publication . Article . Other literature type . 2009

Business model dynamics: a case survey

Mark de Reuver; Bouwman, H.; Macinnes, I.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Apr 2009
  • Publisher: Universidad de Talca
In the turbulent world of e-commerce, companies can only survive by continuously reinventing their business models. However, because most studies look at business models as snapshots in time, there is little insight into how changing market-related, technological and regulatory conditions generally drive revisions in business models. In this paper, we examine which types of external drivers are strongest in forcing business models to change throughout their life cycle. To do so, we study 45 longitudinal case descriptions on business model dynamics of (networks of) organizations in various industries. The results of this survey indicate that technological and mar...
free text keywords: Business models, Business model dynamics, Business model design, Start-ups, Case survey, General Business, Management and Accounting, Computer Science Applications
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