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Dynamisk Affärsmodellsstyrning

Widenfors, Charlie LU ; Holmberg, Andrea LU ; Martinez, Sebastian LU and Gustafson, Victor LU (2016) FEKH19 20152
Department of Business Administration
Abstract (Swedish)
Purpose: The study aims to develop Amit & Zott (2014) framework that links the two perspectives the business model and dynamic capability approach.

Scientific Method: A quantitative case study based on pattern matching. The study was made built through a cross-sectional design and has a deductive approach. Primary data was collected through semi-structures interviews. Secondary data was collected by retrieving consolidation reports, a business plan and electronic sources.

Theoretical perspectives: The Business Model, Dynamic Capability Approach

Empirical foundation: The Empirical data was primarily gathered through interviews with people in leading positions within Smiling Faces AB. Complementary empirical data has been gathered... (More)
Purpose: The study aims to develop Amit & Zott (2014) framework that links the two perspectives the business model and dynamic capability approach.

Scientific Method: A quantitative case study based on pattern matching. The study was made built through a cross-sectional design and has a deductive approach. Primary data was collected through semi-structures interviews. Secondary data was collected by retrieving consolidation reports, a business plan and electronic sources.

Theoretical perspectives: The Business Model, Dynamic Capability Approach

Empirical foundation: The Empirical data was primarily gathered through interviews with people in leading positions within Smiling Faces AB. Complementary empirical data has been gathered from Smiling Faces internal documents and financial statements.

Conclusion: A correlation between Paus Management ® and Amit & Zott (2014) framework of dynamic business models could be established. Though there were some minor indifferences encountered, which would further decrease this study's validity. In conclusion, further research has to be conducted in order to completely validate Amit & Zott (2014) framework about dynamic business models. (Less)
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Widenfors, Charlie LU ; Holmberg, Andrea LU ; Martinez, Sebastian LU and Gustafson, Victor LU
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FEKH19 20152
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Swedish
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8771107
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  abstract     = {Purpose: The study aims to develop Amit & Zott (2014) framework that links the two perspectives the business model and dynamic capability approach.

Scientific Method: A quantitative case study based on pattern matching. The study was made built through a cross-sectional design and has a deductive approach. Primary data was collected through semi-structures interviews. Secondary data was collected by retrieving consolidation reports, a business plan and electronic sources.

Theoretical perspectives: The Business Model, Dynamic Capability Approach

Empirical foundation: The Empirical data was primarily gathered through interviews with people in leading positions within Smiling Faces AB. Complementary empirical data has been gathered from Smiling Faces internal documents and financial statements.

Conclusion: A correlation between Paus Management ® and Amit & Zott (2014) framework of dynamic business models could be established. Though there were some minor indifferences encountered, which would further decrease this study's validity. In conclusion, further research has to be conducted in order to completely validate Amit & Zott (2014) framework about dynamic business models.},
  author       = {Widenfors, Charlie and Holmberg, Andrea and Martinez, Sebastian and Gustafson, Victor},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Dynamisk Affärsmodellsstyrning},
  year         = {2016},
}