Professor Andy Lockett

Warwick Business School

Andy is Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship and Pro-Dean at Warwick Business School. At the Centre he is jointly responsible for the research theme investigating Entrepreneurship Leadership and Capabilities and their impact on SME Growth.

Contact Details

Email:[email protected]
Telephone:024 761 51369

Research Themes

  • Leadership

Biography

Andy Lockett  is Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship at Warwick Business School. At the ERC he leads the research theme exploring ‘Entrepreneurship Leadership, Capabilities and Growth’. Andy has experience of leading large scale research projects being either PI or CI on externally funded research projects from the ESRC and other funding bodies including:  (i) ESRC Evolution of Business Knowledge; NIHR SDO Knowledge Brokering Role of Middle Level Managers; (ii) NIHR SDO Evaluating Partnerships Between Universities and NHS Organizations (£550k). In addition, he has been PI or CI on two ESRC case awards and attracted substantial funding from corporates.  Evidence of his international standing in the area of Entrepreneurship and Strategy include his publication output, including 12 papers in ABS 4* journals in the current REF period including: Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Leadership Quarterly; Research Policy. In addition he is a member of the editorial boards of the journals: Journal of Business Venturing; Journal of Management Studies; Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice; and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.  He has collaborated with Professor Deniz  Ucbasaran and has a number of projects on-going including the role of intuition in entrepreneurial decision-making with Professor Gerard Hodgkinson). Andy is currently working Gerard on the role of cognition in the relationship between resources and firm performance.

White Paper

Entrepreneurial Leadership, Capabilities and Growth. White Paper No 2.

SME growth depends upon substantive growth capabilities, which are shaped by the upstream issues of leadership and capability development. This paper presents a review of the existing evidence.

Associated Themes
  • Leadership