1 August 2021 | Münster
The Research Line "Science-to-Innovation" of the S2BMRC published a new book on "Disruptive Innovation and Ambidextry - Basics, Recommendations, Case Studies".
The book offers latest findings from research at the S2BMRC of FH Münster University of Applied Sciences on disruptive innovations and business models in Germany. How do successful innovations and business models emerge that radically change markets and grow very quickly from a small initial spark? And on the other hand, how can already successful companies position themselves well in the course of disruptive change? How does the interaction between large, established companies and young start-ups work in this field? The project team has investigated these and other questions in several recent studies that examined numerous disruptive and disrupted companies.
Junker, C., Baaken, T., Riemenschneider, F., Schmidt, A. L., & Petzold, N. (2021). Disruptive Innovation und Ambidextrie. Wiesbaden: SpringerNature. ISBN 978-3-658-34165-7 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-34166-4