Associate Professor - L 230/05
Department of Management and Technology
Courses a.y. 2012/2013
20196 INDUSTRY AND FIRM ANALYSIS - MODULE 2 (MANAGERIAL AND BEHAVIORAL PERSPECTIVES)20350 COMMUNITY - BASED INNOVATION AND PATTERNS OF PROTECTION
40106 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT - ADVANCED
Graduated at the University of Copenhagen, he obtained his PhD at the Copenhagen Business School. He was Visiting Scholar at the Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at the Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research, Stanford University.
Associate Professor at the Department of Management and Technology, Institute of Technology and Innovation Management.
Management of Innovation and Technology, Economic Organization, Information Technology, Distributed Innovation.
Jeppesen, L.B. and Lakhani, K.R., (2010) Marginality and Problem Solving Effectiveness in Broadcast Search, Organization Science, 21 (5) 1016-1033
Jeppesen, L.B. and Laursen K., (2009) The Role of Lead users in Knowledge Sharing, Research Policy, Vol 38 (10), 1582-1589
Lakhani, Karim R., and Lars Bo Jeppesen. Getting Unusual Suspects to Solve R&D Puzzles. Forethought.Harvard Business Review 85, no. 5 (May 2007).
Jeppesen, L.B. and Frederiksen, L., (2006) Why do users contribute to firm-hosted user communities? The case of computer-controlled music instruments. Organization Science. Vol 17 (1), 45-64.
Jeppesen, L.B. (2005) User Toolkits for Innovation: Consumers Support Each Other. Journal of Product Innovation Management.(22): 347362.
Jeppesen, L.B. and Molin, M.J., (2003) Consumers as Co-developers: Learning and Innovation Outside the Firm. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 15 (3) 363-84.