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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Business and Management H-index 44 Citations 14,913 138 World Ranking 557 National Ranking 14

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Marketing
  • Management
  • The Internet

Frank T. Piller mostly deals with Marketing, Knowledge management, Mass customization, Personalization and New product development. His research integrates issues of Economic model, Industrial organization and Process in his study of Marketing. In the subject of general Knowledge management, his work in Open innovation, User innovation and Absorptive capacity is often linked to Professional development, thereby combining diverse domains of study.

The Open innovation study combines topics in areas such as Quality, The Internet, Creativity and Domain. Frank T. Piller combines subjects such as Operational efficiency, Operations management and Process management with his study of Mass customization. In his study, Frank T. Piller carries out multidisciplinary New product development and Exploit research.

His most cited work include:

  • Toolkits for idea competitions: a novel method to integrate users in new product development (619 citations)
  • Toolkits for idea competitions: a novel method to integrate users in new product development (619 citations)
  • Value Creation by Toolkits for User Innovation and Design: The Case of the Watch Market (581 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His main research concerns Knowledge management, Mass customization, Open innovation, Marketing and Process management. His Knowledge management study focuses on Innovation management in particular. His Mass customization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Build to order, Business model and Strategic management.

The concepts of his Open innovation study are interwoven with issues in Public relations, Crowdsourcing, Intermediary, Co-creation and Process. His work on New product development as part of general Marketing research is often related to Customer to customer, thus linking different fields of science. His New product development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Product design, Social media and User innovation.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Knowledge management (27.69%)
  • Mass customization (26.45%)
  • Open innovation (25.21%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2016-2021)?

  • Knowledge management (27.69%)
  • Open innovation (25.21%)
  • Mass customization (26.45%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Open innovation, Mass customization, Crowdsourcing and Business model. His study in the field of Co-creation is also linked to topics like Relevance. His Co-creation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of New product development and Degrowth.

His research in Open innovation intersects with topics in Change management, Organizational structure and Humanities. The subject of his Mass customization research is within the realm of Personalization. Frank T. Piller has included themes like User innovation and Public economics in his Business model study.

Between 2016 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Interaktive Wertschöpfung kompakt : Open Innovation, Individualisierung und neue Formen der Arbeitsteilung (439 citations)
  • The open innovation research landscape: established perspectives and emerging themes across different levels of analysis (317 citations)
  • Predicting the future of additive manufacturing: A Delphi study on economic and societal implications of 3D printing for 2030 (195 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Marketing
  • Management
  • The Internet

Frank T. Piller mostly deals with Knowledge management, Open innovation, Crowdsourcing, Business model and User innovation. He has researched Knowledge management in several fields, including Uncertainty reduction theory and Construct. His study in Open innovation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Empirical research, Organizational structure and Change management.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Sensemaking, Contingency, Effectuation, Flexibility and Process management in addition to Business model. His User innovation research is within the category of Marketing. Frank T. Piller is interested in Absorptive capacity, which is a branch of Marketing.

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Top Publications

Interaktive Wertschöpfung kompakt : Open Innovation, Individualisierung und neue Formen der Arbeitsteilung

Frank Thomas Piller;Kathrin Möslein;Christoph Ihl;Ralf Reichwald.
(2017)

1205 Citations

Toolkits for idea competitions: a novel method to integrate users in new product development

Frank Thomas Piller;Frank Thomas Piller;Dominik Walcher.
R & D Management (2006)

1137 Citations

Value Creation by Toolkits for User Innovation and Design: The Case of the Watch Market

Nikolaus Franke;Frank Piller.
Journal of Product Innovation Management (2004)

813 Citations

Reducing the risks of new product development

Frank T. Piller;Ogawa Susumu.
MIT Sloan Management Review (2006)

774 Citations

Economic implications of 3D printing: Market structure models in light of additive manufacturing revisited

Christian Weller;Robin Kleer;Frank T. Piller.
International Journal of Production Economics (2015)

675 Citations

Mass Customization: Reflections on the State of the Concept

Frank T. Piller.
International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems (2004)

642 Citations

The open innovation research landscape: established perspectives and emerging themes across different levels of analysis

Marcel Bogers;Ann Kristin Zobel;Allan Afuah;Esteve Almirall.
Industry and Innovation (2017)

584 Citations

The Customer Centric Enterprise

Mitchell M. Tseng;Frank T. Piller.
The Customer Centric Enterprise (2003)

566 Citations

Cracking the Code of Mass Customization

Fabrizio Salvador;Pablo Martin de Holan;Frank T. Piller.
MIT Sloan Management Review (2009)

555 Citations

Does mass customization pay? An economic approach to evaluate customer integration

Frank T. Piller;Kathrin Moeslein;Christof M. Stotko.
Production Planning & Control (2004)

537 Citations

Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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