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  • Boje, David Michael, 1947-, et al. (författare)
  • A ‘storytelling science’ approach making the eco-business modeling turn
  • 2020
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - 2246-2465.
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: To develop a transdisciplinary ecological-business model paradigm (eco-business modelling).Design Methodology Approach: We do that in four steps. First step is an analysis of the ways triple bottom line and circular economy emplotments have colonized and co-opted the United Nations and European Union Agenda 2030 initiatives by privileging business-as-usual scenarios of ‘sustainable development.Findings: The challenge is instead to create comprehensive ecological business models that foster worst-case and best case scenario comparisons with status quo business-as-usual.Originality Value: We propose that business modeling is about storytelling, making ‘bets on the future’ scenarios and propose a ‘five worlds of storytelling model’ to business modeling.Research Implications: ‘New Business models’ (NBMs) research is getting beyond silo building to develop interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary theory, research, and praxis that is ecologically accountable. The contribution is to propose a ‘self-correcting’ storytelling method of iterative, ‘crossover storytelling conversations’ as a way of developing collaborative ‘interdisciplinary research projects’ across specialized business model disciplines. We contend that self-correcting storytelling conversations fit scientific methods of inquiry to allow business modelers comparison of alternative future scenarios for more effective risk management.Practical Implications: We call for crossover conversations that challenge unintended consequences of the triple bottom line and circular economy business models.Social Implications: With ozone depletion, climate change, natural resource depletion, loss of biodiversity and habitat — there are pressures to develop ecologically sensitive business models.
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  • Buser, Martine, 1967, et al. (författare)
  • Developing New Sustainable Strategy: The Struggle of Small and Medium Swedish Contractors Companies to Experiment with Business Models
  • 2020
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business models. - 2246-2465. ; 8:2, s. 101-114
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: This paper analyses the efforts and challenges met by Small and Medium contractors to develop new business models when struggling to implement retrofit solutions for single house owners’ renovation.  Design/methodology/approach: The paper builds on a four years action research project with 21 Swedish contractors from the Gothenburg region testing the business model canvas to develop energy efficient solutions. The project method includes 67 interviews with craftsmen and their customers, 18 workshops gathering the companies in two groups to develop new sustainable business models and 16 shadowing of visits to their customers.  Findings : Our study underlines how SMEs contractors concentrated on their technical core business tend to underestimate their customer relationship. Both customer segments and relationships escape from formalisation as these companies do not dare to exclude any client and are inclined to reduce customer relationship to personal interaction. Besides, these project base companies are challenged by the blocks presented by the canvas and struggle to match the model with their own organisation.  Original value: Differently to most researches on business models and sustainability, this paper addresses the concrete difficulties construction SMEs face when implementing business models.
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  • Havemo, Emelie, 1987- (författare)
  • Communicating The Business Model at a Swedish Start-Up : An Interpretive Study
  • 2019
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - : Aalborg Universitetsforlag. - 2246-2465. ; 7:2, s. 14-30
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: Although the notion of articulating and communicating ideas is central to theories of business models, the current literature has scarcely explored how business models are used and communicated by practitioners. The label “business model” itself can both organize and construct beliefs and actions. The purpose of this paper is to explore the roles of practitioner-described business models by using an interpretive approach.Design/Methodology/Approach: The study is based on the case study of a Swedish technology start-up with a business model labelled “hardware plus software”. The firm’s conceptualizations of this business model in public and non-public sources were analysed in order to show how a practitioner-described business model was used.Findings and Contributions: The business model label can be used at different organizational levels using different levels of abstraction, and may include multiple—and sometimes conflicting—perspectives. The paper shows how a practitioner-defined business model label served as a communication device by supporting three roles: communicating strategy, learning from others, and articulating identity.Originality/Value: The study introduces the notion of the business model as a communication device by showing how the label itself both enables and constrains interpretations of the firm in practice. The finding of parallel representations contradicts the implicit assumption that firms refer to a “single business model” by showing the diversity of articulations of the business model depending on the time frame, the role of the communicator, and communication arenas.
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  • Jan, Michalak, et al. (författare)
  • Business Model Disclosures in Corporate Reports
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - 2246-2465. ; 5:1, s. 51-73
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: In this paper, we investigate the development, the current state, and the potential of business model disclosures to illustrate where, why and how organizations might want to disclose their business models to their stakeholders. The description of the business model may be relevant to stakeholders if it helps them to comprehend the company ‘story’ and increase understanding of other provided data (i.e. financial statements, risk exposure, sustainability of operations). It can also aid stakeholders in the assessment of sustainability of business models and the whole company. To realize these goals, business model descriptions should fulfil requirements of users suggested by various guidelines. Design/Methodology/Approach: First, we review and analyse literature on business model disclosure and some of its antecedents, including voluntary disclosure of intellectual capital. We also discuss business model reporting incentives from the viewpoint of shareholders, stakeholders and legitimacy theory. Second, we compare and discuss reporting guidelines on strategic reports, intellectual capital reports, and integrated reports through the lens of their requirements for business model disclosure and the consequences of their use for corporate report users. Third, we present, analyse and compare examples of good corporate practices in business model reporting. Findings: In the examined reporting guidelines, we find similarities, e.g. mostly structural but also qualitative attributes, in their presented information: materiality, completeness, connectivity, future orientation and conciseness. We also identify important differences between their frameworks concerning the target audience of the reports, business model definitions and business model disclosure requirements. Discontinuation of intellectual capital reporting conforming to DATI guidelines provides important warnings for the proponents of voluntary disclosure – especially for International Integrated Reporting Council guidelines. Still, because relatively few studies have examined the preparation and use of business model disclosures, we suggest areas for further research. Originality/Value: This paper is the first that investigates, analyses, and compares the three most common reporting frameworks that contain business model reporting and disclosures.
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  • Johansson, Marlene, et al. (författare)
  • Competing with the use of business model innovation : an exploratory case study of the journey of born global firms
  • 2014
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - 2246-2465. ; 2:1, s. 33-55
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: The purpose of this article is to investigate how business models are used by born global firms to act upon new business opportunities and how they manage business model innovation over time to prosper and grow.Design/Methodology: The study is based on three exploratory case studies of born global firms in mobile communication, financial services and digital music distribution.   Findings: Three interrelated capabilities to manage business model innovation are articulated in the context of born global firms; sensing capabilities, entrepreneurial capabilities and relational capabilities and four propositions are formulated. We find that business model innovations are used as a tool by maturing born global firms to navigate the value chains and achieve international growth. We further propose that born global need the capabilities to balance different business model designs simultaneously and to manage its business model innovation in a timely manner.Originality: This article contributes to both the business model literature and research of international entrepreneurship. By putting business model research into the dynamic context of rapidly internationalizing born global firms, we contribute to the field of business model research with findings of how business models are used in the internationalization processes. Certain capabilities are needed to manage business model innovation for born global firms to dynamically use business models as a tool in the international growth overtime. 
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  • Malmström, Malin, et al. (författare)
  • Practicing Business Model Management in New Ventures
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - : Journal of Business Models. - 2246-2465. ; 5:1, s. 1-13
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to enhance the knowledge of business modeling in the early phases byexploring its core components and the management of those components. This will be achieved by answeringthe following exploratory questions: What aspects of business model components do entrepreneurs processin the early stages? How do entrepreneurs process those aspects?Design/Methodology/Approach: In this qualitative study, data was collected during semi-structured interviewswith six entrepreneurs.Findings: The findings support the argument that when studying the early stages of business model management, to gain a richer understanding of the entrepreneurial process, acknowledging the resource activities isimportant. Our findings highlight that cash and competence appear to be essential focus in managing businessmodel components in early stage. We also found that entrepreneurs may create resource slack that allowsbusinesses to carve out a competitive position in the marketplace by focusing on business model designand management.Originality/Value: Although business model research is developing rapidly, one prominent gap in the field ishow entrepreneurs manage their business models in the early start-up stages. In particular, there is a lack of knowledge about what entrepreneurs focus on in their business model management in early start-up stagesand how they manage these aspects, an area to which this research contributes.
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  • Petri, Carl-Johan, 1970- (författare)
  • Using an innovative price model to leverage the business model – The case of price model innovation in the largest Swedish taxi company
  • 2014
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - : Aalborg Universitetsforlag. - 2246-2465. ; 2:1, s. 56-70
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose: The purpose of the paper is to describe how the biggest Swedish taxi company (Taxi Kurir) developed an innovative price model to leverage the business model.Design/methodology/approach : The empirical data in the article describe Taxi Kurir’s development of a new price model. Data about the Swedish taxi market and about Taxi Kurir has been compiled though interviews and document studies. Detailed information about the background, development and implementation of Taxi Kurir’s new price model has been captured through interviews with representatives from Taxi Kurir.Findings : Based on both the empirical example, and other investigations, we have found that a company can create substantial changes in their price model, by just changing some of its basic characteristics. A well designed price model can contribute to leveraging the intentions of the business model.Practical implications : Most academic and practical texts about business models consider pricing to be an important component. However, they typically do not refer to the specifics of the price- or revenue models. According to the literature review in this paper, and the empirical findings, the configuration of a company’s price model should be aligned with its business model. This will contribute to leveraging the business model.Originality/value: The Swedish taxi market is one of the most deregulated in the world. Differently from most other countries, any individual or company can start and operate a taxi business. This case offers a unique description on how the biggest company in the market responded to the competition by introducing a fundamentally new price model, by making a small change in one of the dimensions in their existing price model.
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  • Rumble, Ryan (författare)
  • The Startup Jungle : Four-dimensional Business Modelling
  • 2019
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - : Aalborg Universitetsforlag. - 2246-2465. ; 7:3, s. 25-36
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The Startup Jungle is a four-dimensional business-modelling tool used in Masters level entrepreneurship education. It combines a metaphorical jungle landscape with the dynamics of interplay to map business ecosystems, model new ones, develop implementation strategies, consider consequences, and scenario plan.
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  • Rumble, Ryan, 1986 (författare)
  • The Startup Jungle: Four-dimensional Business Modelling
  • 2019
  • Ingår i: Journal of Business Models. - 2246-2465. ; 7:3, s. 25-36
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The Startup Jungle is a four-dimensional business-modelling tool used in Masters level entrepreneurship education. It combines a metaphorical jungle landscape with the dynamics of interplay to map business ecosystems, model new ones, develop implementation strategies, consider consequences, and scenario plan.
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