Christopher Lettl
Christopher Lettl
Full Professor, WU Vienna
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Users' contributions to radical innovation: evidence from four cases in the field of medical equipment technology
C Lettl, C Herstatt, HG Gemuenden
R&d Management 36 (3), 251-272, 2006
The architecture of collaboration
ØD Fjeldstad, CC Snow, RE Miles, C Lettl
Strategic management journal 33 (6), 734-750, 2012
Value creation and value capture in open innovation
H Chesbrough, C Lettl, T Ritter
Journal of Product Innovation Management 35 (6), 930-938, 2018
User involvement competence for radical innovation
C Lettl
Journal of engineering and technology management 24 (1-2), 53-75, 2007
The wider implications of business-model research
T Ritter, C Lettl
Long range planning 51 (1), 1-8, 2018
Exploring the nature and implementation process of user-centric business models
C Hienerth, P Keinz, C Lettl
Long Range Planning 44 (5-6), 344-374, 2011
Synergies among producer firms, lead users, and user communities: The case of the LEGO producer–user ecosystem
C Hienerth, C Lettl, P Keinz
Journal of Product Innovation Management 31 (4), 848-866, 2014
Organizing continuous product development and commercialization: the collaborative community of firms model
CC Snow, ØD Fjeldstad, C Lettl, RE Miles
Journal of Product Innovation Management 28 (1), 3-16, 2011
Distinctive roles of lead users and opinion leaders in the social networks of schoolchildren
J Kratzer, C Lettl
Journal of Consumer Research 36 (4), 646-659, 2009
Exploring how peer communities enable lead user innovations to become standard equipment in the industry: Community pull effects
C Hienerth, C Lettl
Journal of Product Innovation Management 28 (s1), 175-195, 2011
Management of" technology push" development projects
C Herstatt, C Lettl
International Journal of Technology Management 27 (2-3), 155-175, 2004
Learning from users for radical innovation
C Lettl, C Herstatt, HG Gemuenden
International Journal of Technology Management 33 (1), 25-45, 2006
User-oriented innovation in the food sector: relevant streams of research and an agenda for future work
KG Grunert, BB Jensen, AM Sonne, K Brunsø, DV Byrne, C Clausen, ...
Trends in Food Science & Technology 19 (11), 590-602, 2008
Exploring how lead users develop radical innovation: opportunity recognition and exploitation in the field of medical equipment technology
C Lettl, C Hienerth, HG Gemuenden
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 55 (2), 219-233, 2008
Designing organizations to meet 21st-century opportunities and challenges
RE Miles, CC Snow, ØD Fjeldstad, G Miles, C Lettl
Organizational Dynamics 39 (2), 93-103, 2010
Why are some independent inventors ‘heroes’ and others ‘hobbyists’? The moderating role of technological diversity and specialization
C Lettl, K Rost, I Von Wartburg
Research Policy 38 (2), 243-254, 2009
Balancing creativity and time efficiency in multi‐team R&D projects: the alignment of formal and informal networks
J Kratzer, HG Gemünden, C Lettl
R&d Management 38 (5), 538-549, 2008
The social network position of lead users
J Kratzer, C Lettl, N Franke, PA Gloor
Journal of Product Innovation Management 33 (2), 201-216, 2016
Extending organizational antecedents of absorptive capacity: Organizational characteristics that encourage experimentation
ALL de Araújo Burcharth, C Lettl, JP Ulhøi
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 90, 269-284, 2015
Designing the organization for user innovation
P Keinz, C Hienerth, C Lettl
Journal of Organization Design 1 (3), 20-36, 2012
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