kaewkitipong
Electronic Markets 16 (1), 85-96, 2006
282006
Social media use in European hotels: benefits and main challenges
A Garrido-Moreno, N Lockett
Tourism & Management Studies 12 (1), 172-179, 2016
272016
eClusters: the potential for the emergence of digital enterprise communities enabled by one or more intermediaries in SMEs
NJ Lockett, DH Brown
Knowledge and Process Management 7 (3), 196-206, 2000
262000
The emerging role of university spin-off companies in developing regional entrepreneurial university ecosystems: The case of Andalusia
E Fuster, A Padilla-Meléndez, N Lockett, AR del-Águila-Obra
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 141, 219-231, 2019
252019
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