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Dealing With Disruption

Author : Michael N. Ross
ISBN : 9781317154563
Genre : Business & Economics
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Publishing today requires a presence in local and global markets, and successful publishers can be more effective in reaching both by employing current technology at all stages of the publishing process. Finding the most efficient and profitable business models has become more challenging (and more rewarding) by the same advancements in technology. Michael Ross provides a roadmap to the essential aspects of the international publishing industry, from how to develop content that can be easily adapted to other cultures, to establishing relationships and negotiating licensing and co-publishing contracts. With a discussion of the critical innovations in the industry and through case studies from all stages in the publishing process, the book provides insights into the maturing of digital publishing and the challenges and opportunities provided by new technologies. Many publishing models have emerged over the last 15 years, and technology has made the mechanics of publishing in general, and web publishing in particular, easier. Thus, the role of the professional publisher is being challenged, and issues of quality and trust are now competing with easy access to information. Publishing, in all forms, can be viewed as a conspicuous bellwether for any business that must make strategic and tactical adjustments quickly to innovate and grow. Ross applies principles from both consumer and educational publishing to explore publishing's ongoing 'sea change' and its implications for other industries.
Category: Business & Economics

The Search For Survival

Author : Henry C. Lucas
ISBN : 9781440802775
Genre : Business & Economics
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Ideal for business students, business managers, and corporate senior executives, this book distills the lessons learned from the disasters that have befallen companies that were unable to cope with disruptive technologies.
Category: Business & Economics

The Search For Survival Lessons From Disruptive Technologies

Author : Henry C. Lucas Jr.
ISBN : 9781440802782
Genre : Business & Economics
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Ideal for business students, business managers, and corporate senior executives, this book distills the lessons learned from the disasters that have befallen companies that were unable to cope with disruptive technologies.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : James Bidwell
ISBN : 9781473654761
Genre : Business & Economics
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Compiled by Springwise, the global innovation discovery engine, Disrupt! explains and highlights the best, most disruptive and most useful innovation ideas of the 21st Century, and shows which themes underpin their success and which ideas can best be used to drive creativity in your workplace, office or industry. Springwise has a huge online readership (700k page impressions a month, 31k FB followers, 62k Twitter followers and an email database of 160k names) and a reputation as the number one engine for collating and sharing cutting edge business ideas. Dan Pink describes Springwise as: 'An amazing roundup of new business ideas and surprising business models from around the world'. Seth Godin says: 'Almost too good to share!' This attractively designed book draws on their vast archive and the expertise of their editorial team to create a practical, themed overview of contemporary innovation with simple, implementable strategies for bringing more creativity to your business or idea and more disruption to your industry. It is an indispensable handbook to modern innovation.
Category: Business & Economics

Business Innovation And Disruption In The Music Industry

Author : Patrik Wikström
ISBN : 9781783478156
Genre : Business & Economics
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Patrik Wikström and Robert DeFillippi bring together innovative, multidisclipinary perspectives on business innovation and disruption in the music industry. Authors from fields such as cultural studies, economics, management, media studies, musicology and human geography in North America, Europe and Asia focus on the “second wave” of digital disruption and the transformation of the music industry. The chapters are structured into three parts: the first part contextualizes changes in the music industry that have been driven by digital technologies since the end of the 1990s. The second part unpacks the impact of these disruptive technologies on business models in specific industry sectors and geographies, and the third and final part examines questions related to the emergence of subscription music services. Concluding chapters link back to the role of hackers as a subversive and innovative force in the music economy and examine how hacker creativity can be facilitated and encouraged to generate the next big music industry innovation. This multifaceted look at the music business will serve as a resource for both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as established scholars and industry professionals.
Category: Business & Economics

Phantom Ex Machina

Author : Anshuman Khare
ISBN : 9783319444680
Genre : Computers
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This book explores the factors that make digital disruption possible and the effects this has on existing business models. It takes a look at the industries that are most susceptible to disruption and highlights what executives can do to take advantage of disruption to re-invent their business model. It also examines the pivotal role that technology plays in creating new dynamics to business operations and forcing business model changes. Adoption of digital technology has caused process disruptions in a number of industries and led to new business models (e.g., Über, AirBnb) and new products. In addition to covering some of the more popular and well known examples, this book targets not so obvious disruptions in the education sector and in services and changing business models. Phantom Ex Machina: Digital Disruption’s Role in Business Model Transformation is divided into six parts. The book begins with an introduction to digital disruption and why it matters. The next part of the book focuses on business strategy which includes case studies on the impact of social media and how digital disruption changes pricing strategies and price models. For part three, the authors observe technology’s role in digital disruptions. Chapters cover how 3D printing is challenging existing business models and how the automotive industry is innovating with new perspectives. Part four covers higher education, recognizing digital disruption’s transformation in graduate management education. Part five centers upon the service industry with a look at virtual teams and the emergence of virtual think tanks. Finally the book concludes with a look to the future, embracing disruptions.
Category: Computers

Examining The Causes And Lessons Of The May 6th Market Plunge

Author : Mary L. Schapiro
ISBN : 9781437934533
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The sudden decline and recovery of the U.S. financial markets on May 6, 2010, was unprecedented in its speed and scope. During a 20-minute period on May 6, the U.S. financial markets failed to live up to their price discovery function. Since that day, the SEC has focused intently on moving forward on two fronts. First, the SEC, along with the Commodity Futures Trading Comm., have been engaged in a comprehensive investigation into the events of May 6 to gain a full understanding of what caused the volatility. Second, the SEC has worked with the exchanges to fashion effective measures that will help protect against a recurrence by imposing a limit on the extent to which prices can move in individual stocks before there is a pause in trading. Illus.

Handbook Of Advances In Marketing In An Era Of Disruptions

Author : Atul Parvatiyar
ISBN : 9789352808182
Genre : Business & Economics
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We are in an era of massive disruptions in markets, media, management approaches and business models. These disruptions are being caused by rapid technological changes on the one hand and tectonic shifts in customer preferences and societal behaviour on the other. Marketing knowledge and practices have to advance at a significantly higher pace to address the changing context of market behaviour. Handbook of Advances in Marketing in an Era of Disruptions is meant to share ideas and new knowledge that are relevant to this world of disruptions. Leading scholars from around the world, who have keenly observed the changing market environment, business policies, parameters, theories, methods and practices, have put forth their theses on how marketing thinking needs to evolve to keep pace with the market reality. This book is dedicated to Professor Jagdish N. Sheth and honours his sustained contribution as a management thinker, scholar, academician and corporate adviser in an illustrious career spanning over five decades.
Category: Business & Economics