Prof. Dr. Sebastian Gurtner

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Prof. Dr. Sebastian Gurtner Institutsleiter

  • Adresse Berner Fachhochschule
    Wirtschaft
    Institut Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Brückenstrasse 73
    3005 Bern

Lehre

  • Bachelor Business Administration

  • Consumer Driven Innovation

Lebenslauf

  • seit 04/2019 Leiter Forschung & stellv. Direktor Departement Wirtschaft Berner Fachhochschule
  • seit 04/2019 Leiter Institut Innovation & Strategic Entrepreneurship Berner Fachhochschule
  • 2008-2014 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter TU Dresden
  • seit 10/2016 Forschungsprofessor für Healthcare Management, Strategie und Innovation Berner Fachhochschule
  • 02/2016 Guest Researcher University of Illinois at Chicago
  • 2014-2016 Leiter der Forschungsgruppe Value Based Innovation Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
  • 2012-2014 Leiter der Nachwuchsforschergruppe InnoTech4Health TU Dresden
  • 2017-2019 Leiter Kompetenzteam Strategie und Innovation Berner Fachhochschule
  • Habilitation TU Dresden
  • Promotion (Dr. rer. pol.) TU Dresden
  • Studium der Verkehrswirtschaft (Dipl.) TU Dresden

Projekte

  • Titel: Low-end Innovations: An Investigation of Key Individuals and Organizational Ecosystems;
    Förderung: SNF;
    Laufzeit: 2018-2021;
    Partner: Universität Jena

  • Titel: Rethinking Decision Making in the Digital Society;
    Förderung: SNF;
    Laufzeit: 2018-2020

  • Titel: Anreize und Barrieren für Interprofessionalität im Gesundheitswesen;
    Förderung: Bundesamt für Gesundheit;
    Laufzeit: 2017-2019

Publikationen

  • Gurtner, S., Spanjol, J., Griffin, A. (2018): PDMA Essentials 3 - Leveraging Constraints for Innovation. John Wiley & Sons

  • Gurtner, S., Soyez, K. (2015): Challenges and Opportunities in Health Care Management. Wiesbaden: Springer

  • Weinhold, I., Gurtner, S. (2014): Understanding shortages of sufficient health care in rural areas, Health Policy, 118 (2), pp. 201-214

  • Reinhardt, R., & Gurtner, S. (2018): The Overlooked Role of Embeddedness in Disruptive Innovation Theory. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 132, 268-283

  • Reinhardt, R., Gurtner, S., & Griffin, A. (2018): Towards an Adaptive Framework of Low-end Innovation Capability – A Systematic Review and Multiple Case Study Analysis. Long Range Planning, 51 (5), 770-796

  • Reinhardt, R., Hietschold, N., & Gurtner, S. (2018): Overcoming Consumer Resistance to Innovations— An Analysis of Adoption Triggers. R&D Management (forthcoming)

  • Gurtner, S., Hietschold, N., Vaquero Martín, M., (2017): Do patients value a hospital’s innovativeness reputation? A multi-method approach to assess the relative importance of innovativeness reputation in patients’ hospital choice. Health Services Management Research (forthcoming).

  • Gurtner, S., & Reinhardt, R. (2016): Ambidextrous Idea Generation—Antecedents and Outcomes. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 33(S1), 34-54.

  • Vaquero, M., Reinhardt, R., Gurtner, S. (2016): Stakeholder integration in new product development – A systematic analysis of drivers and firm capabilities, R&D Management, 46 (S3), 1095-1112.

  • Gurtner, S. Soyez, K. (2016): How to catch the generation Y: Identifying eco-innovators among young customers, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 106, 101-107

  • Fischer, S., Soyez, K., Gurtner, S. (2014): Adapting Scott and Bruce’s General Decision-Making Style Inventory to Patient Decision-Making in Provider Choice, Medical Decision Making, 35 (4), 525-532

  • Reinhardt, R., Gurtner, S. (2014): Differences between Early Adopters of Disruptive and Sustaining Innovations, Journal of Business Research, 68 (1), pp. 137-145

  • Gurtner, S., Reinhardt, R. Soyez, K. (2014): Designing Mobile Business Applications for Different Age Groups, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 88, pp. 177-188

  • Weinhold, I., & Gurtner, S. (2018). Rural-urban differences in determinants of patient satisfaction with primary care. Social Science & Medicine (1982), 212, 76-85

  • Hietschold, N., Reinhardt, R., Gurtner, S. (2014): Critical success factors of TQM implementation – A review of the literature, International Journal of Production Research, 52 (21), pp. 6254-6272

  • Gurtner, S. (2014): Modeling Consumer Resistance to Mobile Health Application, Proceedings of the European Conference of Information Systems, 2014, pp. 1-19

  • Gurtner, S. (2014): Präferenzen als Ausgangspunkt strategischer Technologieentscheidungen im Krankenhaus, Das Krankenhaus, 2014 (11), pp.1066-1070

  • Gurtner (2014): Making the right decision about new technologies - A perspective on criteria and preferences in hospitals, Health Care Management Review, 39 (3), pp. 245-254

  • Gurtner, S. (2013), An analysis of the influence of framework aspects on the study design of health economic modeling evaluations, European Journal of Health Economics, 14(2), pp. 221-230

  • Reinhardt, R., Gurtner, S. (2011), Enabling disruptive innovations through the use of customer analysis methods, Review of Managerial Science, 5 (4), pp. 291-307

  • Gurtner, S., Werner, K. (2011), Studienbeihilfe in Sachsen - Eine Erfolgsgeschichte?, Das Gesundheitswesen, 74 (3), pp. 141-144

  • Gurtner, S., Lehmann, C., Pieck, S., Schefczyk, M., Sauerbrey, R. and Baumann, M. (2010): Transferring university knowledge to develop new technologies: the model of the “OncoRay – Joint Center for Radiation Research in Oncology”, International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management, 11(5), pp. 328–344

  • Gurtner, S., Dörner, N. (2009), From roles to skills - key persons in the innovation process, International Journal of Technology Marketing, 4 (2/3), pp. 185-198

  • Dörner, N., Gurtner, S., Schefczyk, M. (2009), Overcoming resistance to innovation: an approach for the use of communication tools within the innovation process, International Journal of Technology Marketing, 4 (2/3), pp. 199-216

  • Lee, R.P., Reinhardt, R., Keller, F., Gurtner, S., & Schiffer, L. 2018. A raw materials transition for a low-carbon economy: Challenges and opportunities for management in addressing the trilemma of competitiveness, supply security and sustainability. In: S. Schillebeeckx et al. (Eds.), Managing Natural Resources, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

  • Symmank, C., Krause, J., Gurtner, S. (2014): Stakeholder Variety in Health Care and their Integration in the Medical Device Development Process. In: Gurtner, S., Soyez, K. (Eds.), Challenges and Opportunities in Health Care Management. Wiesbaden: Springer

  • Reinhardt, R., Bullinger, A.C., Gurtner, S. (2014): Open Innovation in Health Care. In: Gurtner, S., Soyez, K. (Eds.), Challenges and Opportunities in Health Care Management. Wiesbaden: Springer

  • Brau, E., Reinhardt, R. & Gurtner, S. (2013): Measuring the Success of Open Innovation. In: A. Brem & E. Viardot (Eds.), Evolution of Innovation Management: Trends in an International Context. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

  • Soyez, K., Thielow, N., & Gurtner, S. (2012): Lifestyle of health and sustainability: Ein wachsendes Segment gesundheitsbewusster Konsumenten. In: S. Hoffmann, U. Schwarz & R. Mai (Eds.), Angewandtes Gesundheitsmarketing, vol. 1: 75-86. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien

  • Gurtner, S. (2012): Beiträge zu den Begriffen, "Corporate Venturing, Innovationsfinanzierung", In: Achatz, R., Braun, M., Sommerlatte, T. (Eds.), Lexikon Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement. Düsseldorf: Symposion

  • Schefczyk, M., Gurtner, S. (2009): Management von Innovationen im Krankenhaus am Beispiel einer Patientenmanagementsoftware. In: Fisch, J. H., Roß, J.-M. (Eds.), Fallstudien zum Innovationsmanagement. Wiesbaden: Gabler

Mitgliedschaften

Auszeichnungen

Ranked among Top 100 Management Researchers under 40 by Wirtschaftswoche

Outstanding Reviewer Award der Academy of Management HCM Division, verliehen in Atlanta/USA
- Best Paper Proceedings des Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Atlanta/USA
- Best Student Paper Award der Academy of Management Technology and Innovation Management Division
- Thomas P. Hustad Best Student Paper Award der Innovation and Product Development Management Conference 2017

Knut Holt Best Paper Award des ISPIM Innovation Summit

Lehrpreis der Technischen Universität Dresden

Preis für ausgezeichnete Lehre, verliehen vom Absolventenverein Nexus der Fakultät Wirtschaftswissenschaften der TU Dresden