Reinhard Prügl | FIF |
Reinhard Prügl | FIF |
FIF & Chair of Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE) @ Zeppelin University
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Digital transformation: a review, synthesis and opportunities for future research
S Nadkarni, R Prügl
Management Review Quarterly 71, 233-341, 2021
Extending Lead‐User Theory: Antecedents and Consequences of Consumers' Lead Userness*
M Schreier, R Prügl
Journal of Product Innovation Management 25 (4), 331-346, 2008
Learning from leading‐edge customers at The Sims: opening up the innovation process using toolkits
R Prügl, M Schreier
R&d Management 36 (3), 237-250, 2006
Lead users and the adoption and diffusion of new products: Insights from two extreme sports communities
M Schreier, S Oberhauser, R Prügl
Marketing Letters 18, 15-30, 2007
Innovation activities during intra-family leadership succession in family firms: An empirical study from a socioemotional wealth perspective
J Hauck, R Prügl
Journal of Family Business Strategy 6 (2), 104-118, 2015
Measuring socioemotional wealth in family-owned and-managed firms: A validation and short form of the FIBER Scale
J Hauck, J Suess-Reyes, S Beck, R Prügl, H Frank
Journal of Family Business Strategy 7 (3), 133-148, 2016
Pyramiding: Efficient search for rare subjects
E Von Hippel, N Franke, R Prügl
Research Policy 38 (9), 1397-1406, 2009
Branding the family firm: A review, integrative framework proposal, and research agenda
CB Astrachan, I Botero, JH Astrachan, R Prügl
Journal of Family Business Strategy 9 (1), 3-15, 2018
Why the family business brand matters: Brand authenticity and the family firm trust inference
M Lude, R Prügl
Journal of Business Research 89, 121-134, 2018
Crossing Domain‐Specific Boundaries in Search of Innovation: Exploring the Potential of Pyramiding*
MK Poetz, R Prügl
Journal of Product Innovation Management 27 (6), 897-914, 2010
Family firm reputation and humanization: Consumers and the trust advantage of family firms under different conditions of brand familiarity
S Beck, R Prügl
Family Business Review 31 (4), 460-482, 2018
An explorative model of business model scalability
G Stampfl, R Prügl, V Osterloh
International Journal of Product Development 18 (3-4), 226-248, 2013
Responding to digital transformation by external corporate venturing: An enterprising family identity and communication patterns perspective
R Prügl, DI Spitzley
Journal of Management Studies 58 (1), 135-164, 2021
Risky decisions and the family firm bias: An experimental study based on prospect theory
M Lude, R Prügl
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 43 (2), 386-408, 2019
Preparing business students for co-operation in multi-disciplinary new venture teams: Empirical insights from a business-planning course
C Lüthje, R Prügl
Technovation 26 (2), 211-219, 2006
A user community‐based approach to leveraging technological competences: An exploratory case study of a technology start‐up from MIT
P Keinz, R Prügl
Creativity and Innovation Management 19 (3), 269-289, 2010
Marketing and branding in family business: Assessing the landscape and charting a path forward
CB Astrachan, R Prügl, JF Hair Jr, BJ Babin
Journal of Family Business Strategy 10 (1), 3-7, 2019
Revealing the family: Effects of being perceived as a family firm in the recruiting market in Germany
C Kahlert, IC Botero, R Prügl
Journal of Family Business Management 7 (1), 21-43, 2017
Communicating the family firm brand: Antecedents and performance effects
S Beck, R Prügl, K Walter
European Management Journal 38 (1), 95-107, 2020
Identifying and analyzing the drivers of heterogeneity among ecosystem builder accelerators
KM Prexl, M Hubert, S Beck, C Heiden, R Prügl
R&D Management, 624–638, 2018
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