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DescriptionThe field of business models is about to become a core management discipline alongside accounting, finance, organization etc. Business model optimization and the commercialization of innovative ideas and new technologies will become a politically driven issue in the light of sustainability pressures. This book emphasizes how three major tendencies in business – networking, innovating and globalizing – are achieved through a business model perspective and how business models and profitability to greater extent become intertwined.
- Overview of the book
- Networking, innovating and globalizing
- Value configuration
- Driving out the business model
- Archetypes of business models: looking for patterns
- Sum-up questions for chapter 1
- Business model typologies
- Business model characteristics
- Towards business model building blocks
- Sum-up questions for chapter 3
- Service-profit chain
- The strategic systems auditing framework
- Strategy maps
- Intellectual capital statements
- Chesbroughs open business model framework
- Business model canvas
- Sum-up questions for chapter 4
- What defines a network based business model?
- Barriers and challenges
- Sum-up questions for chapter 5
- What is the value creation process?
- Why might the value creation process be difficult to discover?
- What is a value creation map?
- The building process: A two-step method
- Refining the value creation map
- Value creation maps and indicators
- Pros and cons 95
- Sum-up questions for chapter 6
- Discussion: Single vs. multi BM innovation
- Sum-up questions for chapter 7
- Setting the scene
- Tensions at the inception
- Dyadic tensions
- Sum-up questions for chapter 8
- The demand and supply of value-creation information
- The business model and business reporting
- Good advice on communicating business models
- Sum-up questions for chapter 9
- Information needs of investors and analysts
- Background on the market for information
- Gaining a competitive edge in the market for information
- Information trigger-points for investors
- Analysts as infomediaries
- Translated to the real world context this means…
- Sum-up questions for chapter 10
- The analytical guideline
- The process of evaluating business models
- Sum-up questions for chapter 11
About the Author
Christian Nielsen (cand.oecon., ph.d.) er ansat som lektor ved Aalborg Universitet og leder forskningscenteret CREBS (Center for Research Excellence in Business modelS). Derudover koordinerer Christian kandidatgraden i økonomistyring og varetager flere ledelseshverv på og uden for universitetet. Han har tidligere arbejdet som økonom, konsulent og aktiestrateg og er en ofte benyttet kilde i de finansielle medier. Christian Nielsens forskning tager udgangspunkt i kommunikation og forståelse af strategiske informationer og præstationsmålinger og knytter således, via repræsentationen af virksomhedens forretningsmodel, bånd imellem den interne præstationsmålingstankegang og den eksterne analytikers forståelsesrammer. Christian Nielsen har publiceret en lang række videnskabelige artikler både i danske og internationale tidsskrifter.
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