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Title Evolving business models : how CEO's transform traditional companies / Christoph Franz, Thomas Bieger, Andreas Herrmann, editors.

Publication Info. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]


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Series Management for Professionals, 2192-8096
Management for professionals, 2192-8096
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
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Contents About the Authors; Introduction: Globalization and the Opening of New Markets; Transformation of Teaching and Research in a Globalized IT-Driven World; 1 Chapter 1: Teaching and Research (The Traditional Paradigm as a Starting Point); 2 Chapter 2: Changes in the Environment (Drivers of a Transformation); 3 Chapter 3: New Models of Teaching and Research (Networks Between State and Market); 4 Chapter 4: Outlook, A Regionally Rooted Faculty-Driven University with Global Reach (The Example of the HSG); 5 Conclusion; References.
Banks Caught Between Regulation, Technical Progress, and Profitability1 Confidence and the Banking Business; 2 Regulation of the Financial Sector; 3 Risk Management; 3.1 Requirements Under Corporate Law; 3.2 Risk Strategy in Financial Institutions; 3.3 Risk Culture; 3.4 Remuneration Policy; 4 Capital and Liquidity; 5 European Banking Union; 6 Regulation and Profitability; 7 Digitization; 8 Commerzbank; Business Models in the Chemical Industry Amid a Changing Competitive Landscape; 1 Introduction; 2 A Brief Overview of the Chemical Industry; 3 Trends in the Chemical Industry.
3.1 Changing Landscape: Rise of Emerging Markets3.2 Regional Diversification: A Special Challenge for Europe; 3.3 Importance of Innovation; 3.4 Sustainability: An Integral Part of Today Business Models; 4 Business Models in the Chemical Industry; 4.1 Competitive Environment; 4.2 Business Models in Comparison; 4.2.1 Basic Chemicals; 4.2.2 Application-Oriented Solutions; 4.2.3 Product Innovation-Driven Specialties; 4.2.4 New Business Model on the Horizon: Circular Economy; 5 Business Model Success Factors and the Next Challenge; 5.1 Portfolio Management as a Precondition.
5.2 Success Factors for a Multi-business Model Company5.3 The Next Challenge: The Impact of Industry 4.0; 6 Conclusion; References; Business Model Innovation: Some Key Success Factors at Bosch; 1 Business Model Innovation at Bosch; 1.1 State-of-the-Art Knowledge and Best Practices for Business Model Innovation; 1.2 Change Perspective to Open Up for New Business Models; 1.3 Core Competencies as Source for Business Model Innovation; 2 Case Studies for Business Model Innovation at Bosch; 2.1 Case Study 1: Parking Reinvented; 2.2 Case Study 2: Corporate and Start-Up as Perfect Complement.
2.3 Case Study 3: Bosch Internal Start-Up Success Story3 Leadership: Key Success Factor for Business Model Innovation; 3.1 Make Room for Creativity; 3.2 Dare to Explore New Territories; 3.3 Find a Strong Mentor in the Organization; 4 Conclusion; References; Environmental Management; 1 Environmental Management; 1.1 Management Rules and Stakeholders; 1.2 Management Rules and Areas of Action; 2 Sustainability Management; 2.1 The ``Energy Revolution; 2.2 The ``Mobility Revolution; 3 Sustainability Management, Risk Management, and Opportunity Management; References; Further Reading.
Summary This book addresses the core challenges currently faced by traditional companies. In the age of digitization many industries are now challenged by disruptions of the traditional value chain: new competitors are coming into play, traditional products don't sell any more, and profits are at risk. As such, CEOs need to adopt new business models for these established industries, while many companies have to reinvent themselves by developing new products for new markets. In this book, leading CEOs share their experiences in transforming established companies. They provide insights on transforming industries and demonstrate what it takes to redefine companies from the ground up. Issues such as organizational transformation, new product development, implementing a new organizational spirit, and many more are discussed.
Subject Business planning.
Chief executive officers.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior.
Business planning. (OCoLC)fst00842819
Chief executive officers. (OCoLC)fst00854175
Management. (OCoLC)fst01007141
Business and Management.
Business Strategy/Leadership.
Innovation/Technology Management.
Organizational theory & behaviour.
Research & development management.
Business strategy.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Franz, Christoph, editor.
Bieger, Thomas, editor.
Herrmann, Andreas, 1964- editor.
Other Form: Print version: Evolving business models. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017] 3319489372 9783319489377 (OCoLC)959950561
ISBN 9783319489384 (electronic bk.)
3319489380 (electronic bk.)
Standard No. 10.1007/978-3-319-48938-4 doi
AU@ 000060745893
DKDLA 820120-katalog:000767544
GBVCP 1004530749
UKMGB 019164555

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