Business Model Elements, Value Creation and Value Appropriation, and Firm Performance

Item Type Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Abstract Firms allocate their resources between two fundamental processes of creating value (i.e. innovating, developing products and deliver them) and appropriating value (i..e commercializing products achieving profits in the marketplace). Business models are recognized as novel construct that enables firms to create and capture value and thus to achieve competitive advantage. However research lacks a detailed understanding of the antecedents of value creation and value capture potentials and also about the effect of both of them on firm performance. This paper addresses the open issues. We show that a superior value proposition and superior processes lead to value creation and to superior firm performance. And that a superior revenue model leads to value appropriation and superior firm performance.
Authors Frankenberger, Karolin
Language English
Subjects business studies
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
Refereed Yes
Date 21 March 2013
Publisher SMS Strategic Management Society
Place of Publication Chicago
Page Range 20
Title of Book Strategizing Practices from the Outliers: Enabling Big Bang Innovation
Event Title SMS Strategic Management Society Special Conference 2013
Event Location Lake Geneva
Event Dates 20.-23.03.2013
Depositing User Prof. Dr. Karolin Frankenberger
Date Deposited 27 Mar 2013 10:27
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:15
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/221659

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Frankenberger, Karolin: Business Model Elements, Value Creation and Value Appropriation, and Firm Performance. 2013. - SMS Strategic Management Society Special Conference 2013. - Lake Geneva.

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