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Innovation stratégique et business model des écosystèmes “mobiquitaires”: rôle et identification de l’acteur leader


  • Amel Attour


Au sein d’un écosystème, plusieurs entreprises peuvent endosser le rôle de firme pivot. Cette recherche propose une grille de lecture permettant d’identifier qui et quelles caractéristiques permettent à une firme pivot de se positionner dans le rôle de leader dans les différentes phases du cycle de vie de l’écosystème. Pour cela elle relève d’une démarche ingénierique au sens de Chanal et al. (1997) et s’appuie sur le projet « Nice Futur Campus (NFCampus) » et montre que seule deux fonctions du business model d’une innovation peuvent octroyer le rôle de leader à une firme pivot.

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  • Amel Attour, 2012. "Innovation stratégique et business model des écosystèmes “mobiquitaires”: rôle et identification de l’acteur leader," Working Papers of BETA 2012-12, Bureau d'Economie Théorique et Appliquée, UDS, Strasbourg.
  • Handle: RePEc:ulp:sbbeta:2012-12

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    business models; écosystème d’affaires; innovation; mobiquité; firme pivot.;

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