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  • 1. Peter T. Gianiodis Department of Management College of Business & Behavioral Science Clemson University Clemson, SC 29634-1305 (ph) 864.656.7418 (f) 864.656.2015 email: pgianio@clemson.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. Business Administration, 2007 Terry College of Business University of Georgia Major Field: Strategic Management Minor Field: Entrepreneurship and Management Information Systems Dissertation Title: To Have and to Hold: Protection, Deployment, and the Imitation of Critical Resources Master of Business Administration, 2001 Queens University of Charlotte Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 1993 Dickinson College RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Refereed Journal Publications 1. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Phan, H.P. (Forthcoming) “Fulltime faculty or part- time entrepreneurs?”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Special Issue on University Technology Transfer. 2. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., Phan, H.P., and Balkin, D.B. (2005). “Innovation speed: Transferring university technology to market”, Research Policy, 34: 1058-1075. 3. Markman, G.D., Phan, H.P., Balkin, D.B., and Gianiodis, P.T. (2005). “Entrepreneurship and university-based technology transfer”, Journal of Business Venturing, 20(2): 241-263. 4. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., Phan, H.P., and Balkin, D.B. (2004). “Entrepreneurship from the Ivory Tower: Do incentive systems matter?”, Journal of Technology Transfer, 29: 353-364. Book Chapters 1. Markman, G.D., Phan, H.P., Balkin, D.B., Gianiodis, P.T. (2006). Entrepreneurship and university-based technology transfer. In D. Siegel (ed). Technological Entrepreneurship: Institutions and Agents Involved in University Technology Transfer, Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar Publishing. Journal Submissions 1. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Buchholtz, A. K. “Factor-based rivalry”. 3rd round review at Academy of Management Review. 2. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., Phan, H.P., and Balkin. “Strategy, structure, and technology commercialization in exploration-based organizations”. 2nd round review at Journal of Management Studies. updated 8/31/07
  • 2. 3. Gianiodis, P.T., & Markman, G.D. “To have and to hold: Protecting (in)imitable resources”, Under review at the Journal of Management. Best Paper Awards 1. Scientists or entrepreneurs: Rent (Mis) appropriation from discoveries made in university labs. 2007 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, August, 3-8, (with Markman, G., and Panagopoulos, A.). 2. The Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Award (most significant implications for practitioners), for the paper “University Technology Transfer: Licensing Revenues and Firm Creation.” 2004 Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, The Hunter Center for Entrepreneurship, Glasgow, Scotland (with Markman, G., Phan, H., and Balkin, D.). 3. McKinsey/SMS Best Conference Paper Award for “University technology transfer: The intersection between strategy, structure, and pay and the link to licensing revenues and firm creation”. 2003 Strategic Management Society, Baltimore, MD. (with Markman, G., Phan, H., and Balkin, D.). Refereed Conference Proceedings 1. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., Phan, H.P., and Panagopoulos, A. “Scientists of entrepreneurs: Rent (Mis) appropriation from discoveries made in university labs”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, August, 3-8, 2007. 2. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Phan, H.P. “Fulltime faculty or part-time entrepreneurs: Evidence from university technology transfer”. Proceedings of the 2006 Technology Transfer Society (T2S), Atlanta, GA, September 27-29, 2006. 3. Gianiodis, P.T., Markman, G.D., and Espina, M.I. “Resource protection and entrepreneurship”. Proceedings of the 2006 Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Bloomington, IN, June, 6-8, 2006. 4. Gianiodis, P.T. “A meso-level theory of scientific disclosure and knowledge agent bypassing”. Proceedings of the 2005 Southern Management Association Meeting, Charleston, SC, November, 9-12, 2005. 5. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Phan, H.P. “Commercial Bypassing: The Role of Strategy, Structure, and Incentives on the Sourcing of University-based Technology Transfer”. Proceedings of the 2005 Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Boston, MA, June, 5-7, 2005 6. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Buchholtz. A. K. “Intellectual property or intellectual Liability: Assessing patent-based rivalry”. Proceedings of the 2004 Babson College- Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, June 3-5, 2004. 7. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., Balkin, D.B. and Phan, H.P. “University Technology Transfer: Licensing Revenues and Firm Creation”. Proceedings of the 2003 Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Boston, MA, June, 7-9, 2003. 8. Gianiodis, P.T. “Cracking the information technology code: Mastering IT strategic alignment”. Proceedings of the 2003 Southern Association for Information Systems Conference. Savannah, GA, March, 7-8, 2003. Refereed Conference Presentations 1. Gianiodis, P.T. and Markman, G.D. “To have and to hold: Protecting, leveraging, and the imitation of critical resources”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, August, 3-8, 2007. 2. Gianiodis, P.T. “A Meso-level theory of scientific disclosure and scientist entrepreneurship”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, August, 3-8, 2007. updated 8/31/07
  • 3. 3. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Panagopoulos, A. “Scientists of entrepreneurs: Rent (Mis) appropriation from discoveries made in university labs”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, August, 3-8, 2007. 4. Markman, G.D., Panagopoulos, A., and Gianiodis, P.T. “Patent-based rivalry”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA, August, 11-16, 2006. 5. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Buchholtz, A. K. “Resource-based rivalry”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA. August, 11-16, 2006. 6. Gianiodis, P.T. “Toward a theory of resource-based rivalry”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI, August, 5-10, 2005. 7. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Phan, H.P. “Spillovers or bypassing? Appropriating rents from discoveries made in U.S. universities”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI, August, 5-10, 2005. 8. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T. “Entrepreneurial activity in U.S. universities: A Review and Research Agenda”. (Symposium) Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI, August, 5-10, 2005. 9. Gianiodis, P.T. “Interfirm competition reconsidered: Incorporating resource-based rivalry in a theory of competitive dynamics”. Second Annual Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference, Atlanta, GA, June, 23-25, 2005. 10. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Phan, H.P. “Leakage from the Ivory Tower: Intellectual property appropriation at U.S. universities. 2005 Society of Entrepreneurship Scholars Lally-Darden-Fisher Conference, Columbus, OH, April, 4-6, 2005. 11. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Buchholtz. A. K. “Patent-based rivalry: Balancing strategic resource barriers and alliances”. 24th Strategic Management Society Conference, Puerto Rico, USA, October 31-November 3, 2004. 12. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Phan, H.P., and Balkin, D.B. “Innovation speed: Transferring university technology to market”. 2004 Technology Transfer Society (T2S), Albany, NY, September, 29-October, 1, 2004. 13. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Buchholtz, A. K. “Strategic Determinants of patent- based rivalry”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA, August, 6-11, 2004. 14. Gianiodis, P.T. and Amason, A.C. “The top management team as an open system”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA, August, 6-11, 2004. 15. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., Balkin, D.B. and Phan, H.P. “University technology transfer: The intersection between strategy, structure, and pay and the link to licensing revenues and firm creation”. 24th Strategic Management Society Conference, Baltimore, MD, November, 9-12, 2003. 16. Amason, A.C., Park, K., and Gianiodis, P.T. “Will the “Real” Top Management Team Please Stand Up: A New Look at an Old Topic”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, WA, August, 1-6, 2003. 17. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Balkin, D.B. “Strategy, structure, incentive systems, and universities’ successful technology commercialization”. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, WA, August, 1-6, 2003. 18. Markman, G.D., Phan, H.P., Balkin, D.B. and Gianiodis, P.T. (April, 2003). Entrepreneurial emergence and university based technology transfer. Journal of Business Venturing special issue workshop on Science Parks and Incubators, Troy, NY. Invited Presentations 1. Markman, G.D., Gianiodis, P.T., and Buchholtz, A. K. (2005) Resource-based rivalry. Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. updated 8/31/07
  • 4. Research in Progress/Working Papers 1. “(Mis) appropriation from discoveries made in university labs.”, (with G. Markman, P. Phan, and A. Panagopoulos) Status: data analysis complete; in preparation to submit to Administrative Science Quarterly. 2. “Strategic determinants of patent-based rivalry”, (with G. Markman, Panagopoulos, A. and A. Buchholtz) Status: in final preparation for submission to Strategic Management Journal. 3. “A theory of resource protection”, (with G. Markman) Status: in development Target Academy of Management Review. 4. Gianiodis, P.T. “Maneuvering in a new technological regime: The patenting of financial innovation”. Status: data analysis complete; in preparation to submit to Journal of Business Venturing. 5. “A Meso-level theory of scientific disclosure and scientist entrepreneurship”, Status: in development Target Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice. 6. “Building scientific DNA in manufacturing organizations: beyond process management”, Status: in development Target Journal of Operations Management. TEACHING Clemson University MGT 415 – Business Strategy University of Georgia MGMT 3000 – Introduction to Management MGMT 5400 – Strategic Management ACADEMIC HONORS Awards University-wide, Excellence in Research, University of Georgia – 2005 ($1,000) Outstanding Graduate Research Award, Department of Management at the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia – 2004 ($300) Best Reviewer Award – Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division - 2004 Fellowships Knox Fellowship, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia – 2005 ($2,000) Edward T. Comer Fellowship, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia – 2004 ($3,000) Assistantships, Scholarships and Grants Selig Scholarship, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia – 2005 ($1,300) Graduate Research Assistantship, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, 2003-2004 Teaching Assistant, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, 2002-2005 Charles E. Dana Assistantship, Dickinson College, US – Japanese Trade Relations, 1992 Doctoral Student Consortia Academy of Management National Meetings, ENT Division - Doctoral Consortium (2005) Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference - Doctoral Consortium (2003) SERVICE Professional Service – Journal Ad Hoc Reviews Journal of Management Studies (2007) Small Business Economics (2006) updated 8/31/07
  • 5. IEEE Transactions of Engineering Management (2006) Journal of Business Venturing (2005- 2007) Journal of Business Research (2005) Journal of Technology Transfer (2004) Professional Service – Conference Reviews Entrepreneurship Division - Academy of Management (2003-2005) BPS Division - Academy of Management (2003- 2006) TIM Division - Academy of Management (2004) Southern Management Association (2003-2006) Southern AIS (2003) Professional Service – Other Session Chair, Interactive Paper Session, Academy of Management (2006) Session Chair, Babson-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference (2003) Department Service Strategy/Entrepreneurship Faculty Search Committee, Clemson University (2006) AFFILIATIONS Academy of Management • Business Policy Division • Entrepreneurship Division • Technology & Innovation Management Division Association of Information Systems Southern Management Association Technology Transfer Society WORK EXPERIENCE Clemson University, Clemson, SC (2006-Present) Assistant Professor – Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship in the Department of Management of the College of Business and Behavioral Science. University of Georgia, Athens, GA (2002-2006) Graduate Research Assistant/Instructor – in the Department of Management of the Terry College of Business Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC (2001-2002) Adjunct Instructor – Business and Accounting Division Bank of America, Charlotte, NC (1998-2003) Project manager - responsible for developing and implementing leadership develop programs for an executive/senior-level management population including: Action Learning, Leadership Model and 3600 Survey, Talent Management and Planning, Executive Coaching, and Executive Orientation/Onboarding NationsBank, Baltimore, MD (1994-1998) Banking Center Manager – Responsible for developing and executing budget and sales goals, including business development, retail banking, and small business lending. Merger Transition/Project Manager – Coordinated and implemented training program for a population of approximately 500 associates during the NationsBank/Maryland National Bank acquisition. REFERENCES Dr. Gideon D. Markman Associate Professor of Strategic Management updated 8/31/07
  • 6. Terry College of Business University of Georgia Athens, GA 30602-6256 Gmarkman@terry.uga.edu (706) 542-3751 Dr. Ann K. Buchholtz Associate Professor of Strategic Management Terry College of Business University of Georgia Athens, GA 30602-6256 Abuchholtz@terry.uga.edu (706) 542-9465 Dr. Phillip H. Phan Bruggeman Distinguished Associate Professor of Management Lally School of Management and Technology Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY 12180 phanp@rpi.edu (518) 276-2319 Dr. Donald Siegel Professor of Entrepreneurship and Associate Dean A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management University of California at Riverside 225 Anderson Hall Riverside, CA 92521 donalds@ucr.edu (951) 827-4996 updated 8/31/07