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The Resource Business model innovation in software product industry : bringing business to the bazaar, Kul Bhushan C. Saxena, Swanand J. Deodhar, Mikko Ruohonen

Business model innovation in software product industry : bringing business to the bazaar, Kul Bhushan C. Saxena, Swanand J. Deodhar, Mikko Ruohonen

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Business model innovation in software product industry : bringing business to the bazaar
Title
Business model innovation in software product industry
Title remainder
bringing business to the bazaar
Statement of responsibility
Kul Bhushan C. Saxena, Swanand J. Deodhar, Mikko Ruohonen
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Language
eng
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Saxena, Kul Bhushan C
Dewey number
005.068
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD9696.65.A2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Deodhar, Swanand J.
  • Ruohonen, Mikko
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Management for professionals
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  • Computer software industry
  • Computer software
  • Software engineering
Label
Business model innovation in software product industry : bringing business to the bazaar, Kul Bhushan C. Saxena, Swanand J. Deodhar, Mikko Ruohonen
Instantiates
Publication
Note
5 History of the Penguin: Emergence of Open Source Software Paradigm
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unknown
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online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Software as a Business; Abstract; 1.1 Viewing Engineering of Software from a Business Perspective; 1.2 Free/Open Source Model of Software Development; 1.3 The Bazaar Model of Software Development; 1.4 Software Industry Business Models; 1.5 Software as a Service Business; 1.6 Characteristics of Software as a Service Business; 1.7 Software as a Product Business; 1.8 Characteristics of Software as a Product Business; 1.9 Software as a Hybrid Business; 1.10 Productization; 1.11 Software Product Management (SPM); 1.12 Conclusion; References
  • 2 The Business Model Concept and Its UseAbstract; 2.1 Business Model; 2.2 Definition of a Business Model; 2.3 Goal of a Business Model; 2.4 Business Models and Competitiveness; 2.5 Business Models and Strategy; 2.6 Business Model Ontologies; 2.6.1 Zott and Amit's (2010) Ontology; 2.6.2 Johnson's (2010) Ontology; 2.6.3 Osterwalder and Pigneur's (2010) Ontology; 2.7 Business Model Validation; 2.8 Business Model Evaluation; 2.9 Building a Business Model for a Small Software Company-Mira Software Solutions; 2.10 Conclusion; References; 3 Business Model Innovation; Abstract
  • 3.1 What Is Innovation?3.2 Radical Versus Incremental Innovation; 3.3 Innovation in Software Products; 3.4 Innovation Process Models; 3.5 Business Model Innovation; 3.6 Business Model Innovation Taxonomy; 3.7 An Integrative Framework of Business Model Innovation; 3.7.1 Initiation; 3.7.2 Ideation; 3.7.3 Integration; 3.7.4 Implementation; 3.8 Business Model Innovation Implementation Challenges; 3.8.1 Dual Business Models; 3.8.2 Organizational Ambidexterity; 3.8.3 Business Model Innovation and First Mover Advantages; 3.9 Business Model Innovation in SMEs
  • 3.9.1 Business Model Innovation in SMEs in Developed Countries3.9.2 Business Model Innovation in SMEs in Developing Countries; 3.10 Commercialization in SMEs; 3.11 Open Innovation; 3.11.1 Challenges of Open Innovation; 3.11.2 Open Innovation Activities; 3.11.3 Open Innovation in SMEs; 3.11.4 Value of Open Innovation; 3.12 Open Business Models; 3.12.1 Outside-In Process for Open Business Model Innovation; 3.12.2 Inside-Out Process for Open Business Model Innovation; 3.12.3 Coupled Process for Open Business Model Innovation; 3.13 Business Model Innovation After an Acquisition
  • 3.14 Business Model Innovation by Using Social Media3.15 Conclusion; References; 4 Innovations and Organizational Change; Abstract; 4.1 Innovative Organizations; 4.2 Organizational Ambidexterity; 4.3 Innovations in Engineering Service Firms: A Case Study€(Dymyd 2015); 4.4 Ambidexterity in Software Business€(Martini 2015); 4.4.1 Agile Software Development and Ambidexterity; 4.5 Ambidexterity and Organization Culture; 4.5.1 Resources; 4.5.2 Processes; 4.5.3 Success in Innovation; 4.5.4 Values; 4.5.5 Behaviours; 4.5.6 Climate; 4.6 Conclusion; References
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1 online resource (165 pages).
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online
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9788132236528
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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ocn960166241
Label
Business model innovation in software product industry : bringing business to the bazaar, Kul Bhushan C. Saxena, Swanand J. Deodhar, Mikko Ruohonen
Publication
Note
5 History of the Penguin: Emergence of Open Source Software Paradigm
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Software as a Business; Abstract; 1.1 Viewing Engineering of Software from a Business Perspective; 1.2 Free/Open Source Model of Software Development; 1.3 The Bazaar Model of Software Development; 1.4 Software Industry Business Models; 1.5 Software as a Service Business; 1.6 Characteristics of Software as a Service Business; 1.7 Software as a Product Business; 1.8 Characteristics of Software as a Product Business; 1.9 Software as a Hybrid Business; 1.10 Productization; 1.11 Software Product Management (SPM); 1.12 Conclusion; References
  • 2 The Business Model Concept and Its UseAbstract; 2.1 Business Model; 2.2 Definition of a Business Model; 2.3 Goal of a Business Model; 2.4 Business Models and Competitiveness; 2.5 Business Models and Strategy; 2.6 Business Model Ontologies; 2.6.1 Zott and Amit's (2010) Ontology; 2.6.2 Johnson's (2010) Ontology; 2.6.3 Osterwalder and Pigneur's (2010) Ontology; 2.7 Business Model Validation; 2.8 Business Model Evaluation; 2.9 Building a Business Model for a Small Software Company-Mira Software Solutions; 2.10 Conclusion; References; 3 Business Model Innovation; Abstract
  • 3.1 What Is Innovation?3.2 Radical Versus Incremental Innovation; 3.3 Innovation in Software Products; 3.4 Innovation Process Models; 3.5 Business Model Innovation; 3.6 Business Model Innovation Taxonomy; 3.7 An Integrative Framework of Business Model Innovation; 3.7.1 Initiation; 3.7.2 Ideation; 3.7.3 Integration; 3.7.4 Implementation; 3.8 Business Model Innovation Implementation Challenges; 3.8.1 Dual Business Models; 3.8.2 Organizational Ambidexterity; 3.8.3 Business Model Innovation and First Mover Advantages; 3.9 Business Model Innovation in SMEs
  • 3.9.1 Business Model Innovation in SMEs in Developed Countries3.9.2 Business Model Innovation in SMEs in Developing Countries; 3.10 Commercialization in SMEs; 3.11 Open Innovation; 3.11.1 Challenges of Open Innovation; 3.11.2 Open Innovation Activities; 3.11.3 Open Innovation in SMEs; 3.11.4 Value of Open Innovation; 3.12 Open Business Models; 3.12.1 Outside-In Process for Open Business Model Innovation; 3.12.2 Inside-Out Process for Open Business Model Innovation; 3.12.3 Coupled Process for Open Business Model Innovation; 3.13 Business Model Innovation After an Acquisition
  • 3.14 Business Model Innovation by Using Social Media3.15 Conclusion; References; 4 Innovations and Organizational Change; Abstract; 4.1 Innovative Organizations; 4.2 Organizational Ambidexterity; 4.3 Innovations in Engineering Service Firms: A Case Study€(Dymyd 2015); 4.4 Ambidexterity in Software Business€(Martini 2015); 4.4.1 Agile Software Development and Ambidexterity; 4.5 Ambidexterity and Organization Culture; 4.5.1 Resources; 4.5.2 Processes; 4.5.3 Success in Innovation; 4.5.4 Values; 4.5.5 Behaviours; 4.5.6 Climate; 4.6 Conclusion; References
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (165 pages).
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9788132236528
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn960166241

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