Publications

SELECTED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

In development:

  • Open Innovation work from Stefanos Marangos thesis
  • Business Schools project (SMILE/dynamic capabilities)
  • Various works around entrepreneurship in Pakistan
  • A monograph on Digital Disruption in the Digital Economy
  • Entrepreneurial Emergence as a methodological framework: agency, structure, process and materiality (Ted Fuller)
  • New projects in New Zealand: Depleted communities; trust in early stage firms; business model formation in social enterprises; entrepreneurial leadership in food industries; identity issues in the pharmacy/optometry sectors

 

In press:

Revolution or Evolution?, A riff on recycling the Horatio Alger Myth (with Robert Smith), ENTER: Entrepreneurial Narrative, Theory, Ethnomethodology, and Reflexivity

Warren, L., & Marangos, S. (2017). A Mapping for Managers: Open Innovation for R&D Intensive SMEs in the life sciences sector. European Journal of Innovation Management.

 

 

In print (journals):

Muhammad, N., Ullah, F., & Warren, L. (2016). An institutional perspective on entrepreneurship in a conflict environment: Evidence from Pakistan. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research. 22(5), 698-717

Warren, L. (2016). Zeald: from start-up to maturity. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Oh, Ka Young, and Lorraine Warren. “A modified innovation model for e-trading systems in South Korean businesses.” Business Process Management Journal 21, no. 6 (2015): 1319-1336.

Warren, L., & Smith, R. (2015). Rule-breaking and legitimacy: a failure of artful navigation?. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 21(2), 243-262.

Kunz, V. D. and Warren, L. (2011), From Innovation to Market Entry: A Strategic Management Model for Emerging Technologies, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, Vol 23 No 4 pp 345-366

Anderson, A. R. and Warren, L. (2011) The entrepreneur as hero and jester: Enacting the entrepreneurial discourse, International Small Business Journal, 29(6) 589–609

Harris, L. J., Warren, L., Smith, K.J. and Carey, C. (2011), Privacy and Integrity in the Virtual Campus, International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education, Volume 1, Issue 3. 14 pages.

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. (2010), Capturing The Dynamics Of Co-Production And Collaboration In The Digital Economy, Leonardo Transactions (supported by EPSRC www.creatorproject.org, £6230), VOLUME 43, ISSUE 2, 2010

Fuller, T. and Warren, L., Thelwall, S., Alamdar, F. and D. Rae (2010), Rethinking Business Models As Value Creating Systems, Leonardo Transactions (supported by EPSRC www.creatorproject.org, £5700), VOLUME 43, ISSUE 1, 2010

Norman, S. J., Blackwell, A. F., Warren, L., Woolford, K. (2010), Gesture And Embodied Interaction: Capturing Motion/ Data/ Value, Leonardo Transactions, (supported by EPSRC www.creatorproject.org, £15,000), VOLUME 43, ISSUE 2, 2010

Marshall, J., Airantzis, D., Angus, A., Bryan-Kinns, N., Fencott,R., Lane, G., Lesage, F., Martin, K., Roussos, G., Taylor, J., Warren, L. and O. Woods (2010) Sensory Threads, Leonardo Transactions, (supported by EPSRC www.creatorproject.org, £20,200), VOLUME 43, ISSUE 2, 2010

Harris, L. Warren, L., Leah, J. and Ashleigh, M. (2010) Small Steps Across the Chasm: embedding a culture of Open Education in the University Sector, In Education 16 (1) http://www.ineducation.ca/article/small-steps-across-chasm-ideas-embedding-culture-open-education-university-sector

Warren, L., Kitagawa, F. And Eatough, M. (2010), Developing the Knowledge Economy through University Linkages: an Exploration of RDA Strategies through Case Studies of Two English Regions, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation   Volume 11, Number 4, , pp. 293-306(14)

Warren, L., Patton, D. A. and Bream, D. (2009), Knowledge acquisition processes during the incubation of new high technology firms, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal

Warren, L. and Smith, R. (2009) Fraternity, Legitimacy and (His)Story: The Collective Presentation of Entrepreneur Stories as Excess, Tamara, Vol 8, No 1

Warren, L. and Fuller, T., (2009)  Contrasting approaches to preparedness: A reflection on two case studies International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems 5/3, 60-71

Boocock, J. G., Frank, R. and Warren, L., (2009) Technology-based entrepreneurship education – Meeting policy, educational and business objectives, International Journal of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Vol 10, No 1, pp. 43-53

Warren, L., Patton, D. A. and Bream, D. (2009), Knowledge acquisition processes during the incubation of new high technology firms, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 481-495

Patton, D., Warren , L. and Bream, D., (2009) Intangible Elements That Underpin High-Tech Business Incubation Processes, Journal of Technology Transfer 34, 6  pp. 621-636

Down, S. and Warren, L. (2008) Constructing narratives on enterprise: clichés and entrepreneurial self-identity, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 14/1, pp 4-23

Fuller, T. and Warren, L (2008) Sustaining entrepreneurial business; a complexity perspective on processes that produce emergent practice, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Vol 4/1, pp1-17

Warren, L. (2007) The establishment strikes back? Takafumi Horie falls from grace, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 8/4, pp 261-270

Fuller, T. and Warren, L. (2006) Entrepreneurship as Foresight: A Complex Social Network Perspective on Organisational Foresight, Futures, 38/8, 956-971

Warren, L. (2006), Rethinking the mentoring process for women micro-entrepreneurs: A model for building supportive learning environments, International Journal for Innovation and Learning, (Selected for special issue from British Academy of Management conference, 2003) Volume 3, No 4, pp.387-402

Warren, L. (2005) Images of Entrepreneurship: Still Searching For the hero?, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, November, Vol. 6, Issue 4, pp. 221 – 229.

Warren, L. (2004) A systemic approach to entrepreneurial learning, L Warren, Systems Research and Behavioural Science, 21, pp 3 – 16

Warren, L. (2004), Negotiating entrepreneurial identity: communities of practice and changing discourses, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol 5, No 2, pp. 25 – 37

Warren, L. (2004), The Case of Airwave Sounds plc, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol 5, No 2, pp. 129 – 137

Warren, L. and Stephens, J. (2004) From Classroom to Community of Practice, International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, Vol 2, Issue 3, pp. 329 – 350

Warren, L (2003), Towards Critical Practice in SMEs, L Warren, Systems Practice and Action Research, Vol 16/3, pp. 197 – 212

Warren, L. (2003) The crisis of control: a progressive approach towards information systems integration for small companies, Information Systems and E-business Management Vol 1, Issue 4, December 2003 pp 353 — 371

Riyamy, R., Warren, L. and McElwee, G. (2002)  Opportunities and challenges facing Omani women entrepreneurs, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol 3, Issue 1, pp. 133-143

McElwee, G. and Warren, L. (2000), TQM and HRM in Growing Organisations, , Journal of Strategic Change, Vol. 9 No 7 pp. 427 – 435

Adman, P. and Warren, L. (2000) Participatory Socio-technical Design of Organizations and Information Systems – An Adaptation of ETHICS methodology, Journal of Information Technology, pp 39-51 March

Warren, L. and Adman, P. (1999), The Use of TSI in Designing a System for a University User Support Service, Information Systems Journal, 1999, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp.351 – 358

Warren, L. and Hutchinson, W. E. (1999), The Natural History of a Successful, Young, Small, High-Technology Company, Journal of Small Business Management, Global Perspectives, pp. 86-91

Warren, L. and Adman, P. (1999), The Use of Critical Systems Thinking in Designing a System for a University IS Support Service, Information Systems Journal, 1999, 9, pp. 223-242

Hitchin, L. and Warren, L. (1997), Dilemmas:  Micro-level analysis in Technological Systems Research, Systemica, Special Issue, Problems of Action and Observation, Ed. Prof. R Glanville and Prof. G De Zeeuw, Vol. 12, parts 1-6, 1997, pp 171-180 in print December 2000.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Warren, L., & Allen, P. (2017). Developing capacity for farm consultancy in New Zealand. In G. Manville, O. Matthias, & J. Campbell (Eds.) Management Consultancy Insights and Real Consultancy Projects.

Warren, L. (2016). Capacity building for entrepreneurship education and research in Peshawar: a personal reflection. In CC. Williams, & A. Gurtoo (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Entrepreneurship in Developing Economies (Routledge International Handbooks).

Book chapter for SEAANZ Research Book Series, 2015, SMEs in the Digital Economy:Surviving the Digital revolution (with Ted Fuller), New Business Models That Incorporate The Digital Economy, pp 174-191

Cases on Management and Organizational Behavior in an Arab Context (IGI Global), two chapters (2014):

MALAK Technologies Ltd.: A Case of Employee Retention and Talent Management (with Niveen Eid (Birzeit University, Palestine) AND A Case of Leadership Styles: The New Boss (with Musa Abu-Dieh and Ala’a Abu-Dieh)

Fuller, T., L. Warren, L.  (2011). Creative methodologies for understanding a creative industry. Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy: Process, Policy and Practice. C. Henry and A. deBruin, Edward Elgar.

Warren, L. (2011), Digital Skills for Digital Disruption and Value Creation, in Global Knowledge Work Diversity and Relational Perspectives, Eds. K Nicolopoulou , M Karatas-Özkan , A Tatli , J Taylor, Edward Elgar.

Warren, L. (2009) The university spin-out process: career transformation through the practice of entrepreneurial identity Volume VII of the New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium series Ed. Ray Oakey, Manchester Business School.

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. (2009), Contrasting approaches to preparedness:  A reflection on two case studies, in Enterprise Information Systems for Business Integration in SMEs: Technological, Organizational, and Social Dimensions, part of the Advances in Information Resources Management (AIRM) Book Series, Ed Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Polytechnic Institute of Cavado and Ave, Portugal.

Warren, L. and Anderson, A. R. (2009) Playing the fool? An aesthetic performance of an entrepreneurial identity, Chapter 9 in The politics and aesthetics of entrepreneurship, New Movements IV, eds Hjorth, D and Steyaert, C., 148-161, Edward Elgar

Fuller, T. and Warren, L. (2006) Complex explanations of order creation, emergence and sustainability as situated entrepreneurship, in Christensen, P.R. and Poulfelt, F. (eds), RENT XVIII Anthology 2005: Managing Complexity and Change in SMEs: Frontiers in European Research, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. pp. 136 – 155. WON BEST PAPER RENT 2004

Communities of Practice: Creating the Entrepreneurial University, September 2005 Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge Management, Idea Group

Deegan, M, Timbrell, N, Warren, L (1993). Hypermedia in the Humanities. CVCP/USDU., (ISBN: 1858890004)

Warren, L (2002), Systems Science and Cybernetics, in Encyclopedia of Living Systems Science F Parra Luna (Ed.),. UNESCO.

Warren, L (2000). Critical Thinking and Human Centred Methods in Information Systems. In Clarke, C and Lehaney, B (Eds.), Human Centred Methods n Information Systems (pp. 175-195) Idea Group

Warren L and Adman, P (1996). Computer Usage and the Law. In Mullings, C, Deegan, M, Ross, S, Kenna, S (Eds.), New Technologies for the Humanities (pp. 138-159). Bowker Saur., (ISBN: 1857391136)

Warren, L. and Adman, P. (1996). The Technical Background. In Mullings, C, Deegan, M. Ross, S, Kenna, S (Eds.), New Technologies for the Humanities (pp. 445-456). Bowker Saur., (ISBN: 1857391136)

 

CASE STUDIES

Warren, L. (2004), The Case of Airwave Sounds plc, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol 5, No 2, pp. 129 – 137

EBOOKS

Creative Methodologies for the Creative Industries by Lorraine Warren & Ted Fuller, http://diffusion.org.uk/?p=1679

PRACTITIONER PUBLICATIONS

Crowdfunding is a boost for science but it cannot replace core state investment, The Conversation, January 22, 2014

Crunch time for crowdfunders as regulation looms, The Conversation, October 30, 2013

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. (2010) Rethinking Business Models for the Creative Industries in the Digital Economy, Regions, 277, pp26-27

Warren, L. (2003) Supporting Knowledge Management through the Viable System Model, Systemist, Vol. 25 (SE), pp. 156-165. (Also co-editor this issue)

Warren, L. and Headlam-Wells, J. (2002) Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs: A BETter approach, Organisations and People, Vol 9/2, pp. 11-17

Warren, L. (2002) Towards Critical Practice in a Teaching Company Scheme, OR Insight, Vol 15/4, pp. 11 – 19

Ragsdell, G. and Warren, L. (1999) Learning from Beer: Using the Viable System Model for Organisational Design, OR Insight, Vol 12, Issue 4, October -December 1999, pp. 16-23

Warren, L., Ellis, K. and Adman, P. (1998) Reflections on Systems Thinking and Systems Practice, OR Insight, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 14-19

NEWS ARTICLES

Warren, L. (2013) http://theconversation.com/crunch-time-for-crowdfunders-as-regulation-looms-19630

Warren L. (2012) Time to put the digital natives in their place

http://www.kernelmag.com/comment/opinion/389/time-to-put-the-digital-natives-in-their-place/

Warren, L. Alamdar, F., Fuller, T. and Rae, D. (2009) i-Shed-A Creative Industries Case Study, Enterprising Matters

Warren, L. and Lane, G. (2009) Being Creative with Business in the UK Media Bulletin, Association of Business Schools No 22, July

Warren, L. (2008) Hitting moving targets, OnCourse

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. (2008) Creative industries in the Digital Economy: challenges, agility and new business models South East Leadership Academy Newsletter, Vol 1, Issue 7, September

Warren, L. Bridging the gap, (2006) Wake up to Enterprise, SEEDA, No 1

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

Since 2005 (only includes conferences where I presented a paper in person)

 

Two papers presented at SEAANZ 2015, 1-3 July, Melbourne:

  • Trust – the essential element of early stage entrepreneurship (co-author Melanie Ashleigh)
  • Digital Disruption And How New Business Models Emerge (co-author Ted Fuller)

How do Business Schools achieve their evolutionary fit? A dynamic capabilities approach, ANZAM, Sydney, 2014 Dec 1-3

Organising Committee, Strategic Partnership for Knowledge Exchange and Research on Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation in North West Pakistan, Dubai, March, 2014

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. Digital Disruption of the Value Creation Ecosystem– How new business models emerge, ISBE, Cardiff, 2013

Warren, L. and Nouman, M. An analysis of the marble mining industry in North-West Pakistan: towards a strategy for innovation, ISBE, Cardiff, 2013

Warren, L. Systemic approaches to innovation in the Digital Economy – emergence, ephemera, temporality, ontology, causality, All Hands Digital Economy Conference, Mediacity, Salford, UK

Warren, L., Marangos, S. and Thomas, S. R., Open Innovation: Barriers and Opportunities is the Pharmaceutical Industry, ISBE Cardiff, 2013

Warren, L., Nouman, M, The marble mining industry in NW Pakistan: an analysis of low-tech innovation in  a developing country, BAM, Liverpool, 2013

Warren, L., Culie, JD, Karjaleinen, HK, Loux, P, Business Schools as transformational institutions: developing dynamic capabilities for entrepreneurial impact, BAM, Liverpool, 2013

Laifi, A, and Warren, L. Power Gaps and Interdependencies in Business Model Activity Systems: The Case of Cyberlibris, ISBE 2012 Conference: Creating Opportunities through Innovation: Local Energy, Global Vision. 7th-8th November 2012, Croke Park Stadium, Dublin

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. Emergence in Entrepreneurial contexts: process and materiality, British Academy of Management  conference, Cardiff, September 2012.

Marangos, S., Warren, L. and Thomas, S, R, Open Innovation: Opportunities and Barriers, 2nd International Conference in Socially Responsible and Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Southampton, 24-25 October 2012 De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton, UK

Kunz, V. D and Warren, L. Change of paradigm? (2012) Reconsidering the technology feasibility point, 19th International Product Development Management Conference, Manchester Business School, June 17-19.

Nouman, M. and Warren, L. (2012) The Individual’s Influence on LT Innovation in Small Firms: Explicating Objects, Mechanisms and Causal Powers from the Perspective of Critical Realism, EURAM Conference, 6-8 June , Erasmus University, Rotterdam

1st INTERREG Conference in Caen, 1st International Conference in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and SMEs 3rd and 4th of November 2011 Ecole de Management de Normandie, Caen, France

  • Stefanos Marangos, Lorraine Warren and Stephen Rhys Thomas, open innovation: opportunities and barriers
  • Hana Jeza Alotaibi and Lorraine Warren, Strategic Planning: Practice Perspective On Strategic Initiatives

Muhammad Nouman and Lorraine Warren, Stephen Rhys Thomas, Synthesizing and Integrating Research on Low-Tech (LT) and Low- and Medium-Tech (LMT) Innovation: Towards the Future, IEEE Int’l Technology Management Conference, July, San Jose

L Warren and Ted Fuller, Realising The Value Spectrum: Creative Interdisciplinary Projects, Emerging Value Models, Barcelona, 6-9 June 2011, EAISM, 1st interdisciplinary conference on stakeholders, resources and value creation , IESE business school

L Warren and Fatima San Simao, Developing Creative Contexts: the challenge of articulating value, Barcelona, 5-6 May 2011, Creative Regions in Southern Europe: Challenges and Opportunities

Fuller, T.  Warren, L., P. Walland, et al. (2010). The emergence of an innovative disjuncture – anticipation of value, fluid business models and disruptive innovation, 33rd Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference. London, ISBE.

Nouman, M. and Warren, L. (2010) Low-Technology Innovations within Sectoral System: Reflections and Manifestations, British Academy of Management, Brighton, 2010

Nouman, M. and Warren, L. (2010) Is it paradox of sophism? Solving the ‘LT conundrum, ISBE, Sheffield 2010

Marangos, S., Warren, L. and Kitagawa, F. (2009), Networks and Spatiality of University Incubators: Global and local links amongst SETsquared Spin-out/-in firms at Universities of Bath, Bristol, Southampton and Surrey in England, EUNIP Workshop on the Role of Academic Research in Territorial Economic Development Processes, San Sebastian, Spain, 26-27 November

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. (2009), Creative Methodologies for the Creative Industries, ISBE, November, Liverpool [presenter: Ted Fuller] BEST PAPER IN TRACK

Warren, L. and Fuller, (2009) Methodological issues arising from research into the emergence of enterprise in the creative industries, Barriers to Environmental Sustainability, Faculty of Law Arts and Social Sciences seminar series, September, University of Southampton

Warren, L. and Fuller, (2009) Methodological issues arising from research into the emergence of enterprise in the creative industries, BAM, September, Brighton

Smith, R. and Warren, L. (2009) An Entrepreneurial Wide Boy: narrative, ante-narrative and a story of resistance and revival, BAM, September, Brighton

Harris, L. J., Warren, L., Leah, J. H. and Ashleigh, M. J. A. (2009), Small steps across the chasm: ideas for embedding a culture of open education in the university sector, OpenEd2009, August, Vancouver [presenter: Lisa Harris]

Carey, C., Harris, L.J., Smith, K. and Warren, L. (2009), Using Web 2.0 in education: privacy and integrity in the virtual campus, Network Ethics as a New Challenge for Higher Education, Part 3: Higher Education and Virtual Learning: Ethical Issues and Perspectives, August, Lisbon [presenter: Lisa Harris]

Warren, L. and Smith, R. (2009) The Social Construction of an Entrepreneurial Wide Boy: narrative, ante-narrative and a story of resistance, 20th sc’MOI conference, April 2-4 Orlando, Florida

Warren, L., Fuller, T., Lane, G., Bryan-Kinns, N., Roussos, G. and F. Lesage (2009) Ephemeral emergents and anticipation in online connected creativity, WebSci’09: Society On-Line, 18-20 March 2009, Athens, Greece

Warren, L. and Fuller, T. (2008) Methodological issues arising from research into the emergence of enterprise in the creative industries, Measuring and understanding the creative economy in the regions: methodological approaches and issues, Regional Studies Association, 24-25 September, School of Geography, University of Southampton

Eatough, M. and Warren, L. (2008), Developing the Knowledge Economy through University Linkages: an Exploration of RDA Strategies through two case studies, DIME workshop, September, Newcastle University Business School [co-presenter: Marc Eatough]

Fuller, T., Warren, L., Argyle, P. and Welter, F, (2008)A complexity perspective on entrepreneurship: a new methodology for research in high velocity environments, BAM, September, Harrogate

Warren, L. and Smith, R. (2008) Fraternity, Legitimacy and (His)Story: Deconstructing the Collective Presentation of Entrepreneur Stories as Excess, Excess of History, 19th sc’MOI conference, Mar 27-29, Philadelphia

Fuller, T., Warren, L. and Welter, F (2007) Towards an Emergence Perspective on Entrepreneurship, RENT XXI Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Nov 22-23, Cardiff [presenter: Ted Fuller]

Anderson, A. R. and Warren, L. (2007) Entrepreneurial voices: making the rhetoric real, Perspectives on Entrepreneurship: Cultures and Contexts, 13-15 November, Aberdeen Business School

Fuller, T., Warren, L. and Argyle, P., (2007) The emergence of a new business model: a case of entrepreneurial strategy in practice, Perspectives on Entrepreneurship: Cultures and Contexts, 13-15 November, Aberdeen Business School

Fuller, T., Warren, L. and Welter, F. (2007) Entrepreneurship: an emergence perspective, BAM Management Research Education and Business Success: Is the future as clear as the past?, 11-13 September Warwick [presenter: Ted Fuller]

Fuller, T. and Warren, L., (2007) Entrepreneurship in the production of socio-economic futures, RGS-IBS Annual Conference, Geographies of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (EGRG 1), Kensington Gore, London, August 29-31 [presenter: Ted Fuller]

Fuller, T., F. Welter and L. Warren (2006) The contribution of emergence to entrepreneurship theory: a review. Research in Entrepreneurship (RENT) November Brussels [presenter: Ted Fuller]

Warren, L. and Anderson, A. R. (2006) Practices, process and paradox in the playing out of an entrepreneurial identity; bureaucracy and challenge, EGOS, July, Bergen, Norway

Warren, L. (2006)  The university spin-out process: career transformation through the practice of entrepreneurial identity, HTSF May University of Twente, Netherlands

Fuller, T. and Warren, L. (2005) Towards a complex explanation of innovation as order creation through emergence, Complexity Conference, September, Liverpool

Wilson, L. and Warren, L., (2005) The Science Enterprise Challenge and undergraduate curricula: adding value or misplacing resources? IntEnt conference, July, University of Surrey

Warren, L. Still Searching for the Hero?, (2005) IntEnt conference, July, University of Surrey

Boocock, J. G. and Warren, L., (2005) Increasing the propensity for technology entrepreneurial orientation in MBA students: an empirical exploration, HTSF conference, May, Manchester Business School

 

 

 

 

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