Miriam Feuls is a PostDoc at the Department of Organization. As part of the VELUX project on “temporality of food innovation”, she conducts research on how the dynamics of temporal structures in food organizations form and affect the innovation processes’ and outcomes’ temporalities. Her research interests cover various aspects of interdisciplinary innovation research, in particular creativity and innovation processes, managing and leading innovation, entrepreneurship, and business models that she has empirically researched in the context of food, (digital) technology, and social media. Her work has been published in journals such as Creativity and Innovation Management, the Journal of Creative Behavior, Work, Employment and Society, or New Media and Society.
Primary research areas
The role of time and temporal structures in innovation
M.Soc. Management of Creative Business Processes (CBP) and M.Sc. Strategy, Organization and Leadership (SOL): Supervision of MA thesis and (Creative) Business Projects
Feuls, M. 2018. Understanding culinary innovation as relational – insights from Tarde’s relational sociology. Creativity and Innovation Management Journal (CIM), 27(2), 161–168.
Stierand, M., Boje, D., Glaveanu, V., Dörfler, V., Haley, U., & Feuls, M. 2017. Paradoxes of ‘having an idea’: examining the creative process through an antenarrative lens. The Journal of Creative Behavior – online 28.12.
Feuls, M., Fieseler, C., Meckel, M., & Suphan, A. 2016. The Third Space: Being Unemployed in the Age of Social Media. New Media & Society, 18(6), 944–965.
Feuls, M., Fieseler, C., & Suphan, A. 2014. A Social Net? Internet and Social Media Use during Unemployment. Work, Employment & Society, 28(4), 551–570.