Business model innovation from an open systems perspective: structural challenges and managerial solutions

@inproceedings{Berglund2013BusinessMI,
  title={Business model innovation from an open systems perspective: structural challenges and managerial solutions},
  author={Henrik Berglund and Christian Sandstr{\"o}m},
  year={2013}
}
  • Henrik Berglund, Christian Sandström
  • Published 2013
  • Engineering
  • There is an emerging consensus that business models are systemic and transcend firm boundaries. Yet, existing research on Business Model Innovation (BMI) challenges focus almost exclusively on intra-firm factors such as capabilities, cognition and leadership. We explore challenges related to BMI by instead drawing on an open systems perspective on organisations. In particular, we argue that the systemic and boundary-spanning nature of business models imply that firms are forced to act under… CONTINUE READING

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