The purpose of this paper is to present some evidence on the role of management models in the implementation or in the transformation of the business models, highlighting the pivotal role of managerial dynamic capabilities. The analysis provides relevant lines of managerial action both strategic and operational levels.
An innovative conceptual analysis is proposed. Managerial dynamic capabilities play a central role in the coupled link between management model and business model at the organizational level.
The authors propose a highly usable and generalizable conceptual model for management practices, strategic planning and operational assessment.
This paper investigates a new emerging research stream of management innovation theory. The research presents a new and innovative conceptual analysis of management model and business model alignment. This theme has not been explored in prior researches and represents an experiment to pair the management model and the business model evidence.
The authors would thank Vincenzo Pisano, Dimo Dimov and Salvatore Cardamone for precious suggestions.
Basile, A. and Faraci, R. (2015), "Aligning management model and business model in the management innovation perspective: The role of managerial dynamic capabilities in the organizational change ", Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 28 No. 1, pp. 43-58. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOCM-10-2013-0199Download as .RIS
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