Ryan Rumble

Assistant Professor Business Administration
Programme Manager
Business Administration , Jönköping International Business School

Research

Ryan Rumble is an organizational theorist specializing on queer/LGBTQ+ social dynamics in family businesses. In addition, Ryan is also a methodologist and is active in developing innovations for and extensions to set-theoretic methods, such as Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA), with a particular focus on configurational outcomes.

Ryan has published empirical, practitioner-orientated, and public-outreach articles on the subject of strategic tools and their use in business practice. His research has been presented at conferences across several countries throughout the US, Europe, and Oceania. 

Teaching

Ryan is the Programme Director for three master's programmes: Global Management, Strategic Entrepreneurship, and International Logistics & Supply Chain Management. 

He currently teaches master's courses in the fields of strategy, entrepreneurship, and digital business, in addition to administering the internship course in business administration. He has previously coached entrepreneurs in new venture development at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden (in collaboration with GU Ventures), and taught intercultural management, innovation, and research methods at Grenoble Ecole de Management, France.

In addition, Ryan has also developed several pedagogical and strategy tools, including Just Suppose (https://justsuppose-app.herokuapp.com/) and the Startup Jungle (https://www.brainspotexecutive.se/startup-jungle/)

Biography

Ryan Rumble is an Assistant Professor and Programme Director in Business Administration at JIBS. He defended his PhD on business model ontology at Université Grenoble-Alpes, France, including a visiting position at University College Dublin, Ireland. He completed his MSc in Knowledge-based Entrepreneurship at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, where he was awarded the Malmsten Best Thesis Award for his dissertation on value co-creation in the recipe bag ('matkasse') industry. He received a BA (Hons) from Oxford Brookes University, UK, in Retail and Business Management.

Article

Rumble, R. (2019). The Startup Jungle: Four-dimensional Business Modelling , 7(3), 25-36. More information
Rumble, R., Minto, N. (2017). How to use analogies for creative business modelling Journal of Business Strategy, 38(2), 76-82. More information

Book chapter

Rumble, R., Mangematin, V. (2015). Business model implementation: The antecedents of multi-sidedness. In: C. Baden-Fuller & V. Mangematin (Ed.), Business models and modelling (pp. 97 -131). More information

Conference paper

Rumble, R., Steigenberger, N., Caccamo, M., McCauley, B. (2020). The networking paradox in early-stage entrepreneurship and how introvert entrepreneurs navigate it in networking events: A study in the indie games industry. Gaming & Esports Summit 2020. More information
Rumble, R. (2018). The origins of constellations: Analysing conjectural outcomes in the social sciences. 34th EGOS Colloquium, July 5–7, 2018, Tallinn, Estonia. More information
Rumble, R., Dia, T. (2018). Weighty subjects: The properties of material artifacts in embodied strategic cognition. 34th EGOS Colloquium, July 5–7, 2018, Tallinn, Estonia. More information
Genet, C., Rumble, R. (2018). Reassessing lone wolves: How laboratory-spinoff relations impact research. 34th EGOS Colloquium, July 5–7, 2018, Tallinn, Estonia. More information
Rumble, R. (2018). The role of strategic tools in situated cognition. 33th EGOS Colloquium, July 6–8, 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark. More information
Rumble, R., Genet, C. (2017). Reassessing lone wolves: How collective and institutionalized spinoffs benefit academia. 2017 Annual Meeting of the Technology Transfer Society (T2S), November 2 - November 4, 2017, Washington DC, USA. More information
Rumble, R., Mangematin, V. (2016). Organizational Coup d'état and Strategic Change: A Process Model. Strategic Management Society (SMS) 36th Annual Conference, September 17-20, 2016 Berlin, Germany. More information
Genet, C., Rumble, R. (2016). What's in it for me? Does academic entrepreneurship benefit laboratories?. Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference, Technology Transfer Society, Phoenix, United States of America. More information
Rumble, R., Tippman, E., Mangematin, V. (2016). Organizational coup d'état and strategic change: A critical realist perspective. International Association of Critical Realism (IACR) Conference 2016, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 20-22 July, 2016. More information
Rumble, R., Tippman, E., Mangematin, V. (2016). Copious, incoherent, and fleeting: Revisiting how models are used in management practice. 32nd EGOS Colloquium, Naples, Italy, July 7-9, 2016. More information
Rumble, R., Tippman, E., Mangematin, V. (2016). Community strategizing: The taking-over of a Pride organization. 9th Biennial Gender, Work and Organisation Conference (GWO 2016), 29th June-1st July 2016, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK. More information
Rumble, R., Genet, C., Mangematin, V. (2015). Negligent parents: Why do labs benefit when their spin-offs fail?. 3rd International QCA Expert Workshop, Zürich, Switzerland, 2-3 December 2015. More information
Rumble, R. (2015). Business model articulation. 31st EGOS Colloquium, July 2–4, 2015, Athens, Greece. More information
Rumble, R., Mangematin, V. (2015). Business model implementation: The antecedents of multi-sidedness. EURAM 2015, 17-20 June, 2015, Warsaw, Poland. More information
Rumble, R. (2015). Business models and the nature of value. 30th EGOS Colloquium, July 3–5, 2015, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. More information