Reinhard Prügl | FIF |
Reinhard Prügl | FIF |
FIF & Chair of Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE) @ Zeppelin University
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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 (1-2), 15-30, 2007
Pyramiding: Efficient search for rare subjects
E Von Hippel, N Franke, R Prügl
Research Policy 38 (9), 1397-1406, 2009
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
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
An explorative model of business model scalability
G Stampfl, R Prügl, V Osterloh
International Journal of Product Development 18 (3-4), 226-248, 2013
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
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
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
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
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
Revealing the family
C Kahlert, IC Botero, R Prügl
Journal of Family Business Management, 2017
Die Identifikation von Personen mit besonderen Merkmalen. Eine empirische Analyse zur Effizienz der Suchmethode Pyramiding.
RW Prügl
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2006
Pyramiding: Efficient identification of rare subjects
E Von Hippel, N Franke, R Prügl
MIT Sloan Research Paper (4720-08), 2008
Exploring the role of family firm identity and market focus on the heterogeneity of family business branding strategies
IC Botero, D Spitzley, M Lude, R Prügl
The Palgrave handbook of heterogeneity among family firms, 909-932, 2019
Capturing the heterogeneity of family firms: Reviewing scales to directly measure socioemotional wealth
R Prügl
The Palgrave handbook of heterogeneity among family firms, 461-484, 2019
Innovation in Familienunternehmen: Eine Einführung für Akademiker und Praktiker
N Kammerlander, R Prügl
Springer-Verlag, 2016
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