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Gregory Fisher

Associate Professor

Marketing


Profile

Academic Background

  • Ph.D., University of Illinois, 2014
  • International MBA, University of South Carolina, 2003
  • B.A. University of Missouri - Kansas City, Economics, 1999

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Miami University (2014 - Present)
  • Instructor, University of Illinois (2011, 2014)
  • Teaching Assistant, University of Illinois (2010 - 2014)
  • Hubbell, Product Marketing Manager (2006 - 2009)
  • Hubbell, Accounting Manager (2004 - 2006)
  • Hubbell, Management Development Rotation Program (2003 - 2004)
  • ICA Fluor Daniel (2002)
  • Burns & McDonnell Consulting Engineers (1999 - 2001)

Selected Publications

  • Friend, Scott B., Avinash Malshe, and Gregory J. Fisher, (2020). "What Drives Customer Re-Engagement? The Foundational Role of the Service-Sales Interplay in Episodic Value Co-Creation." Industrial Marketing Management, 84 (1), 271-286.
  • Zuo, Li, Gregory J. Fisher, and Zhi Yang, (2019). "Organizational Learning and Technological Innovation: The Distinct Dimensions of Novelty and Meaningfulness that Impact Firm Performance," Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 47 (6), 1166-1183.
  • Rindfleisch, Aric, Alan J. Malter, and Gregory J. Fisher, (2019). "Self-Manufacturing via 3D Printing: Implications for Retailing Thought and Practice," Marketing in a Digital World (Review of Marketing Research, Volume 16), Naresh K. Malhotra (Ed.) Emerald Publishing Limited, 167-188.
  • Johnson, Jeff S., Gregory J. Fisher, and Scott B. Friend, (2019). "Crowdsourcing Service Innovation Creativity: Environmental Influences and Contingencies," Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, 27 (3), 251-268.
  • Tang, Tanya (Ya), Gregory J. Fisher, and Eric (Er) Fang, (2019). "The Effects of Community-Based New Product Development Strategies on Project Performance," Future-Focused Strategic Marketing, Babu John Mariadoss and Raj Echambadi (Eds.), Nova Science Publishers, 281-317.
  • Fisher, Gregory J., and William J. Qualls, (2018). "A Framework of Interfirm Open Innovation: Relationship and Knowledge Based Perspectives," Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 33 (2), 240-250.
  • Fisher, Gregory J., and Eric (Er) Fang, (2018). "Customer-Driven Innovation: A Conceptual Typology, Review of Theoretical Perspectives, and Future Research Directions," Handbook of Research on New Product Development, Peter Golder and Debanjan Mitra (Eds.). Edward Elgar Publishing, 60-80.
  • Stanko, Michael A., Gregory J. Fisher, and Marcel Bogers, (2017). "Under the Wide Umbrella of Open Innovation," Journal of Product Innovation Management, 34 (4), 543-558.
  • Tang, Tanya Ya, Gregory J. Fisher, and William J. Qualls, (2016). "Interfirm Alliance Configuration as a Strategy to Reduce Shareholder Risk", Journal of Business Research, 69 (3), 1199-1207.
  • Yao, Zheng, Zhi Yang, Gregory J. Fisher, Chaoqun Ma, and Eric (Er) Fang, (2013). "Knowledge Complementarity, Knowledge Absorption Effectiveness, and New Product Performance: The Exploration of International Joint Ventures in China," International Business Review, 22 (1), 216-227.
  • Ma, Chaoqun, Zhi Yang, Zheng Yao, Greg Fisher, and Eric (Er) Fang, (2012). "The Effect of Strategic Alliance Resource Accumulation and Process Characteristics on New Product Success: Exploration of International High-Tech Strategic Alliances in China," Industrial Marketing Management, 41 (3), 469-480.

Honors & Awards

  • Sheth Doctoral Fellowship, 2013
  • Irwin Fellowship, 2012 - 2013
  • AMA / Sheth Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2012
  • Sheth / Sudman Research Award, 2011 - 2012

Biography

Greg Fisher is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Miami University's Farmer School of Business. He completed his Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Illinois - Gies College of Business and joined the Miami faculty in August 2014. Additionally, he earned an International MBA from the University of South Carolina - Moore School of Business, where he was a Darla Moore Fellow, and a BA in Economics from the University of Missouri at Kansas City, where he was a University of Missouri Curators Scholar. His research interests in marketing strategy explore marketing capabilities, interorganizational learning, marketing alliances, open innovation, 3D printing, and new product development. Prior to his academic career, he held positions in B2B marketing management, accounting management, and consulting.

Courses

  • FALL 2020
  • MKT 495 A HYBRID MW|MW 8:00AM-9:50AM|8:00AM-9:50AM WEB |FSB 3061A
  • MKT 495 B HYBRID MW|MW 10:05AM-11:55AM|10:05AM-11:55AM WEB |FSB 3061A
  • MKT 495H A HYBRID MW|MW 8:00AM-9:50AM|8:00AM-9:50AM FSB 3061A|WEB
  • MKT 495H B HYBRID MW|MW 10:05AM-11:55AM|10:05AM-11:55AM FSB 3061A|WEB
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