Handbook of Research on Business Models in Modern Competitive Scenarios

Editor/Author Jamil, George Leal, Jamil, Liliane Carvalho and Magalhaes Pessoa, Claudio Roberto et.al
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 978-1-5225-7265-7
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 89
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Dec 2021
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The Handbook of Research on Business Models in Modern Competitive Scenarios depicts how business models contribute to strategic competition in this new era of technological and social changes as well as how they are conceptualized, studied, designed, implemented, and in the end, how they can be improved.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Section 1: A Word From the Organizers
  • Chapter 1: Choosing a Business Model
  • Chapter 2: Business Models Applicable to IoT
  • Chapter 3: Reflecting on the Orchestra Metaphor
  • Section 2: Theoretical Studies on Business Models
  • Chapter 4: Business Models
  • Chapter 5: New Business Models for Global Economy
  • Chapter 6: Dynamic Business Model
  • Chapter 7: Innovation in Laboratory Medicine
  • Chapter 8: The Role of Dynamic Capabilities as Influencers of Organizational Intelligence
  • Chapter 9: The Value of Choices
  • Chapter 10: Price Management on Global Digital Subscription Services Using Freemium Business Model
  • Chapter 11: Challenges to Business Models in the Digital Transformation Context
  • Chapter 12: Strategic Vision on the Chain of Decision in Modern Competitive Scenarios
  • Chapter 13: Performing Enterprise Architectures Through Gamified Business Models
  • Chapter 14: Mindset of Design as a Tool for Alignment Between the Brands’ Business Model and Their Value Delivered
  • Chapter 15: The Interdisciplinarity of the Information Science
  • Section 3: Case Studies on Business Models
  • Chapter 16: Effects of Demographic Characteristics on Business Success
  • Chapter 17: The New Financial System
  • Chapter 18: The Business in Orchestras
  • Chapter 19: Integrated Municipal Markets in Central America
  • Chapter 20: People Management and Its Relationship With Business Models
  • Chapter 21: Orquestra Filarmônica de Minas Gerais
  • Chapter 22: Business Models
  • Chapter 23: Firm Performance and Business Models Based on Exports
  • Chapter 24: Creating Shared Value (CSV) and Creating Competitive Business
  • Chapter 25: How Multinational Companies Create and Capture Value From Innovation Through Business Model Dynamics
  • Compilation of References
  • About the Contributors