Sub-theme 46: The Long Shadow of Business Models: Inertia and Improvisation

Convenors:
Stefan Häfliger, Cass Business School, City University London, UK
Vincent Mangematin, Grenoble School of Management, France
Charles Baden-Fuller, Cass Business School, City University London, UK
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, G5
Business Models and Shadows
Chair: Charles Baden-Fuller
Kati Brock and Ksenia Podoynitsyna
Light without a bulb: Applying analogical reasoning in business model innovation
Remi Beulque and Ntsonde Joël
Circular business model innovation: Key patterns and challenges to unleash recycling value creation potential
Paolo Gubitta, Alessandra Tognazzo and Diego Campagnolo
Italian tobacco shops: Innovation and family dynamics in a stigmatized industry
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, G5
Business Model Innovation
Chair: Charles Baden-Fuller
Pamela Mazzocato, Carl Savage and Isis Amer Wåhlin
Where have all the midwives gone? A multiple case study of business model innovation in perinatal care
Agnieszka A. Genc, Henk W. Volberda and Jatinder Sidhu
Industry incumbents and disruptive innovation: The combined effect of human and technological resources, exploratory learning and market orientation via business model innovation
Neva Bojovic, Corine Genet and Valérie Sabatier
The process of business modeling: Bridging cognitive manipulation and real world experimentation
Charlotte Krychowski and Benoît Demil
When are business models likely to be imitated?
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, G5
Business Model Innovation [Posters]
Chair: Charles Baden-Fuller
Carolin Decker-Lange, Noëlle Singer and Florian Schrader
Power and business model change in cultural organizations in Germany
Marc Baumgartner and Vincent Mangematin
Business model: Strategic pretext or new process of strategizing
Edoardo Della Torre, Raoul C.D. Nacamulli and Peter Sheldon
Business model change in meta-organizations: The case of an employer association
Detlef Zühlke, Dominic Gorecky, Tobias Thielen, Gordon Müller-Seitz and Timo Braun
Towards network-based business model Innovations – The example of the SmartFactoryKL
Pamela Sharkey Scott and Vincent Mangematin
Business modelling in the SME internationalization process
Somendra Narayan, Jatinder Sidhu and Henk W. Volberda
Interdependent top managers and business model innovation: The moderating effect of structural interdependence on upper echelon predictions
Dirk Schneckenberg, Patrick Spieth and Kurt Matzler
Uncovering the true nature of the beast: A theoretical framework for business model innovation
Niall Minto, Pamela Sharkey Scott and Vincent Mangematin
Business modelling and isomorphism: How do institutions escape isomorphism and model new strategies?
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, G5
Experimentations and Improvisations
Chair: Vincent Mangematin
Caroline Gauthier, Julie Bastianutti and Meyer Haggège
Managerial capabilities to address digital multisided business models
Veselina Stoyanova, Stoyan Stoyanov and Mehdi Safavi
The role of an exogenous shock in changing RBS business model from a “mainstream” to a “sustainable” bank
Paolo Aversa and Stefan Häfliger
Business model portfolio diversification
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, G5
Experimentations and Improvisations [Posters]
Chair: Vincent Mangematin
Alastair Milne
Representations of the business model concept in the UK B2B and professional publishing industry, 2004–2013
Ritalba Lamendola and Corine Genet
Bricoling business models in new emerging sector
Charles Baden-Fuller, Alessandro Giudici, Stefan Haefliger and Mary Morgan
Business models and value
Romain Gandia and Guy Parmentier
Business model ambidexterity: Combining exploration and exploitation business models in sustainable innovation
Valerio Veglio and Benedetto Lepori
Business models configurations and value creation in higher education
Tatiana Dia and Charles Baden-Fuller
Why do ontological drifts occur? Signaling causation while engaging in effectuation within business model literature
Feng Li, Sam Devlin, Peter Cowling, Daniel Kudenko, Vicky Hodge, Jianhua Shao, Nikolaos Goumagias, Kiran Fernandes and Ignazio Cabras
A conceptual framework of business model emerging resilience
Alexis Laszczuk, Lionel Garreau and Bernard de Montmorillon
Business model emergence and evolution: A sensemaking approach
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, G5
New Directions
Chair: Stefan Häfliger
Adam Dewitte and Xavier Lecocq
Business model innovation under dynamic regulatory constraints: Pursuing growth in the retail industry
Ryan Rumble, Esther Tippmann and Vincent Mangematin
Copious, incoherent, and fleeting: Revisiting how models are used in management practice
Tatu Lyytinen
Social business model design: Element structure and activity system perspectives
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, G5
Teaching Business Models
Chair: Stefan Häfliger and Tatiana Mikhalkina
This is an exchange and discussion about all our experiences with teaching business models. What are good toolkits? What are our preferred didactic approaches? Can we and do we want to share teaching resources?