Marolt et al. (2016) Comparative Analysis of Business Model Ontologies

Marolt, Marjeta and Maletic, Damjan and Borstnar, Mirjana K. and Lenart, Gregor and Pucihar, Andreja

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Business models are typically used to explain how companies create and capture value from innovations. A number of tools and techniques are available to support companies to define, evaluate or plan the implementation of business models. This study undertakes a critical and comprehensive review of the literature to identify the tools most widely used for managing business model innovation. In this regard, this study provides insights about the usefulness of tools for business development and business model innovation. The characteristics of individual tools are presented and discussed as well.

Citation Marjeta Marolt, Damjan Maletic, Mirjana K. Borstnar, Gregor Lenart, Andreja Pucihar (2016). Comparative Analysis of Business Model Ontologies. 35th International Conference on Organizational Science Development, vol. March. URL

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@article{marolt2016comparative,
author = {Marolt, Marjeta and Maletic, Damjan and Borstnar, Mirjana K. and Lenart, Gregor and Pucihar, Andreja},
journal = {35th International Conference on Organizational Science Development},
title = {{Comparative Analysis of Business Model Ontologies}},
url = {https://www.researchgate.net/publication/299367834_Comparative_Analysis_of_Business_Model_Ontologies},
volume = {March},
year = {2016}
}

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