Analyzing and Managing Business Networks in the Software Industry
Edited by Slinger Jansen, Sjaak Brinkkemper and Michael Cusumano
This book describes the state-of-the-art of software ecosystems. It constitutes a fundamental step towards an empirically based, nuanced understanding of the implications for management, governance, and control of software ecosystems.
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- Software Ecosystems
- Chapter 1: Defining software ecosystems: a survey of software platforms and business network governance
- Chapter 2: Business network management as a survival strategy
- Chapter 3: Guiding principles of natural ecosystems and their applicability to software ecosystems
- Chapter 4: A systematic mapping study on software ecosystems from a three-dimensional perspective
- Chapter 5: Managing software ecosystems through partnering
- Chapter 6: The challenge of heterogeneously-licensed systems in open architecture software ecosystems
- Chapter 7: Framing management practices for keystones in platform ecosystems
- Chapter 8: Architectural openness: comparing five mobile platform architectures
- Chapter 9: The open software enterprise model: how open is my software business?
- Chapter 10: Quality review and approval methods for extensions in software ecosystems
- Chapter 11: Measuring the health of a business ecosystem
- Chapter 12: Analyzing ecosystems for open source software developer communities
- Chapter 13: Open source ecosystems: a tale of two cases
- Chapter 14: The technological roadmap of Cisco’s business ecosystem
- Chapter 15: Unraveling Ruby ecosystem dynamics: a quantitative network analysis
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