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The unit Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship (TIME), represented by Prof. Dr. Patrick Spieth, researches on areas Strategic Technology and Innovation Management, Technology-Driven Business Model Innovation, Technology and Innovation Transfer, and Collaborative Technology and Innovation Development, Societal and Social Impact of Digital Technologies and Technology and Innovation Marketing.

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News in re­search

  • The paper "How Do Technological Frames Feel? Business Model Innovation in Pre-Digital Companies and the Emotional Impact of Digital Technologies" has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Information Management.
  • The paper "The value of experience-based simulation in garnering support for radically new concepts" has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Information Management.
  • The paper "Theorizing Business Model Innovation: An Organizing Framework of Research Dimensions and Future Perspectives" has been accepted for publication in R&D Management Journal.
  • The paper "How Industry Projects Can Stimulate Academic Engagement: An Experimental Study among U.S. Engineering Professors" has been accepted for publication in Schmalenbach Journal of Business Research.
  • The paper "How Industry Projects Can Stimulate Academic Engagement: An Experimental Study among U.S. Engineering Professors" has been accepted for publication in Industry & Innovation.
  • The paper "Investigating the Effect of Perceived Product Portfolio Innovativeness on Consumers’ Brand Perceptions" has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
  • The paper "Open innovation for institutional entrepreneurship: how incumbents induce institutional change to advance autonomous driving" has been accepted for publication in R&D Management Journal.
  • The paper "Technological Frames in the Digital Age: Theory, Measurement Instrument, and Future Research Areas" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Management Studies.
  • The paper "Digital Transformation of Incumbent Firms: A Business Model Innovation Perspective" has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
  • The paper "Value Creation and Appropriation of Software Vendors: A Digital Innovation Model for Cloud Computing" has been accepted for publication in Information & Management.
  • The paper "Business Models Big and Small: Review of Conceptualisations and Constructs and Future Research Directions for SME Business Model Research" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Business Research.
  • The paper "Facilitating Business Model Innovation: The Infuence of Sustainability and the Moderation Effect of Strategic Orientations" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Product Innovation Management.
  • The paper "Ready, Steady Digital?! How Foresight Activities Do Not Affect Individual Technological Frames For Managerial Sensemaking" has been accepted for publication in Technological Forecasting & Social Change.
  1. The paper "When Opportunity Knocks: How the Individual Opportunity Nexus Explains Evaluations of New Business Models" has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing.
  • The paper "The Eye of the Beholder: The Influence of Intuition, Rationality, and Leeway on the Assessment of an Idea’s Market-Creation Potential Forthcoming" has been accepted for publication in Industrial Marketing Management
  • The paper "Is New Always Better? How Business Model Innovation Affects Consumers’ Adoption Behavior" has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
  • The paper "Business Model Innovation in Strategic Alliances: A Multi-Layer Perspective" has been accepted for publication in R&D Management Journal.
  • The paper "How to Stay on the Road? A Business Model Perspective on Mission Drift in Social Purpose Organizations" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Business Research.