PL EN


2016 | 1/2016 (20) | 7-23
Article title

Determinanty dojrzałości modeli biznesowych

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Determinants of Business Model Maturity
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Celem artykułu jest praktyczna aplikacja koncepcji oceny dojrzałości modeli biznesowych na podstawie postrzeganego przez przedsiębiorcę stopnia rozwoju poszczególnych elementów modelu wpływających na tworzenie wartości dla klienta i zapewniających czerpanie korzyści z tej wartości. Do zidentyfikowania determinant dojrzałości modelu biznesowego wykorzystano wyniki badania ankietowego przeprowadzonego za pośrednictwem DELab UW na grupie respondentów, obejmujących start-upy oraz starsze przedsiębiorstwa (scale-up). W artykule zdiagnozowano wpływ wieku (fazy cyklu życia) firmy, sposobu komercjalizacji, dostępności źródeł finansowania oraz elementów kapitału intelektualnego na dojrzałość modelu biznesowego badanych przedsiębiorstw. W strukturze grupy również udział przedsiębiorstw wykorzystujących w działalności wyniki prac badawczo-rozwojowych (zarówno spośród start-up, jak i scale-up) wynosi 50%, co pozwoliło zbadać wpływ sposobu komercjalizacji i elementów kapitału intelektualnego na dojrzałość modeli biznesowych badanych podmiotów.
The goal of this article is the practical application of the concept of assessment of the maturity of a business model on the basis of the degree of development of the individual model elements that have an impact on creating value for the customer and guaranteeing benefits from that value as perceived by the entrepreneur. The results of a questionnaire-based survey as conducted through DELab of the University of Warsaw1 on a group of respondents encompassing start-ups as well as older companies (scale-ups) are presented in order to identify the determinants of the maturity of the business model. The article diagnoses the influence of age (phase in the lifecycle) of the company, its method of commercialization, accessibility of sources of financing, and elements of intellectual capital on the maturity of the business model of the investigated companies. The group structure included companies utilizing the results of research and development efforts in their operations (both start-ups and scale-ups). They accounted for 50%, which made it possible to examine the impact of method of commercialization and intellectual capital elements on the maturity of the business models of the surveyed entities.
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7-23
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published
2016-05-30
Contributors
  • Department of Banking Finance and Accounting, Faculty of Economic Sciences and the Digital Economy Lab, University of Warsaw, abialek@wne.uw.edu.pl
  • Department of Information Systems and Economic Analysis, Faculty of Economic Sciences and the Digital Economy Lab, University of Warsaw, r.gabryelczyk@wne.uw.edu.pl
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ISSN
1733-9758
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-800ddc1e-8bbc-49d1-8374-b8f0f99c7f87
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