Martie-Louise Verreynne is Associate DVC (Research and Innovation) and a Professor of Innovation at RMIT University. Her research, teaching and supervision all focus on innovation, small business strategy, and capability development. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries.
Martie-Louise Verreynne is Associate DVC (Research and Innovation) and a Professor of Innovation at RMIT University. She has held roles such as Interim Head of School, Deputy Head of School, Head of Strategy and International Business, and Program Leader for several programs during her tenure at the University of Queensland.
Martie-Louise is a recipient of an Australian national citation for contribution to student learning based on her work in the area of commercialisation of high-tech start-ups. She developed and led the MicroMasters in Corporate Innovation delivered through EdX.
Martie-Louise is internationally recognised for her research on innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship in small business, is a senior associate editor with the Journal of Small Business Management and publishes widely in top-tiered journals. She has been successful at winning ARC Discovery, ARC ITTC and several other Category 1, 2 and 3 grants. She actively works with industry to create research impact and has received several awards in recognition of this work.
- Associate DVC (Research and Innovation) – College of Business and Law
- Member of the College of Business and Law Executive Committee
- Member of the RMIT DVC Research and Innovation Executive Committee
- Chair, College of Business and Law Research Committee
- PhD (Massey University)
- MCom, BCom(Hons), Education Diploma (Northwest University)
- Senior Associate Editor, Journal of Small Business Management, 2013-present (A journal).
- Board member and Treasurer, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 2016-2018.
- Executive committee (Entrepreneurship division), Academy of Management, 2017 – 2020 (representative at large).
- Member of Editorial Board, Small Enterprise Research, 2010-current.
- Member of Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange Steering Committee, 2011 to current.
- Ahmad, S.,Shankar, S.,Steen, J.,Verreynne, M.,Burki, A. (2021). Using measures of efficiency for regionally-targeted smallholder policy intervention: The case of Pakistan’s horticulture sector In: Land Use Policy, 101, 1 - 13
- Brodie, R.,Ranjan, K.,Verreynne, M.,Jiang, Y.,Previte, J. (2021). Coronavirus crisis and health care: learning from a service ecosystem perspective In: Journal of Service Theory and Practice, 31, 225 - 246
- de Oliveira, R.,Verreynne, M.,Steen, J.,Indulska, M. (2021). Creating value by giving away: A typology of different innovation revealing strategies In: Journal of Business Research, 127, 137 - 150
- Jiang, Y.,Ritchie, B.,Verreynne, M. (2021). (In Press) Building dynamic capabilities in tourism organisations for disaster management: enablers and barriers In: Journal of Sustainable Tourism, , 1 - 26
- Suhada, T.,Ford, J.,Verreynne, M.,Indulska, M. (2021). Motivating individuals to contribute to firms’ non-pecuniary open innovation goals In: Technovation, 102, 1 - 11
- de Oliveira, R.,Nguyen, T.,Liesch, P.,Verreynne, M.,Indulska, M. (2021). Exporting to escape and learn: Vietnamese manufacturers in global value chains In: Journal of World Business, 56, 1 - 16
- Verreynne, M.,de Oliveira, R.,Mention, A. (2021). Industry-university and research institute collaboration: A small and medium sized enterprise perspective. In: CSIRO Australia
- Jiang, Y.,Ritchie, B.,Verreynne, M. (2021). A Resource-Based Typology of Dynamic Capability: Managing Tourism in a Turbulent Environment In: Journal of Travel Research, , 1 - 18
- Jiang, Y.,Ritchie, B.,Verreynne, M. (2021). Developing disaster resilience: A processual and reflective approach In: Tourism Management, 87, 1 - 15
- Steen, J.,Ford, J.,Verreynne, M. (2021). A Dynamic Capabilities Model of Innovation in Large Interfirm Projects In: Project Management Journal, 52, 488 - 503
5 PhD Current Supervisions
- The Open Innovation Process: Factors and Technologies that Matter (administered by University of Queensland). Funded by: ARC Discovery Projects via other University Grant 2016 from (2021 to 2021)