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Managing Business Strategically - Articles Summary

Summary of the following articles: (Session 1) 1. Teece, D.J. 2010. Business models, business strategy and innovation. Long Range Planning, 43(2-3): 172-194. 2. Rietveld, J. 2018. Creating and capturing value from freemium business models: A demand‐side perspective. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 12(2): 171-193. 3. Casadesus-Masanell, R., & Ricart, J.E. 2011. How to design a winning business model. Harvard Business Review, 89(1-2): 100-107. (Session 2) 1. Eisenhardt, K., & Martin, J.A. 2000. Dynamic capabilities: what are they? Strategic Management Journal, 21(10-11, Special Issue): 1105-1121. 2. Helfat, C.E., & Peteraf, M.A. Managerial cognitive capabilities and the microfoundations of dynamic capabilities. Strategic Management Journal, 36(6): 831-850. 3. Birkinshaw, J., Zimmermann, A., & Raisch, S. 2016. How do firms adapt to discontinuous change? Bridging the dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity perspectives. California Management Review, 58(4): 36–58. (Session 3) 1. Chen, M. J. 1996. Competitor analysis and interfirm rivalry: Toward a theoretical integration. Academy of Management Review, 21(1): 100-134. 2. Nadkarni, S., Pan, L., & Chen, T. 2019. Only timeline will tell: Temporal framing of competitive announcements and rivals’ responses. Academy of Management Journal, 62(1): 117–143. 3. Zahra, S. A., & Chaples, S. S. 1993. Blind spots in competitive analysis. Academy of Management Executive, 7(2): 7-28. (Session 4) 1. Benner, M.J., & Tripsas, M. 2012. The influence of prior industry affiliation on framing in nascent industries: the evolution of digital cameras. Strategic Management Journal, 33(3): 277-302. 2. Shaheer, A, & Li, S. 2018. The CAGE around cyberspace? How digital innovations internationalize in a virtual world. Journal of Business Venturing, in press. 3. Kane, G.C., Palmer, D., Phillips, A.N., Kiron, D., & Buckley, N. 2015. Strategy, not Technology, Drives Digital Transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Session 5) 1. Hannah, D. P., & Eisenhardt, K. M. 2018. How firms navigate cooperation and competition in nascent ecosystems. Strategic Management Journal, 39(12): 3163-3192. 2. Adner, R. 2017. Ecosystem as structure: An actionable construct for strategy. Journal of Management, 43(1): 39–58. 3. Fuller, J., Jacobides, M.G., & Reeves, M. 2019. The myths and realities of business ecosystems. MIT Sloan Management Review, 60(3): 1-9. (Session 6
) 1. Landsman, V., & Stremersch, S. 2011. Multihoming in two-sided markets: An empirical inquiry in the video game console industry. Journal of Marketing, 75(6), 39–54. 2. Rietveld, J., & Eggers, J. P. 2018. Demand heterogeneity in platform markets: Implications for complementors. Organization Science, 29(2): 304-322. 3. Kane, G.C., Palmer, D., Phillips, A.N., Kiron, D., & Buckley, N. 2015. Strategy, not Technology, Drives Digital Transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review —> 2x?

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