Marion Poetz
Marion Poetz
Associate Professor, Department of Strategy and Innovation, Copenhagen Business School
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The value of crowdsourcing: can users really compete with professionals in generating new product ideas?
MK Poetz, M Schreier
Journal of product innovation management 29 (2), 245-256, 2012
12942012
Integrating problem solvers from analogous markets in new product ideation
N Franke, MK Poetz, M Schreier
Management Science 60 (4), 1063-1081, 2014
1142014
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
1082010
Antecedents and consequences of business model innovation: The role of industry structure
F Waldner, MK Poetz, C Grimpe, M Eurich
Business models and modelling, 2015
502015
Exploring key characteristics of lead user workshop participants: Who contributes best to the generation of truly novel solutions
C Hienerth, M Poetz, E Von Hippel
DRUID Summer Conference, Copenhagen, 2007
472007
Making the lead user idea-generation process a standard tool for new product development
C Hienerth, M Pötz
Proc. of the 4th International Workshop on User Innovation, 2006
142006
Crowdsourcing business model innovation
F Waldner, MK Poetz
Paper to be presented at DRUID conference 15, 15-17, 2015
92015
Sometimes the best ideas come from outside your industry
M Poetz, N Franke, M Schreier
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 2-6, 2014
92014
The analogous market effect: how users from analogous markets can contribute to the process of idea generation
N Franke, M Pötz
Enhancing Knowledge Development in Marketing, 273, 2006
92006
The value of scientific knowledge dissemination for scientists—A value capture perspective
S Beck, M Mahdad, K Beukel, M Poetz
Publications 7 (3), 54, 2019
52019
The value of crowdsourcing
MK Poetz, M Schreier
Can Users Really Compete with Professionals in Generating New Product Ideas, 2009
52009
What Is the Problem? Crowdsourcing Research Questions in Science
S Beck, TM Brasseur, M Poetz, H Sauermann
Crowdsourcing Research Questions in Science (May 11, 2020), 2020
42020
What’s the problem? How crowdsourcing contributes to identifying scientific research questions
S Beck, TM Brasseur, MK Poetz, H Sauermann
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 15282, 2019
42019
Leadership in Open and Distributed Innovation
S Haefliger, M Poetz
The Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016, 2016
42016
Open Innovation: from hyped phenomenon to sustainable practice
S Beck, M Poetz
Wirtschaftspolitische Blaetter, 557-571, 2018
32018
May the Force Be with Them: Exploring Strategies to Overcome Challenges of Co-Created Citizen Science
J Suess-Reyes, K Hyslop, S Beck, MK Poetz, T Krasnikov, A Prinsloo
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 17869, 2020
22020
Attraction at First Sight?: Exploring and Categorizing Determinants that make Scientific Knowledge Attractive to Innovators
S Beck, K Beukel, M Poetz
22018
Find the Right Expert for Any Problem
M Poetz, R Prügl
22014
Innovators’ Preference Structures for Seizing Scientific Discoveries: A Mixed-Method Approach
S Beck, K Beukel, MK Poetz
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 16209, 2019
12019
To innovate better, find divergent thinkers
M Poetz, E von Hippel
Harvard Business Review 93 (6), 26-28, 2015
12015
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