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Predatory innovation in high-tech markets : analysis in European and American antitrust law
Innovation is often discussed in antitrust law. Predatory innovation is less considered. Perhaps it is because predatory innovation is considered euphemistic: innovation is generally seen as being predatory by nature insofar as its objective is the creation or improvement of an existing product in o...
Barriers to IoT adoption: an analysis by the business model
Internet of Objects (IoT) is now seen as a key technological approach in the context of innovation and the digital transformation of industry. Due to the disruptive possibilities offered to it, in particular in terms of business model (BM) reconfiguration, companies are increasingly paying attention...
In December 1999, at the turn of the century, when thousands of demonstrators from all over the world invaded streets in Seattle in the United States to protest against a World Trade Organisation (WTO) conference, alterglobalism has a revolution. The first actions against neoliberal globalisation at...
Run Away or Stick Together? The Impact of Organization-Specific Adverse Events on Alliance Partner Defection
Alliances are inter-organizational relationships wherein partners agree to engage in joint action and share benefits and burdens. But when might an adverse event that strikes one partner become too burdensome for another partner? Extant theories of alliance instability provide incomplete answers, wh...
Workload in the digital era : Reflection on occupational health
Contemporary society is characterized by an accelerating pace of disruptive digital innovation that is transforming the work environment. It is therefore crucial to understand the extent of current and future developments, as the impact on employees’ workload is strong. The existing tension between...
The Role of Higher Education in a Changing World: Why Employability Matters
The transformations of work are increasingly introducing new scenarios at a global level. In fact, the disruptive importance of innovation in all workplace contexts anticipates the challenge of skills and capabilities for the work of the future. In this sense, education has a crucial role in support...
MOOCs, revolution or disillusionment?
announced with fracas in 2012, MOOCS — massive open online races — was supposed to carry the seeds of a threefold technological, economic and educational revolution. The aim was to digitalise the actual transmission of knowledge. MOOCs were also intended to put an end to the ‘increasing cost curse’,...
Reform of health system: prescribing the innovator Health System Reform: prescribing the innovator: With regard to the book by Clayton Christensen, Jérôme Grossman and Jason Hwang, La prescription de l’innovateur (2009, USA),
reading report published in the magazine Gérôme et Comprise, No 102, December 2010. According to the authors, disruptive innovation, a processing agent, is based on three elements: the development of knowledge of the field, new business models, a new value network. The book contains too many persist...
How start-ups become major global groups: the case of Google
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIssu of field observations within Silicon Valley and complemented by a literature review, this article has four objectives. He began by explaining why innovative start-ups were at the heart of the performance of the American economy, in contrast to the current situation, and th...
Barriers to Adopting New Technologies within Rural Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
The adoption of technologies by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that operate in several business sectors in rural areas is a crucial issue because they often need financial and technical incentives and support from public and local authorities. The question of whether and how innovation can be r...
Blockchain Technology for Governance of Plastic Waste Management: Where Are We?
Blockchain technology is emerging as a plausible disruptor of waste management practices that influence the governance of plastics. The interest among the waste management community in the potential and fundamental changes to complex resource management associated with blockchain adoption parallels...
A learning experience based on high-tech projects
Our proposal is to activate the best talent of schools (their students), making them the engine of change that your school needs. How do we do so? Attracting them through a disruptive and exciting programme, with high technological content, which proposes to them a real and social entrepreneurship c...
MOVING TOWARDS THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: THE UNLEASH INNOVATION LAB EXPERIENCE
Abstract In response to innumerable global challenges in a world ever more complex and interconnected, including a number of public health challenges, the United Nations launched the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; a guideline intended to deal with these issues. Foreseeing their huge comple...
Interactive Instructional: Theoretical Perspective and Its Potential Support in Stimulating Students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)
In this disruptive era, the success of teaching approaches that encourage students’ creativity and innovation is presented in students’ attained high-order thinking skills (HOTS). Consequently, the attainment of HOTS aids someone to avert negative things since they are capable of analyzing and evalu...
Research on Patent Protection of Business Model under the Background of Internet
"Internet +" is a disruptive technological innovation that brings unlimited possibilities for business model innovation. However, the lack of the patent protection system of the business model has hindered the innovation and development of the business model to a certain extent. From the perspective...
Disruptive technology: the defeat of established companies
This work focuses on the study of disruptive technology, one of the most relevant forms of radical innovation in products, but for which there is still much confusion. To this end, and without seeking to develop new theory, there is a review and organisation of theoretical developments and existing...
Review: La expansión del conocimiento en abierto: Los Moocs. Vázquez, E.; López-Meneses, E. y Sarasola, J.L. (2013). Barcelona: Octaedro, 119 pp.
<p>When Professor Clayton Christensen introduced the concept of disruptive innovation, he referred to it as the one produced with goods or services that, originally born as something almost residual, quickly become leader in their field. Well, according to this definition, MOOCs (Massive Open Online...
Existing Knowledge Assets and Disruptive Innovation: The Role of Knowledge Embeddedness and Specificity
Disruptive innovation has created a significant impact on management practices and academia. This study investigated the impact of existing knowledge assets on disruptive innovation by analyzing the role of knowledge embeddedness and specificity. We conducted a hierarchical regression analysis by us...
INOVASI PEMBELAJARAN PAI DI SEKOLAH PADA ERA DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
The main focus of this paper is the innovative idea of Islamic Education learning in schools facing the disruptive innovation of the digital age. The discussion uses critical analytics as part of the development of descriptive methods. The object of study is ideas. Data collection techniques used ar...
Innovation and the Social Responsibility approach as indispensable elements in today’s entrepreneurial activity
Society is now interested in having new and increasingly personal products and services available to improve their quality of life and provide them with catalytic experiences, but also has a greater interest in the production processes of the goods and services it consumes, in the impact that busine...
Obtaining a Sustainable Competitive Advantage from Patent Information: A Patent Analysis of the Graphene Industry
Graphene serves as the most disruptive material in the twenty-first century and plays an unsubstitutable role in solving the sustainable development problems of energy crises, water shortages, and environmental pollution. Recently, obtaining a sustainable competitive advantage (SCA) in the field of...
Disruptive technologies in higher education
This paper analyses the role of “disruptive” innovative technologies in higher education. In this country and elsewhere, Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have invested significant sums in learning technologies, with Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) being more or less universal,...
Mind the Gap: The Potential Transformative Capacity of Social Innovation
This paper aims to contribute to the understanding of the potential of Social Innovation (SI) for social transformation. Being a popular concept, SI has been discussed for decades, increasingly recognized for its complexity. A systematic review of the literature on SI was undertaken to understand th...
Impact of Disruptive Innovations on Mobile Telecom Industry in Lebanon
The telecommunication industry is different from other industries in the basis of innovation rate. This industry continuously provides end users with new technological generations and disruptive technologies. Due to the complexity of the nature of the product served, telecommunication industry is an...
Training of technical university students using active methods of developing entrepreneurship and innovation:
The purpose of the article is to identify active teaching methods at a technical university for the development of entrepreneurship and student innovation against the background of the challenges and conditions arising from the analysis of the transformation of the economy in the world and in Poland...