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The third volume of the International Perspectives on Business Innovation and Disruption book series focuses on the role of design innovation in transforming industry practice. An international cast of scholars and practitioners examine how design innovation is impacting the creation of new business models, innovative forms of service delivery, multinational innovation practices, the role of aesthetics and psycho-spatial dynamics in fostering innovation, and the types of design capabilities found in the most innovative businesses worldwide. Theoretically, many of the chapters focus upon design thinking and conceptualize design as a user centered, empathic and participative practice that allows diverse stakeholders to creatively contribute to business innovation.
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M. Bjørn von Rimscha, Patrik Wikström and Lucia Naldi

The European audio-visual production industry is a dynamic sector challenged by fundamental changes in terms of technology, business models and regulation that require production companies to revise their business strategies. This chapter introduces two business model extensions that could address these challenges and then empirically analyses the models’ implementation by production companies in eight European countries. Neither the integration of advertiser funding in the production phase, nor the forward integration of online distribution is popular among the companies included in the study. Small companies are apparently reluctant to develop the new competences that are needed for the suggested business model extensions.
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Patrik Wikström and Anette Johansson

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