Resource and Competence (Internal) View vs. Environment and Market (External) View When Defining a Business

@article{Dahle2018ResourceAC,
  title={Resource and Competence (Internal) View vs. Environment and Market (External) View When Defining a Business},
  author={Yngve Dahle and Anh Nguyen-Duc and Martin Steinert and Roman Chizhevskiy},
  journal={2018 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC)},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-9}
}
Startups is a popular phenomenon that has a significant impact on global economy growth, innovation and society development. However, there is still insufficient understanding about startups, particularly, how to start a new business in the relation to consequent performance. Toward this knowledge, we have performed an empirical study regarding the differences between a Resource and Competence View (Internal) vs Environment and Market View (External) when defining a Business. 701 entrepreneurs… Expand
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