2015 Top Downloaded Innovation Articles in JPIM

Gloria Barczak, editor of the leading journal on innovation, JPIM has provided a list of the top downloaded articles from their website. You can download the list as a PDF here: Top 10 2015 JPIM Downloaded Articles (2).

These are the top 10 downloaded articles from the JPIM website in 2015:

Rank Authors Article Title Volume Issue No. of Accesses
 

1

Joel West, Marcel Bogers Leveraging External Sources of Innovation: A Review of Re- search on Open Innovation  

31 (2014)

 

4

 

3566

 

2

 

Marion K. Poetz, Martin Schreier

The Value of Crowdsourcing: Can Users Really Compete with Professionals in Generating New Product Ideas  

29 (2012)

 

3

 

3228

3 Constantinos Markides Disruptive Innovation: In Need of Better Theory 23 (2006) 1 2960
 

4

 

C. K. Prahalad

Bottom of the Pyramid as a Source of Breakthrough Inno- vations  

29 (2012)

 

1

 

2830

 

5

 

Robert G. Cooper

Perspective: The Stage-Gate® Idea-to-Launch Process— Update, What’s New, and NexGen Systems  

25 (2007)

 

3

 

2661

 

6

 

Rosanna Garcia, Roger Calantone

A Critical Look at Technologi- cal Innovation Typology and Innovativeness Terminology: A Literature Review  

19 (2002)

 

2

 

2470

 

7

Nikolaus Franke, Frank Piller Value Creation by Toolkits for User Innovation and Design: The Case of the Watch Market  

21 (2004)

 

6

 

2368

 

8

 

Erwin Danneels

Disruptive Technology Reconsidered: A Critique and Research Agenda  

21 (2004)

 

4

 

2277

 

9

Michael Song, Ksenia Podoynitsyna, Hans Van Der Bij, Johannes I. M. Halman  

Success Factors in New Ven- tures: A Meta-analysis

 

25 (2008)

 

1

 

2133

 

10

Nikolaus Franke, Eric Von Hippel, Martin Schreier Finding Commercially Attractive User Innovations: A Test of Lead-User Theory  

23 (2006)

 

4

 

2048

Articles over 10 years old are still in the top 10 recent downloads.

The topics are diverse: success factors, disruption, lead users, stage-gate process, crowd-sourcing, categories, and open innovation. I would say that four of the articles discussed user involvement in innovation.

The JPIM has multiple online resources, including:

 

 

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