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Innovation Management: Strategies, Implementation, and Profits
1: Introduction and Overview. PART I. Fundamentals. 2: Models of Innovation. 3: Competencies and Endowments. 4: Sources and Transfers of Innovation. PART II. Strategizing. 5: Recognizing theExpand
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Internet Business Models and Strategies
Note: Second edition, August, 2002. Adopted within the first year of publication by 155 universities in 20 countries worldwide and translated into Chinese, Korean, Italian, Russian, and Polish;Expand
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Users as Innovators: A Review, Critique, and Future Research Directions
What role do users play during innovation? Ever since it was argued that users can also be the sources of innovation, the literature on the role of users during innovation has grown tremendously. InExpand
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A Critical Assessment of Business Model Research
Ever since the Internet boom of the mid-1990s, firms have been experimenting with new ways of doing business and achieving their goals, which has led to a branching of the scholarly literature onExpand
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Are network effects really all about size? The role of structure and conduct
Rooted in neoclassical economics, network effects research has revolved around size, arguing that the more users a network has, the more valuable that network will be to each user. I argue that aExpand
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Strategic Innovation: New Game Strategies for Competitive Advantage
Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction to New Game Strategies and Overview 2. Assessing the Profitability Potential of a Strategy 3. The Long Tail and New Games Part 2: Strengths and Weaknesses 4.Expand
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Responding to Structural Industry Changes: A Technological Evolution Perspective
We argue that the sears for a dynamic theory of strategy and for a link between the product-market and resource-based views may be incomplete without an exploration of the evolution of the technologyExpand
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The Hypercube of Innovation
Abstract Innovation has frequently been categorized as either radical, incremental, architectural, modular or niche, based on the effects which it has on the competence, other products, andExpand
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Does a focal firm's technology entry timing depend on the impact of the technology on co-opetitors?
Abstract In this paper, I explore the role that the impact of a technological change on a firm's co-opetitors plays in the firm's technology entry timing. I hypothesize that where a co-opetitorExpand
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A model of the Internet as creative destroyer
The extent to which a technological change is a creative destroyer is of interest to entrepreneurs who can exploit the opportunity and to incumbents who must defend their existing competitive advantages . Expand
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