• A business model defines the manner an enterprise delivers value to customers, entices customers to pay for value, and converts those payments to profit. In the context of technology-push strategies, innovation must include business models, rather than just technology and R&D. In long-established enterprises, some analysis may be needed to enunciate the current business model in use. In this program we explore some characterizations of business models and their application,

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  • This topic provides a number of ideas about working arrangements that stimulate and facilitate innovation in the context of a laboratory - a place where there can be some experimentation and where new knowledge is generated. The original stimulus was the Australian Discontinuous Innovation laboratory which was launched in 2008 as node of an international group of similar enterprises providing a place for joint industry - academia experimentation with new innovation management ideas. This included consideration of new business models.

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