Dr. Michael Zaggl

Phone: +49 (0)89 289-25746
Fax:+49 (0)89-25742
E-Mail: michael.zaggl@tum.de
Room: 2509
Office hours: By appointment


Publications

Publications in peer-reviewed journals

Michael Zaggl, Tim Schweisfurth and Cornelius Herstatt (2019) The Dynamics of Openness and the Role of User Communities: A Case Study in the Digital Ecosystem of Open Source Gaming Handhelds, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, in press.

Michael Zaggl (2018) Opportunity Selection in Self-Managing Organizations: The Limits of Crowds, Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Information Systems (VHB: A).

Michael Zaggl, Tim Schweisfurth, Claus Schöttl and Christina Raasch (2018) Hierarchical Distance and Idea Evaluation in Enterprise Crowdfunding, Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Information Systems (VHB: A).

Michael Zaggl, Markus Hagenmaier and Christina Raasch (2018) Customizing for Conformity? Explaining Consumer Choice between Uniqueness and Conformity in Mass Customization, R&D Management, forthcoming (VHB: B, ABS: 3, ABDC: A).

Michael Zaggl (2017) Manipulation of Explicit Reputation in Innovation and Knowledge Exchange Communities: The Example of Referencing in Science, Research Policy, 46(5): 970–983 (VHB: A, ABS: 4*, ABDC: A*, FT50).

Greitemann, J., Zaggl, M. A., Hehl, M., Raasch, C., Reinhart, G. (2017), Technology lifecycle-oriented search for production technologies, CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, 16: 21-33.

Zaggl, M. A. (2014), Eleven Mechanisms for the Evolution of Cooperation, Journal of Institutional Economics, 10(2):197-230. Meyer, M., Waldkirch R.W., Zaggl, M.A. (2013), Beyond publication counts: The impact of citations and combined metrics on the performance measurement of German business researchers, Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft 83(3): 61-86.

Meyer, M., Waldkirch R.W., Zaggl, M.A. (2012), Relative performance measurement of researchers: The impact of data source selection, Schmalenbach Business Review 83(3): 61-86.

Meyer, M., Zaggl, M.A., Carley, K.M. (2011), Measuring CMOT's intellectual structure and its development, Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 17(1): 1-34.

Recent conference papers

Zaggl, M.A. (2018) Decentralized vs. Centralized Opportunity Selection: The Cumulative Development of Technical System Architectures

• 78th Academy of Management, Chicago, 2018.

• 16th Open and User Innovation Conference, New York University, 2018.

• 1st Strategy Science Conference, Wharton, 2018.

Lee, J., Park, H., Zaggl, M.A. (2017) I'm Doing This For You (and For Me): Career Concern as Motivation in Online Collaboration Communities. 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, OCIS Best Conference Paper Award, Atlanta.

Schweisfurth, T.G., Zaggl, M.A., Schöttl, C. (2017) Does similarity of idea evaluator and idea creator affect idea valuation in enterprise crowdfunding? 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Atlanta.

Schweisfurth, T.G., Schöttl, C., Zaggl, M.A., Raasch (2017) Does similarity of idea evaluator and idea creator affect idea valuation in enterprise crowdfunding? CiNet conference, John Bessant Best Paper Award.

Schweisfurth, T.G., Schöttl, C., Zaggl, M.A. (2017) Does similarity of idea evaluator and idea creator affect idea valuation in enterprise crowdfunding? DRUID Society Conference, New York.

Schweisfurth, T.G., Zaggl, M.A., Schöttl, C. (2016) Does similarity of idea evaluator and idea creator affect idea valuation in enterprise crowdfunding? Open and User Innovation Conference, Boston.

Lee, J., Park, H., Zaggl, M.A. (2016) I'm Doing This For You (and For Me): Career Concern as Motivation in Online Collaboration Communities. Open and User Innovation Conference, Boston.

Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2015) Conditions for Private-Collective Innovation: The Role of Rivalry, Excludability, and Incentives, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver.

Zaggl, M.A., Stahl, B, Zhong, Z. (2015) An Agent-Based Model Using Fuzzy Logic and Qualitative Empirical Data, in: Mladenov, V.; Spasov, G.; Georgieva, P. & Petrova, G. (Eds.): Proceedings 29th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation, Springer, pp. 50-56.

Kugler, K., S. Preißner, M. Zaggl, J. Reif, G. Schweisfurth, C. Raasch, F. Brodbeck. 2015. Absorptive Capacity und Koordination von Teams und vernetzten Individuen 9. Tagung der Fachgruppe Arbeits-, Organisations- und Wirtschaftspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Mainz.

Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2014) Exploring the contingencies of private-collective innovation – An agent-based model, TIE Tagung, München.

Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2014) Explaining the performance of norms-based IP systems – An agent-based model, Medical User Innovation & Medical Knowledge Commons Workshop, New York.

Hagenmeier, M, Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2014) Disentangling users' preferences for uniqueness in product customization. Open and User Innovation Conference, Boston.

Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2014) Does rivalry preclude free revealing? – An agent-based model of private-collective innovation systems, Open and User Innovation Conference, Boston.

Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2014) The role of rivalry and excludability for community‐based innovation and free revealing: An agent‐based model of private‐collective innovation system, Challenges of Knowledge Creation, München.

Zaggl, M.A., Raasch, C. (2014) Exploring the contingencies of private-collective innovation – An agent-based mode, DRUID conference, Copenhagen.

Kahl, C.H., Zaggl, M.A., Meyer, M. (2013) Micro-validating agent-based models with Internet-based and laboratory experiments, 9th European Social Simulation Association Conference, Warsaw

Kahl, C.H., Zaggl, M.A., Meyer, M. (2013) Micro-validating agent-based models with empirical experiments, 2nd Seminar Groningen Center for Complexity Studies, Groningen.

Zaggl, M.A., Troitzsch, K.G. (2012) Indirect reciprocity in social organizations: Extending mage scoring to networks, World Congress on Social Simulation, Taipei.

Zaggl, M.A., Troitzsch, K.G. (2012) Indirect reciprocity in social organizations: Replication of image scoring and extension to networks, European Social Simulation Association, Salzburg.

Zaggl, M.A., Meyer, M. (2010) Social Norms in Two-Sided Principal-Agent Relations, Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Social Simulation, Kassel.

Research interests

  • Digitalization
  • Industry 4.0
  • Distributed innovation systems
  • Task complexity and team complexity
  • Computational modelling

Curriculum vitae

Since 2018

Since 09/2013

Visting Scholar at The University of Southern California

Research Group Leader (SFB 768) at the Dr. Theo Schöller-Stiftungslehrstuhl für Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement

2010Visiting Researcher, Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, Harvard University
11/2008 – 09/2012Research assistant and PhD student, Hamburg University of Technology

03/2007 – 10/2008

Master of Science, Information Management and Computer Science, University of Koblenz-Landau

02/2008 – 07/2008

Postgraduate Studies, Information Systems and Biotechnology, University of Otago, New Zealand

 

10/2004 – 04/2007

Bachelor of Science, Information Management and Computer Science, University of Koblenz-Landau