Amy IngramAssistant Professor
Office: 142 Sirrine Hall
MGT 415: Business Strategy
ProfileAmy E. Ingram is an assistant professor in the College of Business and Behavioral Science at Clemson University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati, College of Business. Dr. Ingram’s research interests lie at the intersection of organizational innovation, strategic cognition, organizational paradox, entrepreneurship, and family business. Her work aims to elucidate the multilevel drivers of innovation, and subsequent strategic management. She is a member of the Strategic Management Society, Academy of Management, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa and The National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Dr. Ingram received the UC College of Business Outstanding Graduate Research Award in 2010.
Dr. Ingram’s research focuses on organizational entrepreneurship, family business, political investment and organizational paradox.
Ingram, A., Lewis, M., Barton, S., & Gartner, W. Forthcoming. Paradoxes and Innovation in Family Firms: The Role of Paradoxical Thinking. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Ridge, J., & Ingram, A. Forthcoming. Modesty in the top management team: Investor reaction and performance implications. Journal of Management.
Ingram, A., & Hechavarria, D. & Matthews, C. Forthcoming. Does cultural capital matter? Sources of funding in new venture creation. Small Business Institute Journal
Watson, W., Stewart, W., Peake, W., Cooper, D., & Ingram, A. Forthcoming. A comparison of Black and White entrepreneurs in the United States. International Journal of Strategic Management. Received Best Journal Article Award.
Hechavarria, D., & Ingram, A., Terjesen, S., & Justo, R. 2013. Economic, social, & environmental value creation goals: The discourse & practice of entrepreneurship.Global Women’s Entrepreneurship Research: Diverse Settings, Questions and Approaches. London: Edward Elgar.
Gotsi, M., Andriopoulos, C., Lewis, M., & Ingram, A. 2010. Creative tensions: Managing tensions of multiple identities. Human Relations, 63(6):781-805.
Luscher, L., Lewis, M., & Ingram, A. 2006. The social construction of organizational change paradoxes. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 19: 491-502.