Jiyao Chen

Associate Professor of Innovation Management
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2751 SW Jefferson Way

2751 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
Credentials: 
Ph.D., Technology Management, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ
M. Phil., Science & Technology Management, Central South University, Changsha China
B.S., Pharmacy, Tongji Medical University, Wuhan China

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At OSU
Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

Dr. Jiyao Chen's primary research interests include innovation management, new product development, and time-based strategy. His recent articles have been accepted or published at the Academy of Management ReviewJournal of Operations Management, and Journal of Product Innovation Management.

Courses Taught: 
  • BA363 Technology and Innovation Management
  • BA458 Innovation and Product Management
Beyond OSU
Employment: 
  • Assistant Professor, College of Business, Oregon State University, 2011 Fall - present
  • Research Associate, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2007 Fall-2011 Summer                                                                              
  • Summer Intern, Spencer Trask & Co, a leading venture firm in New York City, 2006
  • Financial Analyst and then Secretary of BOD, Grand Land Enterprise Co. Shenzhen, 1998 - 2002    
Professional Affiliations: 
  • Academy of Management
  • Strategic Management Society                                                   
Honors and Awards: 
  • Best Reviewer Award TIM AOM 2015
  •  “Public Sector Innovation Radar,” with Mohan Sawhney, Nordic Innovation Center, NOK 1,200,000 2012-2014
  •  “Business Model Innovation in the Tourism and Experience Industry,” Nordic Innovation Center, $2000   2012 
  •  “Using the Innovation Radar to Compare Innovation Activities across Nordic Countries: A Longitudinal Study,” with Mohan Sawhney, Nordic Innovation Center, $3000  2010                             
  • Best Paper Award, Product Development Management Association Research Forum, 2010 
  • Kauffman Symposiums on Entrepreneurship and Innovation Data honorarium $3000, 2008
  • Outstanding Dissertation Award, Howe School of Technology Management, 2007
  • Bright Idea Award, Paper cited as one of top publications written by NJ Business Faculty in 2005, New Jersey Policy Research Organization Foundation and Seton Hall University, 2006
  • Doctoral Consortium Fellowship, Business Policy & Strategy Division AOM, 2006
  • Doctoral Consortium Fellowship, Technology & Innovation Management Division AOM, 2006
  • Fellowship Scholarship, Product Development Management Association, 2006
  • Fellowship Scholarship, Product Development Management Association, 2005
  • Outstanding Academic Achievement Award, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2005
  • Three Working Paper Awards, Institute for the Study of Business Markets (ISBM), 2005
  • Best Student Paper, Portland International Conference on MET (PICMET) $1000, 2005
  • Doctoral Scholarship, The 2nd Front End of Innovation Conference, 2004
My Publications

Journal Articles


J. Chen, Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., New Product Development Speed: Too Much of a Good Thing?, Journal of Product Innovation Management, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 288–303, 2012.

P. Patanakul, Chen, J., and Lynn, G., Autonomous Teams and New Product Development, Journal of Product Innovation Management, vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 734-750, 2012.

W. Chen, Chen, J., and Xiang, D., Operation of Enterprises' Technological Innovation and its Main Dynamics, Journal of Scientific Progress and Strategy (Chinese), vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 42-46, 1998.

W. Chen, Chen, J., and Zhang, N., Science and Technology Activities and their Main Characteristics, Journal of Scientific Research Management (Chinese), vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 12-18, 1998.

Presentations


J. Li and Chen, J., A dynamic measure of knowledge evolution, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia, 2017.

J. Chen, Walker, R., and Sawhney, M., Public Sector Innovation: Typology and Validation, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Vancouver, BC Canada, 2015.

J. Chen, Neubaum, D., Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., Team Autonomy and New Product Development Performance, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, 2013.

J. Chen and Sawhney, M., Beyond Product Innovation: The Innovation Radar, Product Development Management Association Research Forum. Orlando, FL, 2010.

J. Chen and Sawhney, M., The Innovation Radar: An Innovation Typology, American Marketing Association Conference. Boston, MA, 2010.

J. Chen and Sawhney, M., Innovation Radar 2.0, Kauffman Symposiums on Entrepreneurship and Innovation Data. Washington, DC, 2008.

P. Patamakul, Chen, J., and Lynn, G., The Role of Autonomous Teams in New Product Development, Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering Technology. Cape Town, South Africa, 2008.

M. Jing, Chen, J., and Lynn, G., Virtual Team, Uncertainty, and New Product Development Performance, International Association for Management of Technology. Beijing, China, 2006.

J. Chen, Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., Uncertainty, Team Empowerment and Time-Based Strategy, Product Development Management Association Research Forum. San Diego, CA, 2005.

M. Jing and Chen, J., Industry Structure and Technological Discontinuity: The Contextual Demands of Entrepreneurial Activity, Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering Technology. Portland OR, 2005.

J. Chen, Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., Speed: Too Much of a Good Thing?, Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering Technology. Portland OR, 2005.

J. Chen, Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., Speed-to-Market and Success in NPD: The Role of Uncertainty, Product Development Management Association Research Forum. Chicago, IL, 2004.

J. Chen, Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., The Role of Uncertainty in Speed to Market and New Product Success, Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering Technology. South Korea, 2004.

Book Chapters


J. Chen, Innovation Speed, in Encyclopedia of Management Theory, SAGE: , 2013.

J. Chen, Environmental Uncertainty, in Encyclopedia of Management Theory, SAGE: , 2013.

J. Chen, Reilly, R., and Lynn, G., Speed: Too Much of a Good Thing?, in Technology Management: A Unifying Discipline for Melting the Boundaries, Portland, OR: , 2005.

Books