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R&D Management Conference: 3 - 6 July 2016

From Science to Society: Innovation and Value Creation

Studying at Cambridge

Business model innovation

   

Patrick Spieth 

University of Kassel &

R&D Management Journal

Thomas Clauß

University of Marburg

Dirk Schneckenberg

ESC Rennes School of Business

Vivek Velamuri

HHL Graduate School Leipzig

Business model innovation

Business model innovation (BMI) attracts a continued interest in both business research and practice (Spieth, Schneckenberg & Ricart, 2014; Zott, Amit & Massa, 2011) as a successful business model (BM) is never a permanent given (Comberg, Schneckenberg & Velamuri, 2015). It offers a wide range of avenues for further investigations on the innovation of the value proposition, its value creation/architecture, or revenue model (Schneider & Spieth, 2013; Hock, Clauss & Schulz, 2015). Exemplary sub-topics: Digitalization & BMI; Managerial cognition, dominant logic and BMI; Multiple BMs; Organizational capabilities and processes for BMI; Social and Hybrid BMs; BMs for emerging markets.