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2015Dramawan1PENGARUH RISIKO KEUANGAN DAN PERTUMBUHAN PENJUALAN PADA PROFITABILITAS DAN NILAI PERUSAHAAN PROPERTYJurnal Buletin Studi EkonomiFinancial Risk, Sales Growth, profitabilitas and Value of the Firm
2018RomiUmiyati2PENGARUH PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI DAN UPAH MINIMUM TERHADAP KEMISKINAN DI KOTA JAMBISocial and EconomicsEconomic Growth, Provi nsial Minimum Wage, Poverty
2009Fahrurrozi1FAKTA ILMIAH DIBALIK PENGGUNAAN MULSA PLASTIK HITAM PERAK DALAM PRODUKSI TANAMAN SAYURANOrasi Ilmiah
2015Novita1PENGARUH KOMPETENSI DAN DISIPLIN KERJA TERHADAP KINERJA KARYAWAN PADA PT. RATU POLA BUMI BANDAR LAMPUNG TAHUN 2013Jurnal Magister ManajemenCompetency, Discipline, Employees Performance
2016Wibowo1PENGARUH LINGKUNGAN KERJA, DISIPLIN KERJA DAN MOTIVASI TERHADAP KINERJA KARYAWAN INDOMARET DI SEMARANGWorking PaperWork Environment, Work Dicipline, Work Motivation dan Employee Performance
2009TaufiqHartati4PERTUMBUHAN TIRAM MUTIARA (Pinctada maxima) PADA KEPADATAN BERBEDAIlmu KelautanKerang Mutiara, Pinctada Maxima, kepadatan, pertumbuhan spesifik
2014DenzianaIndrayenti3CORPORATE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EFFECTS OF MACRO ECONOMIC FACTORS AGAINST STOCK RETURNJurnal Akuntansi & KeuanganROA, ROE, Interest Rate, Exchange Rate and Stock Returns
2019Fradilla1PENGARUH EARNING PER SHARE (EPS), RETURN ON EQUITY (ROE), DAN NET PROFIT MARGIN (NPM) TERHADAP RETURN SAHAM PERUSAHAAN SUB SEKTOR MAKANAN DAN MINUMAN DI BURSA EFEK INDONESIA (BEI)Jurnal Manajemen KeuanganEPS, ROE, NPM, Ukuran Perusahaan, pertumbuhan Penjualan dan Return Saham
2017SugiantoNugraha2ANALISIS KOMPARATIF METODE RASIO KEUANGAN DAN ECONOMIC VALUE ADDED UNTUK MENILAI KINERJA KEUANGAN PERUSAHAANJurnal EcomomicaLaporan Keuangan, Rasio keuangan, Economic Value Added
2002MahmoodFarooq4EFFECT OF MULCHING ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF POTATO CROPAsian Journal of Plant Science Vol. 1 No. 2Mulching Effect, growth, yield, potato, Solanum tuberosum
2014Ni'matillahAshari4PENGARUH MACAM BAHAN TANAM PADA PERTUMBUHAN DAN HASIL TIGA VARIETAS STROBERI (Fragaria sp.)Jurnal Produksi TanamanPlanting Material, Fragaria Sp., Strawberry, variety
2002NoorhadiHutomo2KAJIAN VOLUME DAN FREKUENSI PEMBERIAN AIR TERHADAP IKLIM MIKRO PADA TANAMAN JAGUNG BAYI (Zea mays. L) DI TANAH ENTISOLSains TanahVolume and Frquency of water, Micro climate, baby Corn
2015DiniNurhayati2PENGARUH KINERJA KEUANGAN TERHADAP RETURN SAHAM PADA PERUSAHAAN MANUFAKTUR YANG TERDAFTAR DI BURSA EFEK INDONESIAJurnal AkuntanikaKinerja Keuangan, return saham, dan perusahaan manufaktur
1988Belk1POSSESSIONS AND THE EXTENDED SELFJournal of Consumer Research
2012SamiatiBahrun3PENGARUH TAKARAN MULSA TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN DAN PRODUKSI SAWI (Brassica juncea L.)Berkala Penelitian Agronomiwatering interval, rice straw mulch, growth, production, mustard
2015ShellyMunzir2DETERMINAN STRUKTUR MODAL DAN PENGARUHNYA TERHADAP NILAI PERUSAHAANJurmal Manajemen dan KeuanganWholesale, retail, investasi, struktur ,odal, nilai perusahaan, likuiditas, profitabilitas, analisa jalur
2017ManurungSuminarti2PENGARUH MULSA PADA PERTUMBUHAN DAN HASIL TIGA VARIETAS STROBERI (Fragaria sp.)Working PaperMedium Land, Mulch, Strawbery, Variety
2006OosterhoutWaarts3Change factors requiring agility and implications for ITEuropean Journal of Information Systems 15enterprise agility; change factors; information technology; measurement
2011TallonPinsonneault2Competing Perspectives on the Link Between Strategic Information Technology Alignment and Organizational Agility: Insights from a Mediation Model MIS Quarterly, Vol. 35, No. 2Agility, strategic IT alignment, environmental change, volatility, IT infrastructure flexibility, IT rigidity traps, industry clockspeed
2015Sajdak1Compilation of operational
and strategic agility
for ensuring the highest efficiency
of company operations
Economics and Management Volume 7 operational agility, strategic agility, adaptation, flexibility, efficiency, change
2016VagnoniKhoddami2Designing Competitivity Activity Model through the strategic agility approach in a turbulent environmentforesight Vol. 18
2014HuangPan3Developing information processing capability
for operational agility: implications from a
Chinese manufacturer
European Journal of Information Systems 23operational agility; operational decision making; information processing
capability; case study
1996DEANSHARFMAN2Does Decision Process Matter? A Study of Strategic Decision-Making EffectivenessThe Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 39, No. 2
2009CarmeliSheaffer3Does participatory
decision-making in top
management teams enhance
decision effectiveness and
firm performance?
Personnel Review
Vol. 38 No. 6
2016TeecePeteraf3Dynamic Capabilities and
Organizational Agility:
RISK, UNCERTAINTY, AND STRATEGY
IN THE INNOVATION ECONOMY
California Management Review, Vol. 58, No. 4
1997TeecePisano3Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic ManagementStrategic Management Journal, Vol. 18, No. 7competences; capabilities; innovation;
strategy; path dependency; knowledge asset
2012ChenSiau2Effect of Business intelligence and IT Infrastructure Flexibility on organizational AgilityThirty Third International Conference on Information Systems
2017Ravichandran1Exploring the relationships between IT competence innovation capacity and organizational agilityJournal of Strategic Information SystemsIT strategy
Agility
IT competence
Complementarities
2015SparksMcCann2Factors influencing business intelligence system use
in decision making and organisational performance
Int. J. Sustainable Strategic Management, Vol. 5, No. 1business intelligence system; BIS; management decision making;
partial least squares structural equation modelling; PLS-SEM; organisational
performance benefits; use of information.
1996Veliyath1Hypercompetition: Managing the Dynamics of Strategic Maneuvering,The Academy of Management Review, Vol. 21, No. 1
2007Tallon1Inside the adaptive enterprise: an information technology
capabilities perspective on business process agility
Inf Technol Manage 9IT capabilities IT infrastructure flexibility
Process agility IT governance Environmental dynamism
2013ChenWang3IT capability and organizational performance:
the roles of business process agility and
environmental factors
European Journal of Information SystemsIT capability; organizational performance; business process agility; environmental
factors
2018Denning1Lessons in strategic agility from two Drucker Forum thought leadersStrategy & Leadership, Vol.
46
2008MorganPage2Managing business transformation to
deliver strategic agility
Strat. Change 17
1998HanKim3Market Orientation and Organizational Performance: Is Innovation a Missing Link?Journal of Marketing, Vol. 62, No. 4
2004ImWorkman2Market Orientation, Creativity, and
New Product Performance in
High-Technology Firms
Journal of Marketing
Vol. 68
2012Zvi1Measuring the perceived effectiveness of decision support systems and their impact
on performance
Decision Support Systems 54Decision support systems
Simulation
Effectiveness
Performance
2006AgarwalShankar3Modeling the metrics of lean, agile and leagile supply chain:
An ANP-based approach
European Journal of Operational Research 173Agility; Flexibility; Supply chain; Analytic network process
2006KUMKALE1Organization’s Tool For Creating Competitive Advantage:Strategic AgilityBalkan and Near Eastern Journal of Social SciencesStrategic agility, strategic sensitivity, rapid response, competitive advantage
2018ŽITKIENĖDEKSNYS2Organizational Agility Conceptual ModelMontenegrin Journal of Economics
Vol. 14, No. 2
Organization agility,
business,
conceptual model,
market environment,
organizational framework.
2010ZelbstGreen3Relationships among market
orientation, JIT, TQM, and agility
Industrial Management & Data
Systems
Vol. 110 No. 5
Market orientation, Operations and production management, Just-in-time,
Total quality management
2013Mavengere1Role of Information Systems for Strategic Agility in Supply Chain Setting: Telecommunication Industry StudyElectronic Journal Information Systems Evaluation Volume 16strategic agility, strategic sensitivity, strategic response, collective capabilities, Information systems role, supply chain, telecommunication study
2003SambamurthyBharadwaj3Shaping Agility through Digital Options: Reconceptualizing the Role of Information Technology in Contemporary FirmsMIS Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 2IT competence, strategic agility,
digital options, process capital, knowledge capital
2015ShinLee4Strategic agility of Korean small and medium
enterprises and its influence on operational
and firm performance
Int. J. Production EconomicsStrategic agility, Operational responsiveness, Firm performance, Korean small and
medium enterprises (SMEs), Structural equation modeling
2014WeberTarba2Strategic Agility: A State of
the Art
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY VOL. 56, NO. 3
2015Vecchiato1Strategic planning and organizational
flexibility in turbulent environments
 Foresight, Vol. 17 No. 3Strategic management, Flexibility, Volatility, Uncertainty management,
Strategic decision making, Strategic foresight, Environmental uncertainty
2016NavarroAcosta3Structured knowledge processes and firm performance: The role of
organizational agility
Journal of Business Research 69Knowledge processes
Organizational agility
Firm performance
Knowledge Conversion
2018BaskaradaKoronios2The 5S organizational agility framework: a dynamic
capabilities perspective
International Journal of Organizational Analysisorganizational agility, dynamic capabilities, strategic management, organizational
transformation, absorptive capacity
2017KantenKanten4THE ANTECEDENTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY: ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE, DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES AND CUSTOMER ORIENTATIONGlobal Business Research Congress (GBRC)Organization Agility, Dynamic Capabilities, Organizational Structure, Customer Orientation
1997BrownEisenhardt2The Art of Continuous Change: Linking Complexity Theory and Time-Paced Evolution in
Relentlessly Shifting Organizations
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 42, No. 1
2014WixomAriyachandra10The Current State of Business Intelligence in
Academia: The Arrival of Big Data
Volume 34, Article 1business intelligence, business analytics, big data, decision support systems, teaching, pedagogy,
survey, IS field, curriculum development
2008DozKosonen2The Dynamics of Strategic Agility:
Nokia’s Rollercoaster Experience
CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW VOL. 50, NO. 3
2007Hamel1The Future of
Management
1997CHRISTENSEN1The Innovator’s Dilemma When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Failthe President and Fellows of Harvard College
2017AkhtarKhan4The Internet of Things, dynamic data and information processing
capabilities, and operational agility
Technological Forecasting & Social ChangeInternet of Things
Dynamic capabilities
Dynamic data and information processing
Operational agility
Data and knowledge intensive services
2017SawyPark3The Role of Business Intelligence and Communication Technologies in Organizational Agility: A Configurational ApproachJournal of the Association for Information Systems Volume 18Sensing Agility, Decision Making Agility, Acting Agility, Business Intelligence Technology, Communication Technology, Configurational Paradigm, Fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA).
2013Mavengere1The Role of Information Systems in
Promoting Strategic Agility in Supply
Chains
Journal of Information Technology Case
and Application Research Volume 15, Number 4
2017QueirozTallon4The role of IT application orchestration capability in improving
agility and performance
Journal of Strategic Information SystemsIT capability
IT applications
Dynamic capability
Strategic orientation
Process agility
Performance
2016Nafei1The Role of Organizational Agility in Enhancing Organizational
Excellence: A Study on Telecommunications Sector in Egypt
International Journal of Business and Management; Vol. 11, No. 4organizational agility, organizational excellence
2011SeebachPahlke3TRACKING THE DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS OF
CUSTOMERS: HOW FIRMS CAN IMPROVE
THEIR SENSING ABILITIES TO ACHIEVE
BUSINESS AGILITY
European Conference on Information Systems
(ECIS)
Online Consumer Search Behavior, Business Agility, Market Sensing, Sales Forecasting.
2008LiLin3The nature of market orientation
and the ambidexterity of
innovations
Management Decision
Vol. 46 No. 7
Market orientation, Innovation, Business enterprise, Competitive strategy
2017KaulioThorén3Double ambidexterity: How a Telco incumbent used businessmodel
and technology innovations to successfully respond to
three major disruptions
Creat Innov Manag
2018Kwasnicki1AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS AS AN
EVOLUTIONARY SCIENCE
Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 23Evolutionary economics; spontaneous order; Austrian School
of Economics; neo-Schumpeterian economics; institutionalism; social
Darwinism; natural selection; competition as rivalry process
2014KleinBylund2The place of Austrian economics in contemporary
entrepreneurship research
Austrian economics and entrepreneurship researchIsrael M. Kirzner . Entrepreneurship . Opportunity. Discovery. Judgment .
Management
2016PedersenGwozdz3Exploring the Relationship Between Business Model Innovation,
Corporate Sustainability, and Organisational Values within
the Fashion Industry
Journal of Business EthicsBusiness model innovation Corporate
sustainability Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
Organisational values Financial performance
2002CalantoneCavusgil3Learning orientation, firm innovation capability, and firm performanceIndustrial Marketing Management 31Learning orientation; Innovation; Firm performance
2018DattaSahaym3Unpacking the Antecedents of Crowdfunding
Campaign’s Success: The Effects of Social Media
and Innovation Orientation
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1998HurleyHult2Innovation, Market Orientation, and
Organizational Learning: An
Integration and Empirical
Examination
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2006SiguawSimpson3Conceptualizing Innovation Orientation: A Framework for Study
and Integration of Innovation Research
J PROD INNOV MANAG 23
2011StockZacharias2Patterns and performance outcomes
of innovation orientation
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1993KRUEGERDICKSON2PERCEIVED SELF-EFFICACY AND PERCEPTIONS
OF OPPORTUNITY AND THREAT
Psychological Reports
2001CHATTOPADHYAYGLICK3ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIONS IN RESPONSE TO THREATS
AND OPPORTUNITIES
Academy of Management Journal
2009Misra1"Understanding perceived organizational identity during crisis and change:
A threat/opportunity framework"
Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 22Organizational change, Perception, Corporate identity, Employee behaviour
2013NogueraAlvarez3Socio-cultural factors and female entrepreneurshipInt Entrep Manag J 9Female entrepreneurship . Women entrepreneurship . Socio-cultural
factors . Institutional economics . GEM. Catalonia
2016TsaiChang3Refining the linkage between perceived capability
and entrepreneurial intention: roles of perceived
opportunity, fear of failure, and gender
Int Entrep Manag JPerceived capability . Entrepreneurial intention . Perceived opportunity .
Gender . GEM
2008LiLinThe nature of market orientation and the ambidexterity of
innovations
Management Decision
Vol. 46 No. 7
Market orientation, Innovation, Business enterprise, Competitive strategy
Paper type Research paper
2008TsaiChou3The curvilinear relationships between responsive and proactive market
orientations and new product performance: A contingent link
Industrial Marketing Management 37Responsive market orientation; Proactive market orientation; New product performance; Technological turbulence; Competitive intensity
2011CattaniFerriani4PROJECT-BASED ORGANIZING
AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT:
A LONG-TERM RESEARCH
AGENDA ON TEMPORARY
ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS
Advances in Strategic
Management, Vol. 28
2011BlockerFlint4Proactive customer orientation and its role for creating
customer value in global markets
J. of the Acad. Mark. Sci.Proactive customer orientation . Market
orientation . Customer value . Buyer-seller relationships
2017OzdemirKandemir3The role of horizontal and vertical new product alliances in responsive and proactive
market orientations and performance of industrial manufacturing firms
Industrial Marketing ManagementBusiness-to-business new product alliances
Proactive market orientation
Responsive market orientation
New product performance
Organizational learning
2018PetzoldBarbat4Impact of responsive and proactive market
orientation on SME performance: The moderating
role of economic crisis perception
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences (Can J Adm Sci)proactive market orientation, responsive market
orientation, SME performance, economic crisis perception, locus of control
2019BregeKindström2Exploring proactive market strategiesIndustrial Marketing ManagementMarket strategy
Proactivity
Strategic orientations
Case study
Business-to-business marketing
1982CHAKRAVARTHY1Adaptation: A Promising Metaphor
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1993HowellAvolio2Transformational Leadership, Transactional Leadership, Locus of
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2002Chesbrough Rosenbloom2The Role of the business model in capturing value from innovation : evidence from Xerox Corporation's Technology spin-off CompanyIndustrial and Coorporate Change, Volume 11, Number 3
2003HedmanKalling2The business model concept: theoretical
underpinnings and empirical illustrations
European Journal of Information Systems 12
2006Markides1Disruptive Innovation: In Need of Better TheoryJ PROD INNOV MANAG 23
2007Chesbrough1Business model innovation: it’s not just
about technology anymore
STRATEGY & LEADERSHIP VOL. 35 NO. 6
2007ZottAmit2Business Model Design and the Performance of
Entrepreneurial Firms
OrganizationScience
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2008ZOTTAMIT2THE FIT BETWEEN PRODUCT MARKET STRATEGY
AND BUSINESS MODEL: IMPLICATIONS FOR FIRM
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2009SantosSpector3Toward a Theory of Business Model Innovation within Incumbent FirmFaculty & Research Working Paper business model, innovation, competitive strategy, corporate strategy, value creation, strategic renewal
2010MasanellRicart2From Strategy to Business
Models and onto Tactics
Long Range Planning 43
2010Chesbrough1Business Model Innovation:
Opportunities and Barriers
Long Range Planning 43
2010DemilLecocq2Business Model Evolution: In
Search of Dynamic Consistency
Long Range Planning 43
2010GambardellaMcGahan2Business-Model Innovation:
General Purpose Technologies
and their Implications for
Industry Structure
Long Range Planning 43
2010Teece1Business Models, Business
Strategy and Innovation
Long Range Planning 43
2011SorescuFrambach5Innovations in Retail Business ModelsJournal of Retailing 87SBusiness model; Retailing; Innovation; Value creation; Value appropriation
2011ZottAmit3The Business Model: Recent Developments
and Future Research
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innovation; business model; value creation; value capture; strategy
2012AguinisGlavas2What We Know and Don’t Know About
Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review
and Research Agenda
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Vol. 38 No. 4
corporate social responsibility; sustainability; microfoundations of corporate
social responsibility; corporate citizenship; corporate social performance
2012AmitZott2corporate social responsibility; sustainability; microfoundations of corporate
social responsibility; corporate citizenship; corporate social performance
Spring Vol. 53 no. 3
2012BoydHaynes5Contingency Hypotheses in Strategic
Management Research: Use, Disuse, or Misuse?
Journal of Management
Vol. 38 No. 1
contingency theory; strategic management; research methods
2012TrimiMirabent2Business model innovation in entrepreneurshipInt Entrep Manag J 8Business model . Entrepreneurship . New technology-based firms .
Business innovation . Customer development model . Lean start-up
2013FullerHaefliger2Business Models and Technological InnovationLong Range Planning 46
2013BerglundSandström2Business model innovation from an open systems
perspective: structural challenges and managerial
solutions
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solutions.
2013Fielt1Conceptualising Business Models: Definitions, Frameworks
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Journal of Business Models Vol. 1, No. 1business model, business model classification, business model concept, business model definition, business model element,
business model framework, customer value, value creation.
2013Mishra1Business model for Indian retail sector:
The Cafe Coffee Day case
In conversation with V.G. Siddhartha, Chairman,
Coffee Day
IIMB Management Review 25Retail business model;
Indian retail;
Caf e Coffee Day;
Customer value
proposition;
Revenue model
2013SCHNEIDERSPIETH2BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION: TOWARDS
AN INTEGRATED FUTURE RESEARCH AGENDA
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Vol. 17, No. 1
Business model innovation; business model development; business models;
research agenda; literature review; strategic entrepreneurship.
2014AhokangasMyllykoski2The Practice of Creating and Transforming a Business ModelJournal of Business Models Vol. 2, No. 1Business model creation, business model transformation, practices, business opportunities, competitive advantage.
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2014JohanssonAbrahamsson2Competing With the Use of Business Model innovation
- an Exploratory Case Study of the Journey of Born Global Firms.
Journal of Business Models Vol. 2, No. 1Internationalization, born global firms, business model innovation, dynamic capabilities
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state of the art and future
challenges for the field
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2014ZolnowskiWeiß3Representing Service Business Models with the Service Business Model
Canvas - The Case of a Mobile Payment Service in the Retail Industry
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2015AversaFurnari3Business model configurations and performance:
A qualitative comparative analysis in Formula
One racing, 2005–2013
Industrial and Corporate Change
2015CucculelliBettinelli2Business models, intangibles and firm performance:
evidence on corporate entrepreneurship from Italian
manufacturing SMEs
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Corporate entrepreneurship Business model
innovation Italy Intangibles Firm performance
2015Koçoğluİmamoğlu5Exploring the Unseen: A Collective Emotional Framework in
Entrepreneurial Orientation and Business Model Innovation
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2015SaebiFoss2Business models for open innovation: Matching heterogeneous open
innovation strategies with business model dimensions
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Open innovation strategies
Business models
Organizational design
2016AngeliJaiswal2Business Model Innovation for
Inclusive Health Care Delivery at
the Bottom of the Pyramid
Organization & Environment Vol. 29
2016BerendsSmits3Learning while (re)configuring:
Business model innovation
processes in established firms
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Vol. 14
business model, cognitive search, experiential learning, innovation, organizational learning, process
research
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2016SaebiLien3What Drives Business Model Adaptation? The Impact of
Opportunities, Threats and Strategic Orientation
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2016WirtzPistoia4Business Models: Origin, Development and Future Research
Perspectives
Long Range Planning 49
2017AdrodegariSaccani2Business models for the service transformation of industrial
firms
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business models; literature
review; product service
system; servitization
2017FossSaebi2Fifteen Years of Research on Business
Model Innovation: How Far Have We Come,
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business model; business model innovation; literature review; design and boundaries
2018CosenzNoto2A dynamic business modelling approach to design and
experiment new business venture strategies
Long Range Planning 51Business models
Business model design
Startup
Business strategy
System dynamics modelling
Case study
2018FossSaebi2Business models and business model innovation: Between
wicked and paradigmatic problems
Long Range Planning 51
2018RitterLettl2The wider implications of business-model researchLong Range Planning 51Business model
Typology
Definition
Archetype
Logics
Alignment
2018Teece1Business models and dynamic capabilitiesLong Range Planning 51Dynamic capabilities
Business model design
Organizational design
Strategy
Intellectual property
2012SchalteggerFreund3Business cases for sustainability: the role of
business model innovation for corporate
sustainability
Int. J. Innovation and Sustainable Development, Vol. 6, No. 2business case for sustainability; business case drivers; business
model for sustainability; sustainability innovation, radical innovation; corporate
sustainability; corporate social responsibility; CSR; sustainability strategies;
proactive environmental strategies; strategic management; framework;
conceptual model.
2011Johan1Business manoeuvring:
a model of B2B selling processes
Management Decision
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B2B selling, Selling process, Decision making, Sales management, Business process
2013BoonsFreund2Business models for sustainable innovation: state-of-the-art and
steps towards a research agenda
Journal of Cleaner Production 45Sustainable innovation
Sustainable business model
Business model for sustainability
Literature review
Research agenda
2014BohnsackPinkse3Business models for sustainable technologies: Exploring businessmodel evolution in the case of electric vehiclesResearch Policy 43Sustainable technologyBusiness modelsEvolutionPath dependenciesElectric vehicles
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United Kingdom, Hotels,
Performance measurement,
Financial performance
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Measurement and
Management in Nonprofit
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2001MillerLee2The people make the process: commitment to employees,
decision making, and performance
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2004ChiouHsieh3The Effect of Franchisors’ Communication,
Service Assistance, and Competitive Advantage
on Franchisees’ Intentions to Remain in
the Franchise System
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2008SkrinjarVuksic3The impact of business process
orientation on financial and
non-financial performance
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Process management, Organizational performance, Mathematical modeling
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Integrating BSC and AHP
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BSC
Balanced scorecard
AHP
Analytic hierarchy process
Multi-criteria decision-making
2018Williams1Measuring family business
performance: research trends
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Journal of Family Business ManagementFamily business, Performance measure, Financial measures, Non-financial measures,
Subjective measures, Objective measures
2019LavadoGopalakrishnan3Product radicalness and firm performance in B2B marketing: A moderated
mediation mode
Industrial Marketing ManagementRadical innovation
New product advantage
Customer unfamiliarity
Manufacturing
Services
B2B
2019LinYip4The adoption of technological innovations in a B2B context and its impact
on firm performance: An ethical leadership perspective
Industrial Marketing Management
2020CaroCarrion4The effect of information
technology assimilation on firm
performance in B2B scenarios
Industrial Management & Data
Systems
Business to business, Partial least squares, Absorptive capacity, Organisational performance, IT
assimilation, Organisational agility
2018NabassAbdallah2Agile manufacturing and
business performance
The indirect effects of operational
performance dimensions
Business Process Management
Journal
Jordan, Operational performance, Agile manufacturing, Business performance, Mediating effects
2018KumarBak5An empirical analysis of supply and
manufacturing risk and business
performance: a Chinese manufacturing
supply chain perspective
Supply Chain Management: An International JournalChina, Manufacturing, Performance, Empirical study, Supply chain disruptions, Supply risk
2015SimonBartle6Business leaders’ views
on the importance of strategic
and dynamic capabilities
for successful financial
and non-financial business
performance
International Journal of
Productivity and Performance
Management
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Capabilities, Business performance
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2015OztekinDelen5The Influence of Knowledge Management on Financial
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financial performance; structural equation modeling; service
industry.
2015Firmansyah1Building value creation through the resources, new product development and
competitive strategy to increase business performance
(a Study at Indonesia Telecommunication Industry)
International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 3 No. 2Business Performance, Competitive Strategy, New Product Development, Resources, Value
Creation.
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