Managing Customer-Driven Business Model Innovation
The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry is now reaching saturation point in terms of growth, and constantly increasing demand for services can no longer be taken for granted. Customers have lot of options, and firms have to compete for business ever more intensely. In order to provide evidence of best practices in such environments, this paper reports a case study on customer-driven business model innovation. The resulting four-phase process framework is based on findings from a Pan-Nordic ICT service provider's recently implemented R&D project. On the theoretical level, the framework builds on the value-network and resource-based approaches, whereas in practice it may be useful to firms intending to innovate and redesign their business model in an attempt to provide superior customer value.
Volume (Year): 16 (2012)
Issue (Month): 04 ()
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