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Business Models
TLDR
It is argued that the BISE community offers distinct and unique competencies that can be harnessed for significant research contributions to this field and within this research gap three distinct streams are delineated.
Business Models: An Information Systems Research Agenda
The business model concept, although a relatively new topic for research, has garnered growing attention over the past decade. Whilst it has been robustly defined, the concept has so far attracted
Behavioral Mechanisms Prompted by Badges: The Goal-Gradient Hypothesis
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The research empirically investigates the applicability of the goal-gradient hypothesis to the activation of user contributions on a popular German Question & Answer community through badges and finds that the quantity ofuser contributions increases substantially in the days shortly before earning the next badge, and peak on the day of the promotion.
Software tools for business model innovation: current state and future challenges
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A comprehensive taxonomy that identifies 43 characteristic functions of software-based business model development tools is provided, and a classification of existing software tools for the taxonomy is provided to support practitioners’ decision making on tool (re-)design and investment.
IT/IS Project Portfolio Selection in the Presence of Project Interactions - Review and Synthesis of the Literature
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This work shall support decision-makers in the identification of possible interactions among IT/IS project proposals by developing a framework that provides a structured perspective on deterministic, intratemporal interactions.
A new perspective on resource interactions in IT/IS project portfolio selection
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This article presents a structured identification process for resource interactions among IT/IS projects, using allocation, performance, and sourcing interactions, and presents a tailored mathematical decision model that accounts for the identified interactions.
Business Model Representation Incorporating Real Options: An Extension of e3-Value
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The graphical notation necessary for option modeling and a corresponding extension of the formal e3-value ontology are developed and illustrated in a case study how the proposed extensions can support options reasoning and also serve as a basis for the correct financial analysis of a business model.
Decomposing the Variance of Consumer Ratings and the Impact on Price and Demand
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A model which considers durable goods that are characterized by three types of attributes: search attributes, experience attributes, and transformed attributes provides a theoretical explanation for the empirically observed j-shaped distribution of consumer ratings in e-commerce that differs from established explanations.
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