An eBusiness Design and Evaluation Framework - Consideration of Options from an Entrepreneurial, Technical and Operational Perspective

@inproceedings{Joyce2004AnED,
  title={An eBusiness Design and Evaluation Framework - Consideration of Options from an Entrepreneurial, Technical and Operational Perspective},
  author={Philip Joyce and Graham Winch},
  year={2004}
}
The development of business models for eBusiness is helpful in allowing researchers and practitioners to organise their thoughts about different eBusiness options. However, it can be argued that many of the business models for eBusiness are static in nature and only provide a historical view. Indeed, these models are of limited value in providing guidance as to how to link the broad strategic concept with the detail of the required business processes in the operating eBusiness. This paper draws… CONTINUE READING

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