Henning Piezunka
Henning Piezunka
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Distant search, narrow attention: How crowding alters organizations’ filtering of suggestions in crowdsourcing
H Piezunka, L Dahlander
Academy of Management Journal 58 (3), 856-880, 2015
2702015
Open to suggestions: How organizations elicit suggestions through proactive and reactive attention
L Dahlander, H Piezunka
Research Policy 43 (5), 812-827, 2014
1812014
All the right moves: How entrepreneurial firms compete effectively
R Katila, EL Chen, H Piezunka
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 6 (2), 116-132, 2012
1362012
Complexity and Corporate Strategy
K Eisenhardt, H Piezunka
Sage Handbook of Complexity and Management, 506-523, 2011
772011
Idea rejected, tie formed: Organizations’ feedback on crowdsourced ideas
H Piezunka, L Dahlander
Academy of Management Journal, 2018
34*2018
Technological platforms
H Piezunka
Journal für Betriebswirtschaft 61 (2-3), 179, 2011
342011
How Organizations Manage Crowds: Define, Broadcast, Attract and Select
L Dahlander, LB Jeppesen, H Piezunka
Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 2019
112019
How Competition Affects Contributions to Open Source Platforms: Evidence from OpenStreetMap and Google Maps
A Nagaraj, H Piezunka
9*2020
Escalation of competition into conflict in competitive networks of Formula One drivers
H Piezunka, W Lee, R Haynes, M Bothner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018
92018
The Matthew Effect as an Unjust Competitive Advantage: Implications for Competition near Status Boundaries
H Piezunka, R Lee, Wonjae, Haynes, M Bothner
Journal of Management Inquiry, 2017
72017
Big fish or big pond? Seller’s dilemma in intermediary selection
H Piezunka, R Katila, K Eisenhardt
6*2014
Why Some Crowdsourcing Efforts Work and Others Don’t
L Dahlander, H Piezunka
Harvard Business Review, 2017
42017
The Uniplex Third: Enabling Single-domain Role Transitions in Multiplex Relationships
J Li, H Piezunka
Administrative Science Quarterly, 2019
32019
Tie Dissolution in Market Networks: A Theory of Vicarious Performance Feedback
D Clough, H Piezunka
Administrative Science Quarterly, 2020
22020
Tie Dissolution in Market Networks: A Theory of Vicarious Performance Feedback
DR Clough, H Piezunka
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 16642, 2016
2*2016
Learning-by-participating: the dynamics of information aggregation in organizations
H Piezunka, VA Aggarwal, HE Posen
INSEAD Working Paper, 2019
12019
Uncovering crowds as interstitial spaces: Crowds that influence and that ought to be influenced
L Dahlander, H Lifshitz-Assaf, H Piezunka, S Seong, BK Stroube
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 10566, 2017
12017
Learning-by-participating in decision-making: Broadening participation, narrowing attention
H Piezunka, V Aggarwal, H Posen
1*2017
Mihnea C. Moldoveanu and Joel AC Baum: Epinets: The Epistemic Structure and Dynamics of Social Networks
MS Bothner, H Piezunka
Administrative Science Quarterly 60 (4), NP54-NP56, 2015
12015
Distant Search, Narrow Attention: How Crowding Alters Organizations' Filtering of User Suggestions
H Piezunka, L Dahlander
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 12513, 2014
12014
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