This book is essential reading for technology entrepreneurs. It brings together 16 of the most insightful, most relevant, and most popular articles on technology entrepreneurship published in the Technology Innovation Management Review (TIM Review).
The long-term success of new technology companies requires "a razor-sharp focus on customer needs and adoption of a scalable business model" (from the foreword by Sir Terence Matthews, Founder and Chairman of the Board, Mitel Networks Corporation). This book synthesizes the many definitions of the business model concept, and puts these ideas to practical use for entrepreneurs and startups.
Value co-creation has emerged as a multifaceted innovation, marketing, and business paradigm describing how customers and end users can become active participants in the design and development of personalized products, services, and experiences. The term has acquired a wide use in both business and academic circles to the extent that it has become quite fashionable to speak about co-creation and very often in ways that actually have nothing to do with customers and end users. The goal of this book is focus on the business- and innovation-related aspects of co-creation.
This book examines today’s and tomorrow’s cybersecurity challenge and approaches to solutions. Many putative solutions to cybersecurity have been purely technical in nature and, at times, have been cast as "silver bullets" or all-encompassing solutions.
Tony Bailetti, Brian Hurley and Denzil Doyle
Steven Muegge, Claude Haw and Sir Terence Matthews
Stoyan Tanev, Marko Seppä and Adam Chowaniec
Dan Craigen, Ibrahim Gedeon and Spadotto Eros
This book comprises 15 of the best articles on the topic of Open Source for Entrepreneurs published in the Technology Innovation Management Review (TIM Review).
This book comprises 17 of the best articles on the topic of Living Labs published in the Technology Innovation Management Review (TIM Review). The book focuses on European and Northern American views of living labs, although the European view of living labs dominates a number of the contributions.
This book commemorates the publication of the 100th issue of the Technology Innovation Management Review by featuring the journal's 15 most popular articles based on reader visits to the TIM Review website.
Michael Widenius, Linus Nyman and Ralf Wahlsten
Mika Westerlund, Seppo Leminen and Bror Salmelin
Chris McPhee and Peter Carbone