The New Global Business Models (NEWGIBM) book describes the background, theory references, case studies, results and learning imparted by the NEWGIBM project, whichis supported by ICT, to a research group during the period from 2005-2011. The book is a result of the efforts and the collaborative work between SMEs, consultancies and researchers across various lines of business, competences and research domains. The book commences with a theoretical discussion of the business model and its invationliterature and explains how this was a collaborative study by researchers from three Danish Universities. The book continues by describing, analyzing and showing how NEWGIBM was implemented in SMEs in different industrial companies/networks. Based on this effort, the researchers try to describe and analyze the current context, experience of NEWGIBM and finally the emerging scenarios of NEWGIBM.The NEWGIBM book serves as a part of the final evaluation and documentation of the NEWGIBM project and is supported by results from the following projects: M-commerce, Global Invation, Global Ebusiness & M-commerce, The Blue Ocean project, International Center for Invation and Women in Business, NEFFICS, which providedinformation about the invating business models funded by Ministry of Science and Invation Denmark, Ministry of Ecomics Denmark, EU Social Fund, EU KASK program and EU 7 Framework program Internet of Things. This book adds new kwledge to the global business models based on ICT.
Associate Professor Ph.d. in High Speed Innovation and New Business Development at Center for Industrial Production, Aalborg University. Part time lecturer in E-business at University of Aarhus. Head of the International Center for Innovation1 (ICI) (2008 - 2012) at Aalborg University. Project Manager for the M-commerce project2 2007- 2009, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Project Manager for the NEWGIBM research project3 (2005 - 2007), Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Project Manager for the Danish part of the EU Proact project4 'EU DG6'. Leader of the 'Global Innnovation' project (2006 - 2007)5 and Global E-business project6 (2006 - 2008). Member of the Science and Enterprise Network. Member of the research group 'Th e Global Production Group'. Member of the research group PUIN 'Product Development in Networks'. Member of the EPUIN research group7. Board Member of the Knowledge Center for E-Business8. Member of the Pitnit research group, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Member of the Tom research group, Ministry of Science, Italy. Member of the research group 'Research on Entrepreneurship in SMEs'. Has published several books, conference papers, cases for teaching9. Has been involved in the development and teaching of courses in global business development for civil engineers. Is further the organiser of a large number of workshops with the aim to communicate up to date research on high speed innovation, networkbased innovation, e-business and new global business models. Research Interests E-business. High Speed Innovation. Innovation Leadership. New Business Models. Innovation of Global Business Models.
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River Publishers Series in Multi Business Model Innovation, Technologies and Sustainable Business