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RESEARCH

My research focuses on the fact that we all see the world in different ways yet many of our organizational theory models fail to account for this reality. I call this viewpoint diversity. In my different projects, I explore how viewpoint diversity leads to important deviations in the way organizations learn, adapt, and capture value.

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  • Arrieta, J.P., Shrestha, Y.R. (2022). On the Strategic Value of Equifinal Choice, Journal of Organization Design, 11, 37-45. link

  • Chang, J. B., Kim, Y. H., Thompson, E., No, Y. H., Kim, N. H., Arrieta, J.P., ... & Berggren, K. K. (2016). The Orientations of Large Aspect‐Ratio Coiled‐Coil Proteins Attached to Gold Nanostructures. Small, 12(11), 1498-1505. link

  • Manfrinato, V. R., Wanger, D. D., Strasfeld, D. B., Han, H. S., Marsili, F., Arrieta, J. P., ... & Berggren, K. K. (2013). Controlled placement of colloidal quantum dots in sub-15 nm clusters. Nanotechnology, 24(12), 125302. link

MORE IS DIFFERENT: THE EFFECT OF PREFERENCE DIVERSITY ON EXPLORATION AND ADAPTATION

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Nominated for Best PhD paper prize at Strategic Management Society (SMS) Virtual Conference 2020
Presented at invited seminars at Aarhus University and the University of Southern Denmark in 2019 and at the Theoretical Organizational Models (TOM) Society 2018, Carnegie School of Organizational Learning (CSOL), AoM, and SMS in 2020

MANIPULATING ATTENTION PREDICTS PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES: EVIDENCE FROM THINK-ALOUD PROTOCOLS AND A BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENT - WITH DANIELLA LAUREIRO AND STEFANO BRUSONI

Under review after 4th R&R at Organization Science

IN SEARCH OF CONTRARIAN OPPORTUNITIES FROM THE MAJORITY'S BLIND SPOT - WITH CHENGWEI LIU

Revising 1st R&R at Strategic Management Journal

Nominated for Best PhD paper prize and Best methods prize at SMS Virtual 2020

Presented at Theoretical Organizational Models Society and Nagymaros Conferences 2020, AoM and DRUID 2021

ON THE STRATEGIC USE OF PRODUCT MODULARITY - WITH ROBERTO FONTANA AND STEFANO BRUSONI

Under review after 2nd R&R at Industrial and Corporate Change

Presented at Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Doctoral Consortium 2019 at KU Leuven

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

  • Efficient but Fickle: A Behavioral Experiment on the Routinization Process of Centaur (AI + Human) Organizations - with Chengwei Liu, Franziska Lauenstein, Markus Becker, and Pantelis Analytis - Data collection

  • Routines as Games: On How Goal-disagreement Affects Routine Formation - Data collection

  • Attention From the Bottom Down: Insights from Single-Celled Organisms on Self-Organization - Data Collection