Disruptive Technology: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 1st Edition

  • Published By: Business Science Reference
  • ISBN-10: 1522592741
  • ISBN-13: 9781522592747
  • DDC: 338
  • 2186 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2020 | Published/Released December 2019
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2020

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The proliferation of entrepreneurship, technological and business innovations, emerging social trends and lifestyles, employment patterns, and other developments in the global context involve creative destruction that transcends geographic and political boundaries and economic sectors and industries. This creates a need for an interdisciplinary exploration of disruptive technologies, their impacts, and their implications for various stakeholders widely ranging from government agencies to major corporations to consumer groups and individuals. This title is a vital reference source that examines innovation, imitation, and creative destruction as critical factors and agents of socio-economic growth and progress in the context of emerging challenges and opportunities for business development and strategic advantage. Topics include IT innovation, business strategy, and sustainability. For entrepreneurs, business executives, business professionals, academicians, and researchers.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Business Strategies and Disruptive Technologies: An Overview Within the Disruptive Innovation Theory.
3: Start-Up: A New Conceptual Approach of Innovation Process.
4: Effective Mechanisms for Accessing Technology and Innovation Strategies: Why and Who Innovate, How to Innovate?.
5: Innovation Concept Challenges: Troubles on the SMEs Way to Innovate.
6: Understanding the Key Attributes for a Successful Innovation Culture.
7: Moving Forward a Parsimonious Model of Eco-Innovation: Results from a Content Analysis.
8: Entering a New World: The Identity Work of Older South African Indian Male Entrepreneurs in the Digital Era.
9: Globalization, Innovation, and Marketing Philosophy: A Critical Assessment of Role of Technology in Defining New Dimensions.
10: Development and Design Methodologies.
11: IT-Driven Business Model Innovation: Sources and Ripple Effects.
12: Sustainable Competitive Advantage Through Business Model Innovation: The Indian Perspective.
13: Conceptualizing Corporate Entrepreneurship Capability and Its Linkages Towards Firm Performance.
14: Business Model Development for Stability, Sustainability, and Resilience.
15: Actors in the Emerging Internet of Things Ecosystems.
16: Exploring the Systematic Business Model Innovation: Designing Architecture for a Cloud-Based Collaboration Support Environment.
17: Clinical Applications: Infrared Thermal Diagnosis of Orthopaedic Injuries in Childhood.
18: The Business Transformation Framework for Managers in Business Innovation Transformation Projects: Business Architecture Managerial Recommendation.
19: A Holistic Model for Linking Sustainability, Sustainable Development, and Strategic Innovation in the Context of Globalization.
20: Technology Transfer Projects in the UK: An Analysis of University-Industry Collaboration.
21: Cultural Tourism O2O Business Model Innovation: A Case Study of CTrip.
22: An Innovative Company in a Smart City: A Sustainable Business Model.
23: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Participation in Standardization: Developing a Calculation Tool.
24: International Soft Landings of Wetland Entrepreneurship in Asia.
25: Decoding Success Factors of Innovation Culture.
26: The Role of Internal Standardization in Business Models: An Activity Configurations Perspective.
27: Entrepreneurial Knowledge-Based Strategies for Organizational Development: A Case of Tecnológico de Monterrey Mexico.