Much of my research revolves around professional service firms—lawyers, accountants, and engineers—and the way the do strategy. In particular I use theories-of-practice to understand issues of strategizing including strategy making, internationalisation, and innovation.
Articles and Book Chapters
- Smith, P., Callagher, L. J., Crewe-Brown, J., & Siedlok, F. (2018). Zones of participation (and non-participation) in open strategy: Desirable, actual and undesirable. M@n@gement, 21(1), 646–666. Abstract ⁃ PDF
- Smith, P. (2015). Advancing software engineering: Technology roadmapping in Management 716, Computer Science 704 and Software Engineering 711. In Reflections on rethinking the classroom: Interactive teaching and learning (pp. 24–28). Auckland: The University of Auckland. Abstract
- Callagher, L. J., Smith, P., & Ruscoe, S. (2015). Government roles in venture capital development: A review of current literature. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy. Abstract ⁃ PDF
- Breidbach, C. F., Smith, P., & Callagher, L. J. (2013). Advancing innovation in professional service firms: Insights from the service-dominant logic. Service Science, 5(3), 263–275. Abstract ⁃ PDF
- Smith, P., Callagher, L. J., & Siedlok, F. (2015). Risk and innovation in projects: The case of alliancing. Paper presented at In ISPIM Innovation Summit: Changing the innovation landscape. Brisbane, AU. Abstract ⁃ PDF