Publikationen J. Nils Foege

Publikationen


Konferenzbeiträge

  • van der Berg, A., Foege, J.N., (2019), “Friendship Never Ends? How Friendship Influences the Emergence and Degree of Shared Leadership”, accepted for presentation at the 2019 Academy of Management Specialized Conference in Responsible Leadership in Rising Economies, Bled, Slovenia.

  • van der Berg, A., Foege, J.N., (2019), “A Shared Leadership Environment in a Sales Context – The Analysis of Relevant Mechanisms”, accepted for presentation at the 2019 Academy of Management Specialized Conference in Responsible Leadership in Rising Economies, Bled, Slovenia.

  • Schäper, T., Foege, J.N., Jung, C. (2019), “Orchestrating R&D collaborations: How dynamic capabilities shape the effectiveness of innovation“, 2019 Open and User Innovation Society Meeting, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

  • Clemens, V., Foege, J.N., Nüesch, S. (2019), “B2C or P2P? How motives and risks of participation explain consumers’ sharing system decisions”, WK ORG Workshop 2019 of the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB), Münster, Germany.
  • Onken-Menke, G., Foege, J.N., Nüesch, S. (2019), “Organizational crises, crisis management, and organizational attractiveness: An experiment on the link between crises”, WK ORG Workshop 2019 of the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB), Münster, Germany.
  • Loberg, L., Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2019), “Forced distribution rating systems and team performance: The moderating role of task interdependence”, WK ORG Workshop 2019 of the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB), Münster, Germany.
  • Jung, C., Foege, J.N., Nüesch, S. (2019), “Not only a matter of dynamic managerial capabilities”, WK ORG Workshop 2019 of the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB), Münster, Germany.
  • Schäper, T., Foege, J.N. (2018), „The value of user toolkits for innovation: Examining the benefits of toolkits for different user groups“, 5th World Open Innovation Conference 2018, San Francisco, CA.
  • Lauritzen, G.D., Foege, J.N., Teilmann-Lock, S. (2018), „The search for serendipity: Adaptive management as a method to (non)manage open innovation in the public sector“, 5th World Open Innovation Conference 2018, San Francisco, CA.
  • Gabel, M., Foege, J.N. (2018), „Decisive impulses: How can incentives leverage personal health records for innovation?“, accepted for presentation at the 5th World Open Innovation Conference 2018, San Francisco, CA.
  • Felske, M., Foege, J.N., Minshall, T. (2018), „Spiders spinning their webs: Implications of social network constellations for early-stage venture valuation“, 5th World Open Innovation Conference 2018, San Francisco, CA.
  • Onken-Menke, G, Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2018), “Being Known and Being Good: A Panel Study on Job Seekers’ Determinants of Organizational Attractiveness”, 2018 Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference, Paris, France.
  • Loberg, L., Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2018), “Forced distribution rating systems and team performance: The moderating role of task interdependence”, 2018 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Jung, C., Foege, J.N., Nüesch, S. (2018), “Not only a matter of dynamic managerial capabilities”, 2018 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA. Published in Best Paper Proceedings, Strategic Management (STR) Division
  • Clemens, V., Foege, J. N., Nüesch, S. (2018), “B2C and P2P sharing systems: A review of the sharing economy”, 2018 Strategic Management Society Special Conference in Oslo, Norway.
  • Hudyma, C., Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2017), “Not only a matter of skill: Making more of corporate resources”, 2017 Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference in Houston, TX, USA
  • Hudyma, C., Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2017), “All you need is “CEO”: How capabilities, experience, and optimism shape the cash-performance relationship”, 2017 Southern Management Association Annual Meeting in St. Pete Beach, FL, USA
  • Hudyma, C., Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2017), “Cash me if you can: When cash holdings are of competitive value”, 2017 Western Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, CA, USA
  • Foege, J.N., Lauritzen, G.D., Tietze, F. (2017), “Value appropriation in crowdsourcing activities: How solvers enable richer trading zones”, 2017 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Hudyma, C., Nüesch, S., Foege, J.N. (2017), “All you need is “CEO”: How capabilities, experience, and optimism shape the cash-performance relationship”, 2017 Strategic Management Society – Special Conference, Milan, Italy.
  • Foege, J.N., Schäfer, S., Antons, D., Lüttgens, D., Piening, E.P., Salge, T.O. (2016), “Revealing or concealing: How legal and psychological ownership matter in crowdsourcing contests”, 2016 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Schäfer, S., Foege, J.N., Antons, D., Lüttgens, D., Salge, T.O. (2016), “From scratch or from the top drawer? A solver perspective on problem solving in crowdsourcing”, 2016 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Foege, J.N., Lauritzen, G.D., Tietze, F., Salge, T.O. (2016), “What is mine is yours, or is it? Exploring solvers' value appropriation strategies in crowdsourcing contests”, 2016 Annual R&D Management Conference in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • Foege, J.N. (2015), “How much is just enough? Resource imitability and information concealing in crowdsourcing contests”, 2015 Open and User Innovation Society Meeting, Contest and Crowdsourcing Track, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Foege, J.N., Salge, T.O., Piening, E.P. (2014), “The geography of imitation: Global innovation ecosystems and the risk of being infringed”, 2014 Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference, Madrid, Spain. Nominated for the Best Conference Paper Prize
  • Salge, T.O., Piening, E.P., Foege, J.N. (2013), “Exploring the dark side of innovation collaboration: A resource-based perspective”, 2013 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, USA. Published in Best Paper Proceedings, Technology and Innovation Management (TIM) Division