Building the Human Capital of Knowledge Intensive Firms: The Case of Biotechnology Start-ups
This paper examines the building of the human capital in biotechnology start-ups using a multi-method case study approach.
||Biotechnology, Start-Ups, Human Capital, Employment Systems, Mental Models, Bio-Entrepreneurship
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.139-148.
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Dr. Marcus Ho is a senior lecturer at the Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand. He teaches entrepreneurship and HRM at undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA levels. He has a strong background in organisational psychology and human resource management having worked as a psychologist and HR consultant for both private and public organisations. Marcus' research interests include entrepreneurial cognition and high technology start-ups. His current research involves looking at biotechnology founders and their organisational building activities
Professor Marie Wilson is Head of the Department of Management at the University of Auckland Business School. She teaches courses in organizational behaviour and entrepreneurial leadership in the Auckland MBA. Her research specialisations are in human performance, decision-making and the human side of entrepreneurship and economic development.
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