Business Model Design

Networking, Innovating and Globalizing

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107 pages
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The field of business models is about to become a core management discipline alongside accounting, finance, organization etc.
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Given the global importance of creating innovative business models that create and capture value for broad stakeholder groups in society, and the evident lack of research in this area, Christian Nielsen’s clear vision led to the establishment of the Business...

Christian Nielsen

Christian Nielsen, Ph.d., is Professor at Aalborg University in Denmark. He is Centre Director of CREBS (Center for Research Excellence in Business modelS, www.crebs.aau.dk), the worlds first interdisciplinary research center focusing on business models. Christian has previou...

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The 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.
  1. Network-based business models
    1. What defines a network based business model?
    2. Barriers and challenges
  2. Value creation maps
    1. What is the value creation process?
    2. Why might the value creation process be difficult to discover?
    3. What is a value creation map?
    4. The building process: A two-step method
    5. Refining the value creation map
    6. Value creation maps and indicators
    7. Pros and cons
  3. Strategic innovation – the context of business models and business development
    1. Introduction: a new competitive landscape
    2. Strategic innovation: the background
    3. Defining strategic innovation
    4. Defining business concepts
    5. Discussions
  4. Business model innovation
    1. Method
    2. Analysis
    3. Discussion: Single vs. Multi BM Innovation
    4. Conclusion
  5. Innovative business models on NewConnect
    1. NewConnect and other alternative markets in Europe
    2. Information documents as a way to present business models
    3. Sustainability of innovative business models
    4. Sustainability of business models used by companies on NewConnect – results of empirical research
  6. Globalizing high-tech business models
    1. Setting the Scene
    2. Tensions at the Inception
    3. Dyadic tensions
    4. Conclusion
  7. Business model design
    1. Business model uncertainty
    2. Business model design
    3. Implications for business model practice
  8. References
  9. Endnotes
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2 de marzo de 2019, 12:41
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