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Breitfuß Gert, Berger Martin, Doerrzapf Linda

Innovation Milieus for Mobility – Analysis of Innovation Lab Approaches for the Establishment of Urban Mobility Labs in Austria

TRA Vienna 2018 - Transport Research Arena, 2018

The initiative „Urban Mobility Labs“ (UML), driven by the Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, was started to support the setup of innovative and experimental environments for research, testing, implementation and transfer of mobility solutions. This should happen by incorporating the scientific community, citizens and stakeholders in politics and administration as well as other groups. The emerging structural frame shall enhance the efficiency and effectivity of the innovation process. In this paper insights and in-depth analysis of the approaches and experiences gained in the eight UML exploratory projects will be outlined. These projects were analyzed, systematized and enriched with further considerations. Furthermore, their knowledge growth as user-centered innovation environments was documented during the exploratory phase.

Lassnig Markus, Stabauer Petra, Breitfuß Gert, Mauthner Katrin

Geschäftsmodellinnovationen im Zeitalter von Digitalisierung und Industrie 4.0

HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik Wirtschaftsinformatik, Stefan Meinhard, Karl-Michael Popp, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, 2018

Zahlreiche Forschungsergebnisse im Bereich Geschäftsmodellinnovationenhaben gezeigt, dass über 90% aller Geschäftsmodelle der letzten50 Jahre aus einer Rekombination von bestehenden Konzepten entstanden sind.Grundsätzlich gilt das auch für digitale Geschäftsmodellinnovationen. Angesichtsder Breite potenzieller digitaler Geschäftsmodellinnovationen wollten die Autorenwissen, welche Modellmuster in der wirtschaftlichen Praxis welche Bedeutung haben.Deshalb wurde die digitale Transformation mit neuen Geschäftsmodellen ineiner empirischen Studie basierend auf qualitativen Interviews mit 68 Unternehmenuntersucht. Dabei wurden sieben geeignete Geschäftsmodellmuster identifiziert, bezüglichihres Disruptionspotenzials von evolutionär bis revolutionär klassifiziert undder Realisierungsgrad in den Unternehmen analysiert.Die stark komprimierte Conclusio lautet, dass das Thema Geschäftsmodellinnovationendurch Industrie 4.0 und digitale Transformation bei den Unternehmenangekommen ist. Es gibt jedoch sehr unterschiedliche Geschwindigkeiten in der Umsetzungund im Neuheitsgrad der Geschäftsmodellideen. Die schrittweise Weiterentwicklungvon Geschäftsmodellen (evolutionär) wird von den meisten Unternehmenbevorzugt, da hier die grundsätzliche Art und Weise des Leistungsangebots bestehenbleibt. Im Gegensatz dazu gibt es aber auch Unternehmen, die bereits radikale Änderungenvornehmen, die die gesamte Geschäftslogik betreffen. Entsprechend wird imvorliegenden Artikel ein Clustering von Geschäftsmodellinnovatoren vorgenommen – von Hesitator über Follower über Optimizer bis zu Leader in Geschäftsmodellinnovationen

Cuder Gerald, Breitfuß Gert, Kern Roman

E-Mobility and Big Data - Data Utilization of Charging Operations

Proceedings of XXIX ISPIM Conference, Stockholm, 2018

Electric vehicles have enjoyed a substantial growth in recent years. One essential part to ensure their success in the future is a well-developed and easy-to-use charging infrastructure. Since charging stations generate a lot of (big) data, gaining useful information out of this data can help to push the transition to E-Mobility. In a joint research project, the Know-Center, together with the GmbH applied data analytics methods and visualization technologies on the provided data sets. One objective of the research project is, to provide a consumption forecast based on the historical consumption data. Based on this information, the operators of charging stations are able to optimize the energy supply. Additionally, the infrastructure data were analysed with regard to "predictive maintenance", aiming to optimize the availability of the charging stations. Furthermore, advanced prediction algorithms were applied to provide services to the end user regarding availability of charging stations.

Fruhwirth Michael, Breitfuß Gert, Pammer-Schindler Viktoria

Exploring challenges in data-driven business model innovation from Austrian enterprises

Proceedings in XXIX ISPIM Innovation Conference, Stockholm, 2018

The increasing amount of generated data and advances in technology and data analytics and are enablers and drivers for new business models with data as a key resource. Currently established organisations struggle with identifying the value and benefits of data and have a lack of know-how, how to develop new products and services based on data. There is very little research that is narrowly focused on data-driven business model innovation in established organisations. The aim of this research is to investigate existing activities within Austrians enterprises with regard to exploring data-driven business models and challenges encountered in this endeavour. The outcome of the research in progress paper are categories of challenges related to organisation, business and technology, established organisations in Austria face during data-driven business model innovation

Dennerlein_Bildungskarenz Sebastian, Ginthör Robert, Breitfuß Gert, Pammer-Schindler Viktoria, Stern Hermann

Bringing Big Data to Adolescence - Specifying Business Models by Practice

Institute of Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability Research , Merangasse 18 /I , A - 8010 Graz, Austria, Baumgartner, R.J., Fuellsack, M., Gelbmann, U., Rauter, R, Graz, Austria, 2017

To specify the current understanding of business models in the realm of Big Data, we used a qualitative approach analysing 25 Big Data projects spread over the domains of Retail, Energy, Production, and Life Sciences, and various company types (SME, group, start-up, etc.). All projects have been conducted in the last two years at Austria’s competence center for Data-driven Business and Big Data Analytics, the Know-Center.

de Reuver Mark, Tarkus Astrid, Haaker Timber, Breitfuß Gert, Roelfsema Melissa, Kosman Ruud, Heikkilä Marikka

Designing an ICT tooling platform to support the needs of SMEs in business model innovation

Unversity of Maribor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Andreja Pucihar, Ph.D., Mirjana Kljajić Borštnar, Ph.D., Christian Kittl, Ph.D., Pascal Ravesteijn, Ph.D., Roger Clarke, Ph.D., Roger Bons, Ph.D, University of Maribor Press, Maribor, 2017

In this paper, we present two design cycles for an online platform with ICT-enabled tooling that supports business model innovation by SMEs. The platform connects the needs of the SMEs regarding BMI with tools that can help to solve those needs and questions. The needs are derived from our earlier case study work (Heikkilä et al. 2016), showing typical BMI patterns of the SMEs needs - labelled as ‘I want to’s - about what an entrepreneur wants to achieve with business model innovation. The platform provides sets of integrated tools that can answer the typical ‘I want to’ questions that SMEs have with innovating their business models.

Stabauer Petra, Breitfuß Gert, Lassnig Markus

Changing business models arising from digitalization. A best practice case study based on two Austrian companies

KF Uni Graz, Institut of System Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability, Graz, 2017

Nowadays digitalization is on everyone’s mind and affecting all areas of life. The rapid development of information technology and the increasing pervasiveness of digitalization represent new challenges to the business world. The emergence of the so-called fourth industrial revolution and the Internet of Things (IoT) confronts existing firms with changes in numerous aspects of doing business. Not only information and communication technologies are changing production processes through increasing automation. Digitalization can affect products and services itself. This could lead to major changes in a company’s value chain and as a consequence affects the company’s business model. In the age of digitalization, it is no longer sufficient to change single aspects of a firm’s business strategy, the business model itself needs to be the subject of innovation. This paper presents how digitalization affects business models of well-established companies in Austria. The results are demonstrated by means of two best practice case studies. The case studies were identified within an empirical research study funded by the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT). The selected best practice cases presents how digitalization affects a firm’s business model and demonstrates the transformation of the value creation process by simultaneously contributing to sustainable development.

Breitfuß Gert, Kaiser René, Kern Roman, Kowald Dominik, Lex Elisabeth, Pammer-Schindler Viktoria, Veas Eduardo Enrique

i-Know Workshops 2017

CEUR Workshop Proceedings for i-know 2017 conference, CEUR , CEUR, Graz, Austria, 2017

Proceedings of the Workshop Papers of i-Know 2017, co-located with International Conference on Knowledge Technologies and Data-Driven Business 2017 (i-Know 2017), Graz, Austria, October 11-12, 2017.
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