Michelle Rogan is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. She previously was a faculty member at UNC Kenan-Flagler and prior to that, INSEAD. Her research centres on how individual and firm social capital affects entrepreneurship and innovation. She is currently exploring the role of gender and networks in entrepreneurial entry and career mobility. In related work, she is investigating the strategic human capital and career implications of participation in corporate social impact projects. Previously, Dr. Rogan studied acquisitions of social capital – such as how firms use acquisitions of target firms to gain valuable inter-organisational relationships to customers, suppliers and other business partners in the advertising industry.
Dr Rogan’s research has been published in several top journals including Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Management Science and the Annual Review of Sociology. She teaches topics related to innovation management, corporate entrepreneurship and networks in Masters, MBA and Executive Education programmes.
Bode C, Rogan M, Singh J, 2021, Up to no good? Gender, social impact work and employee promotions, Administrative Science Quarterly, ISSN:0001-8392, Pages:1-49
Bode C, Rogan M, Singh J, 2019, Sustainable cross-sector collaboration: building a global platform for social impact, Academy of Management Discoveries, Vol:5, ISSN:2168-1007, Pages:396-414
Park B, Rogan M, 2019, Capability reputation, character reputation, and exchange partners’ reactions to adverse events, Academy of Management Journal, Vol:62, ISSN:0001-4273, Pages:553-578
Louise Mors M, Rogan M, Lynch SE, 2018, Boundary spanning and knowledge exploration in a professional services firm, Journal of Professions and Organization, Vol:5, ISSN:2051-8803, Pages:184-205
Rogan M, Mors ML, 2017, Managerial networks and exploration in a professional service firm, Organization Studies, Vol:38, ISSN:0170-8406, Pages:225-249