NEBIC: A Dynamic Capabilities Theory for Assessing Net-Enablement

@article{Wheeler2002NEBICAD,
  title={NEBIC: A Dynamic Capabilities Theory for Assessing Net-Enablement},
  author={Bradley C. Wheeler},
  journal={Information Systems Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={13},
  pages={125-146}
}
We propose the Net-Enabled Business Innovation Cycle (NEBIC) as an applied dynamic capabilities theory for measuring, predicting, and understanding a firm's ability to create customer value through the business use of digital networks. The theory incorporates both a variance and process view of net-enabled business innovation. It identifies four sequenced constructs: Choosing new IT, Matching Economic Opportunities with technology, Executing Business Innovation for Growth, and Assessing… CONTINUE READING

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