publication . Article . Other literature type . 2015

BUSINESS MODEL PATTERNS FOR DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

BENJAMIN AMSHOFF; CHRISTIAN DÜLME; JULIAN ECHTERFELD; JÜRGEN GAUSEMEIER;
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  • Published: 27 May 2015 Journal: International Journal of Innovation Management, volume 19, issue 3, pages 1,540,002-1
Abstract
<jats:p> Companies nowadays face a myriad of business opportunities as a direct consequence of manifold disruptive technology developments. As a basic characteristic, disruptive technologies lead to a severe shift in value-creation networks giving rise to new market segments. One of the key challenges is to anticipate the business logics within these nascent and formerly unknown markets. Business model patterns promise to tackle this challenge. They can be interpreted as proven business model elements, which reveal valuable insights about pursued business logics. The approach in general helps increasing efficiency in business models design processes, but especia...
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free text keywords: Business model patterns, business models, disruptive technologies, Business case, Business requirements, Process management, Business analysis, Marketing, Business process modeling, Artifact-centric business process model, Business transformation, New business development, Economics, Business architecture
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2015

BUSINESS MODEL PATTERNS FOR DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

BENJAMIN AMSHOFF; CHRISTIAN DÜLME; JULIAN ECHTERFELD; JÜRGEN GAUSEMEIER;