Georg von Krogh: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2022

Auszeichnung: Die Goldene Eule
NameHerr Prof. Dr. Georg von Krogh
LehrgebietStrategisches Management und Innovation
Adresse
Strateg. Management und Innovation
ETH Zürich, WEV J 411
Weinbergstr. 56/58
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telefon+41 44 632 88 50
E-Mailgvkrogh@ethz.ch
DepartementManagement, Technologie und Ökonomie
BeziehungOrdentlicher Professor

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
363-1028-00LEntrepreneurial Leadership Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Limited number of participants.

Students apply for this course via the official website no later than 21.08.2022 (Link).
Once your application is confirmed, registration in myStudies is possible.
4 KP3SZ. Erden Özkol, S. Brusoni, H. Franke, O. von Dzengelevski, G. von Krogh
KurzbeschreibungThis seminar provides master and PhD students at MTEC with the challenging opportunity of a real case on strategy, innovation and leadership in close collaboration with the senior management of a leading Swiss healthcare company: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG.
LernzielThe general objective of the course is to enable MTEC students to develop leadership skills by dealing with real-world business problems, thinking critically about the concepts discussed in their study programs and learning how to apply these concepts to provide practical implications. It provides students with coaching and mentoring from senior leaders in the company and professors from D-MTEC to bridge the gap between theory and practice.
InhaltThis seminar provides ambitious ETH students and doctoral candidates with a rewarding learning opportunity: a real case study of strategy and innovation in close collaboration with the top management of an outstanding company: Georg Fischer.

What you can expect:

You will work in teams on specific high priority assignments that flow from the company. Delving into the assignments you will both contribute to solving strategic issues and have an impact on their implementation at the company.

To gain insight into the company and its culture you will receive briefings from senior management, conduct interviews with experts and run workshops with your case managers. In the final presentations you will pitch your findings to key stakeholders and top management representatives and receive valuable feedback.

Furthermore you will be coached and supported by MTEC professors on the topics of project scoping, problem definition and solving, process improvement, strategy and board presentation.

The course is directed and organised by PD Dr. Zeynep Erden and Dr. Isabel Spicker as part of the MTEC Leadership Development Programme.

What we expect from you:

You are an ambitious ETH student or doctoral candidate who is looking for a rewarding learning opportunity and is eager to go the extra mile. You will work on a real case study of strategy, technology and innovation in close collaboration with the senior management of an outstanding Swiss company. The recommendations that you formulate in collaboration with members of your team as well as with internal and external experts will be discussed at the Partner and Director levels. This demands a deep understanding of the company's leadership culture.

In this endeavour you are coached and supported by

- Stefano Brusoni, Chair of Technology and Innovation Management
- Georg von Krogh, Chair of Strategic Management and Innovation
- Torbjörn Netland, Chair of Production and Operations Management
- Zeynep Erden, Lecturer, D-MTEC
LiteraturLiterature and readings will be announced in the coaching sessions.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesPlease apply for this course via the official website (https://mtec.ethz.ch/studies/programme-elements/special-programmes/els.html). Apply no later than August 22.
The number of participants is limited to 18.
ECTS: 4
Participants receive a certificate.
364-0553-00LInnovation in Digital Space Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Findet dieses Semester nicht statt.
1 KP1GG. von Krogh, Noch nicht bekannt
KurzbeschreibungThe purpose of this course is to review and discuss issues in current theory and research relevant to innovation in the digital space.
LernzielThrough in-depth analysis of published work, doctoral candidates will identify and appraise theoretical and empirical studies, formulate research questions, and improve the positioning of their own research within the academic debate.
InhaltThe Internet has a twofold impact on the way individuals and firms innovate. First, firms increasingly draw on digital technology to access and capture innovation-relevant knowledge in their environment. Second, individuals, firms, and other organizations extensively utilize the Internet to create, diffuse, and commercialize new digital products and services. During the past decade, theory and research on innovation in the digital space has flourished and generated extensive insights of relevance to both academia and management practice. This has brought us better understanding of working models, and some fundamental reasons for innovation success or failure. A host of new models and research designs have been created to explore the innovation in the digital space, but these have also brought out many open research questions. We will review some of the existing streams of work, and in the process explore a new research agenda.

Format:
The course is organized in one block of 2 days. The course is a combination of pre-readings, presentations by faculty and students, and discussions. The students prepare presentations of papers in order to facilitate analysis and discussion.
LiteraturOpen source (OS) as innovation model
1. Lerner, J., & Tirole, J. (2002). Some Simple Economics of Open Source. JIE
2. von Hippel, E., & Von Krogh, G. (2003). Open source software and the 'private-collective' innovation model: Issues for Organization Science. OrgSci
3. von Krogh, G., Spaeth, S., & Lakhani, K. R. (2003). Community, joining, and specialization in open source software innovation: A case study. RP
4. Lakhani, K., & Eric, A. (2000). von Hippel (2003),“How open source software works:" free" user-to-user assistance”. RP
5. Yoo, Y., Boland, R. J., Lyytinen, K., & Majchrzak, A. (2012). Organizing for Innovation in the Digitized World. OrgSci
Coordination in OS communities
6. Faraj, S., von Krogh, G., Monteiro, E., & Lakhani, K. (2016). Special Section Introduction - Online Community as Space for Knowledge Flows. ISR
7. Lindberg, A., Berente, N., Gaskin, J., & Lyytinen, K. (2016). Coordinating interdependencies in online communities: A study of an open source software project. ISR
8. Shaikh, M., & Vaast, E. (2016). Folding and unfolding: Balancing openness and transparency in open source communities. ISR
9. Ren, Y., Chen, J., & Riedl, J. (2016). The impact and evolution of group diversity in online open collaboration. ManSci
10. Jiang, Q., Tan, C. H., Sia, C. L., & Wei, K. K. (2019). Followership in an Open-Source Software Project and its Significance in Code Reuse. MISQ
11. Medappa, P. K., & Srivastava, S. C. (2019). Does Superposition Influence the Success of FLOSS Projects? An Examination of Open-Source Software Development by Organizations and Individuals. ISR
12. Howison, J., & Crowston, K. (2014). Collaboration through open superposition: A theory of the open source way. MISQ
Governance & Leadership
13. He. F., Puranam P., Shrestha Y. R., & von Krogh, G. (2020) Resolving governance disputes in communities: A study of software license decisions. SMJ
14. Gulati, R., Puranam, P., & Tushman, M. (2012). Meta-organization design: Rethinking design in interorganizational and community contexts. SMJ
15. Fjeldstad, Ø. D., Snow, C. C., Miles, R. E., & Lettl, C. (2012). The architecture of collaboration. SMJ
16. Klapper, H., & Reitzig, M. (2018). On the effects of authority on peer motivation: L earning from Wikipedia. SMJ
17. Johnson, S. L., Safadi, H., & Faraj, S. (2015). The emergence of online community leadership. ISR
18. Safadi, H., Johnson, S. L., & Faraj, S. (2020). Core-Periphery Tension in Online Innovation Communities. OrgSci
19. Germonprez, M., Kendall, J. E., Kendall, K. E., Mathiassen, L., Young, B., & Warner, B. (2017). A theory of responsive design: A field study of corporate engagement with open source communities. ISR
20. Greenstein, S., & Zhu, F. (2016). Open content, Linus’ law, and neutral point of view. ISR
21. Nagle, F. (2019) Open source software and firm productivity. ManSci
22. Fitzgerald, B. (2006). The transformation of open source software. MISQ
Motivation to collaborate
23. Spaeth, S., von Krogh, G., & He, F. (2015). Perceived Firm Attributes and Intrinsic Motivation in Sponsored Open Source Software Projects. ISR.
24. Shah, S. K. (2006). Motivation, governance, and the viability of hybrid forms in open source software development. ManSci
25. von Krogh, G., Haefliger, S., Spaeth, S., & Wallin, M. W. (2012). Carrots and rainbows: Motivation and social practice in open source software development. MISQ
26. Hwang, E. H., Singh, P. V., & Argote, L. (2015). Knowledge sharing in online communities: Learning to cross geographic and hierarchical boundaries. OrgSci
27. Bapna, S., Benner, M. J., & Qiu, L. (2019). Nurturing Online Communities: An Empirical Investigation. MISQ
28. Goes, P. B., Guo, C., & Lin, M. (2016). Do incentive hierarchies induce user effort? Evidence from an online knowledge exchange. ISR