This chapter adopts a problem-solving perspective to analyze the competitive dynamics of innovation ecosystems. We argue that features such as uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, entail different knowledge requirements which explain the varying abilities of focal firms to coordinate the ecosystem and benefit from the activities of their suppliers, complementors, and users. We develop an analytical framework to interpret various instances of coupling patterns and identify four archetypical types of innovation ecosystems.
Brusoni, S. and Prencipe, A. (2013), "The Organization of Innovation in Ecosystems: Problem Framing, Problem Solving, and Patterns of Coupling", Collaboration and Competition in Business Ecosystems (Advances in Strategic Management, Vol. 30), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 167-194. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0742-3322(2013)0000030009Download as .RIS
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