Reinventing Your Business Model

Published on Dec 1, 2008in Harvard Business Review
Mark W. Johnson5
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Clayton M. Christensen49
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Henning Kagermann2
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When does an established company need a new business model to capture a game-changing opportunity? Only companies that understand how - and why - their current model works can answer that question.
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