Dr Lisa Jane Callagher

PhD in Management, Cert. in University Teaching and Learning, MCom in Management and Employment Relations and BA in Employment Relations and Anthropology.

Biography

Currently Lisa is a Senior Lecturer in the Management and International Business Department contributing to the design and delivery of innovation and entrepreneurship courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Lisa teaches and supervises in the organisation and management of innovation. In particular, the role of learning and knowledge processes for innovation for cooperative and collaborative business models and ownership structures. Her research draws on a range of theoretical perspectives to explore how individuals adapt practices across varying geographical and epistemic locations for innovation purposes and the implications of this for organisational processes.

Research | Current

  • Innovation strategies and processes in entrepreneurial (new generation) producer cooperatives (with Drs Frank Siedlok and Vareska van de Vrande. FDRF funded and IceHouse/UABS funded)
  • Dual allegience and project alliancing in professional service firms (with Dr Peter Smith)
  • Meta-Analyses of innovation-performance (with Dr Peter Smith and Ms Summer Wu) and biotech firm performance factors (with Dr Peter Smith and Prof Marc Orlitzky)

 

Teaching | Current

Teaching weeks in Semester 2, 2017: Fridays 12.30-1.30pm in 260.439

2017  INNOVENT 307  Ecosystems for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2017  SCIENT 705        Research Commercialisation

2016

INNOVENT 302

Innovation Management

2015

INNOVENT 302

Innovation Management

2015

BUSMGT722

Innovation and Value Creation (Q2 and Q4)

2014

INNOVENT 201

Understanding Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2014

INNOVENT 302

Innovation Management

2014

SCIENT 705

Research Commercialisation

2014

BUSMGMT 722

Innovation and Value Creation

2013

BUSINESS 102

Business and Enterprise II

2013

INNOVENT 201

Understanding Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2013

INNOVENT 302

Innovation Management

2013

SCIENT 705

Research Commercialisation

2012

BUSINESS 102

Business and Enterprise II

2012

INNOVENT 201

Understanding Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2012

COMENT703

Commercialisation of Science and Technology

2012

SCIENT 705

Research Commercialisation

2011

BUSINESS 102

Business and Enterprise II

2012

BUSINESS 101

Business and Enterprise I

2011

MGMT 723

Advanced Professional Development

2010

BUSINESS.191

Introduction to Business

2010

BUSINESS.192

Business Management

2010

MGMT.723

Advanced Professional Development

2009

BUSINESS 192

Business Management

2009

MGMT 314

Contemporary Issues in Organisations

2008

BUSINESS 192

Business Management

2007

BUSINESS 192

Business Management

2006

BUSINESS 191

Introduction to Business

2006

BUSINESS 192

Business Management

2005

MGMT.191

Introduction to Business

2005

MGMT.192

Business Management

2005

MGMT.293

Industrial Relations and Workplace Change

2004

MGMT.191

Introduction to Business

2004

MGMT.192

Business Management

2004

MGMT.293

Industrial Relations and Workplace change

2003

MGMT.191

Introduction to Business

2003

MGMT.192

Business Management

2002

MGMT.101

Introduction to Management

 

Postgraduate supervision

Dana Cumin (currently) PhD (Full-Time) How to manage dual allegiance for innovation (jointly supervised with Professor Kenneth Husted)

Sandanee Samarakoon (currently) Master of Bioscience Thesis Cross-disciplinary research and university commercialization orientation (co-supervised with Dr Frank Siedlok)

Chao (Robert) Luo (2015) Master of Commerce Thesis  Ownership structure and innovation: How do the ownership advantages of family owned firms and patron-owned cooperatives work together?

Ameya Kulkarni (2015) Master of Bioscience Thesis Business Model Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Nitish Anand (2014) Master of Bioscience Thesis Commercialisation strategies in the digital healthcare industry

Shannon Fraser (2014) Master of Bioscience Thesis A Cross-Country Comparison of Government Initiatives supporting Technology Transfer

Tennille Stone (2014) Master of Bioscience Reducing uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity in concept selection during the Front End of the Innovation Process in forensics technology

Shelley Yang (2014) Master of Bioscience Thesis Commercialising polyphenol rich extracts from fruit and vegetable by-product streams

Shanshan (Summer) Wu (2013) Master Of Commerce Thesis Innovation types and firm performance: A meta-analysis

Jatin Patel (2013) Master Of Bioscience Thesis Exploring the technology out-licensing options for New Zealand start-ups: A case study of Footfalls and Heartbeats

Akansha Singh (2012) Master Of Bioscience Thesis Natural Health Products Bill: A Qualitative Study of Industry Perceptions and Implications

Saskia Ruscoe (2012) Bachelor Of Commerce Honours Dissertation The Role of Governments in Developing Venture Capital Markets (co-supervised with Dr Peter Smith)

Danica D'costa (2011) Master Of Bioscience Thesis Preliminary Assessment of a New Medical Device Idea: A case study evaluation of the IP and Reimbursement options for the Intra-Cranial Pressure (ICP) device concept

Dil Singh (2011) Master Of Bioscience Thesis Commercialisation Outcomes of Government Pre Seed Funded Life Science Technology in New Zealand

Sangeetha Peryisama (2011) Master of International Business Project The small investor’s perspectives about online investing through crowd funding

Xinlei Huang (2010) Master Of Commerce Thesis Alliance Types and performance of the Biotech Industry – A meta-analysis (co-supervised with Dr Peter Smith)

Jonathon Lazarus (2010) Bachelor Of Commerce Honours Dissertation Transdisciplinarity of Rural Primary Healthcare Delivery (co-supervised with Professor Kenneth Husted)

Emma Gordon (2010) Bachelor Of Commerce Honours Dissertation Remuneration practices for open innovation

Thereza Esera (2010) Bachelor Of Commerce Honours Dissertation HRM practices and individual knowledge hoarding

Distinctions/Honours

  • 2015 IceHouse/University of Auckland Research Grant: Producer Cooperatives and NZ's Economic Growth
  • 2014 University of Auckland Business School Teaching Excellence Award - Collaboration in Teaching
  • 2007 Centre for Academic Development E-Learning Project
  • 2007 University of Auckland Teaching Improvement Grant
  • 2005 University of Auckland Excellence in Teaching Innovation
  • 2003 University of Auckland Teaching Improvement Grant

Responsibilities

Management and International Business Department Research Seminar Coordinator 2012-2015

Management and International Business Department Research Research Committee Member 2015-2015

 

 

 

Areas of expertise

Organisation and Management of Innovation

Innovation and the cooperative business model

Systems of Innovation (National Innovation System, Triple Helix, Mode1-Mode2, Ecosystems)

Undergraduate Cirriculum Design and Delivery, particularly in the subject of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Introductory Business and Management.

Committees/Professional groups/Services

  • 2012 Co-convenor of the Theories of Practice in Commerce stream, EURAM, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • 2012 Department Research Committee member
  • 2011 Co-convenor of the Theories of Practice in Commerce (ToPiC) Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 2011 Department seminar Co-ordinator
  • 2011 Department Research Committee member

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Callagher, L. J., & Smith, P. (2017). Innovation awards: Reward, recognition, and ritual. International Journal of Innovation Management, 21 (5)10.1142/S1363919617400060
  • Callagher, L. J. (2015). Rescuing Red Meat: An Industry Adrift. University of Auckland Business Review, 18 (1 (Spring)), 39-47. Related URL.
  • Callagher, L. J., Hibbert, P., Kim, H. S., Siedlok, F., & Windahl, C. (2015). (Engaging or avoiding) Responsibility through Reflexive Practices. Paper presented at European Group for Organizational Studies: 31st EGOS colloquium :Organizations and the Examined Life: Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility, Athens, Greece. 2 July - 4 July 2015. Related URL.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/26762
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Frank Siedlok, Charlotta Windahl
  • Callagher, L. J., Hibbert, P., Kim, H. S., Siedlok, F., & Windahl, C. (2015). Reflexive Practices and Competences for Addressing Change. Paper presented at 7th International Process Symposium, Kos, Greece. 24 June - 27 June 2015. Skillful Performance: Enacting Expertise, Competence, and Capabilities in Organizations. Related URL.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/26761
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Frank Siedlok, Charlotta Windahl
  • Callagher, L. J., Horst, M., & Husted, H. (2015). Exploring societal responses towards managerial prerogative in entrepreneurial universities. International Journal of Learning and Change, 8 (1), 64-82. 10.1504/IJLC.2015.069074
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/26069
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Kenneth Husted
  • 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, 4 (3), 367-391. 10.1108/JEPP-08-2014-0032
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/33917
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Peter Smith
  • Smith, P., Callagher, L. J., & Huang, X. L. (2014). Alliance scope and firm performance in the biotechnology industry. International Journal of Innovation Management, 18 (03)10.1142/S1363919614400088
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Peter Smith
  • Callagher, L. J., & Karlson, B. (2013). Social capital-triple helix co-evolution: Learning from an emerging example. Paper presented at 6th ISPIM Innovation Symposium, Melbourne, Australia. 9 December - 11 December 2013. Innovation in the Asian Century.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/21704
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Brian Karlson

Contact details

Primary location

OWEN G GLENN BUILDING - Bldg 260
Level 4, Room 439
12 GRAFTON RD
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand