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after conducting some research I assume that there are major differences regarding the needed emphasis and key success factors of the BMI process depending on the situation a company finds itself in. As described in BMG that could be:
1. a crisis of the existing BM
2. the need for adaption to changing business environments by re-configuring, improving or defending the existing BM
3. generating growth by growing with a new BM (e.g. addressing unmet customer needs, alluring new customers (or both at the same time),…)
4. bringing a new technology to the market (e.g. Xerox)
5. experimenting with and exploring new BM for the future (e.g. Car 2 Go @ Daimler-Benz)
Where would you see differences in the BMI process depending on the situations stated above?
I am trying to find examples and informations (such as case studies) of successful BM Innovators (especially incumbents!) for every of the five different situations above. Do you have any suggestions?
I am very much looking forward to your comments, ideas, hints, etc.!