Department of Organization
- Centre for Organizational Time (COT)
- imagine .. Creative Industries Research
Miriam Feuls is a PostDoc at the Department of Organization. Her primary research areas are organization and management theory, creativity and innovation, and innovation and organization. Her work is interdisciplinary, but tends to center on temporality, the role of future in organizations, and interconnectedness, which she has empirically researched in the context of food, sustainability, creative businesses, (digital) technology, and social media.
Currently, as part of the VELUX project on “temporality of food innovation”, she conducts research on the role of time and temporality in processes concerning innovating towards a sustainable future.
• Creativity and innovation
• Innovation and organization
• Processual relational sociology
BSc in Business Administration and Service Management: Organizational Behavior
M.Soc. Management of Creative Business Processes (CBP): Managing Creative and Innovative Organizations
M.Soc. Management of Creative Business Processes (CBP), M.Sc. Strategy, Organization and Leadership (SOL), M.Sc. Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Supervision of MA thesis, (Creative) Business Projects, and Internships
Feuls, M. 2018. Understanding culinary innovation as relational – insights from Tarde’s relational sociology. Creativity and Innovation Management Journal (CIM), 27(2), 161–168.
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.
Paper presented at 20th International CINet Conference, 2019
In: The Journal of Creative Behavior, Vol. 53, No. 2, 6.2019, p. 165-170
In: Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol. 27, No. 2, 6.2018, p. 161-168
In: New Media & Society, Vol. 18, No. 6, 6.2016, p. 944-965
In: Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 28, No. 4, 8.2014, p. 551-570
In: Berlingske, 14.11.2019, p. 28-29