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The Effect of Competitor Interaction on Startup's Product Development

Nirnaya Tripathi, Pertti Seppanen, Markku Oivo, Jouni Simila, Kari Liukkunen
2017 2017 43rd Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA)  
Experiment participants also considered the interaction with the potential competitor useful based on the exchange of important information and ideas regarding the product domain.  ...  [Contribution] This paper contributes by demonstrating the effect of interaction with a potential competitor in the effort estimation process.  ...  In our study, we focus on expertise aspect and how it effects on startup's product development.  ... 
doi:10.1109/seaa.2017.34 dblp:conf/euromicro/TripathiSOSL17 fatcat:gw4pdbqod5h6daqmksbbaz4iki

The Organizational Design of High-Tech Startups and Product Innovation

Christoph Grimpe, Martin Murmann, Wolfgang Sofka
2018 Academy of Management Proceedings  
We had expected middle management to be of value in directing and focusing current knowledge production and technology development by reducing the span of control for a startup's employees, leading to  ...  In our analyses, we estimate a series of interaction effects.  ...  score matching procedure, which requires iterated re-specifications of the propensity score estimation to achieve covariate balance.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2018.15074abstract fatcat:endgetljobffdouac7erblrj4m

Using Social Media to Accelerate the Internationalization of Startups from Inception

Tony Maltby
2012 Technology Innovation Management Review  
From inception, Dewak founders used forum-enabled interactions to develop their products to meet the specific requirements of users.  ...  To ensure that a startup's limited resources are spent effectively, an entrepreneur can categorize users of social media networks as well as their values and problems.  ...  Using Social Media to Accelerate the Internationalization of Startups from Inception  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview616 fatcat:pf7gqx3brfdijogw2eqd3bwcr4

High Risk or Low Cost – Dichotomous Choices of R&D Strategy by Startups in Markets for Technology

Joachim Henkel, Thomas Rønde
2018 Social Science Research Network  
Depending on the R&D technology, either of them may be the startup's globally optimal strategy. With two startups, numerical analysis confirms this finding.  ...  Depending on the R&D technology, either of them may be the startup's globally optimal strategy. With two startups, numerical analysis confirms this finding.  ...  rights, the incumbent's threat to develop its own solution, and the young firm's possibilities of product market entry.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3319003 fatcat:4jbcmpfm3vbljifbogk75kg3lu

How business accelerators impact startup's performance: Empirical insights from the dynamic capabilities approach

Celia Polo García-Ochoa, Carmen De-Pablos-Heredero, Francisco José Blanco Jiménez
2020 Intangible Capital  
routines of accelerators programs become effective drivers.Design/methodology/approach: Drawing from the dynamic capability perspective, this empirical research explores the impact of business acceleration  ...  The cross-sectional design of the study and the fact that the data was gathered from a single country and based on survey results in bias and in a limited generalization of its findings.Practical implications  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3926/ic.1669 fatcat:mn5ryjv6evaubiojd6zcf2fsuu

Integration and Cospecialization of Emerging Complementary Technologies by Startups

Edward G. Anderson, Geoffrey G. Parker
2013 Production and operations management  
We analyze the market entry problem faced by startups that must integrate their service or product with one or more complementary technologies.  ...  However, the mechanisms driving our results are very different from prior research findings and hinge primarily on nonlinear feedback effects that occur when firms concentrate integration investment in  ...  We model the effect of the integration investment on cospecialization in (6) by assuming that the cost for the startup's storage technology that is cospecialized for a particular complement is the product  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1937-5956.2012.01415.x fatcat:g7n3cmi2b5huro3buetsn2jl5i

Future-Proofing Startups: Stress Management Principles Based on Adaptive Calibration Model and Active Inference Theory

Stephen Fox
2021 Entropy  
In particular, rather than focusing on particular stressors, this paper is focused on the recalibrating/updating of startups' stress responsivity patterns in relation to changes in the internal state of  ...  The first contribution of the paper is to address the need for future-proofing methods for startups by providing eight stress management principles based on ACM and AIT.  ...  Acknowledgments: The author thanks the anonymous reviewers for their critical appraisal and constructive recommendations. Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e23091155 pmid:34573780 fatcat:kglxr6bdtvh4romwu2jbuhbuby

STARTUP MARKETING STRATEGY TO ATTRACT VENTURE CAPITAL AT THE AGE OF DIGITALIZATION

Olena Kanishchenko, Yuliia Kuznetsova
2020 Economics & Education  
The choice of the most effective instrument for analyzing the macromarketing, micromarketing environment and internal environment of startup obviously depends on market location and type, industry, size  ...  of the company, resources, market type, life cycle of the market / product, etc.  ...  VRIO analysis should also be added as a part of the first step in the ladder, if you want to determine the potential and effectiveness of the startup's own resources, both physical assets and processes  ... 
doi:10.30525/2500-946x/2020-1-3 fatcat:37efl5piyvfbfaqk6jg2vqsmhm

A Conceptual Framework: Organizational Learning, Competencies, and Innovation in Indonesian Digital Startup

Sihar Tigor Benjamin Tambunan, Budiman Christiananta, Dyna Rachmawati
2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management  
A combination of literature studies on organizational learning and some previous research compared with a number of factual conditions of digital startups in Indonesia, resulting in intended conceptual  ...  Conceptually, organizational learning has the potential to significantly influence the competency development and innovation in Indonesian digital startups.  ...  Some parties see the radicalism of technological development as paradoxical. On the one hand, it make the product combining process easy to do [4] and can be used as a tool to attack competitors.  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijsrm/v7i10.em04 fatcat:lnmsphlgcneqhborcxyzulzbky

Role of social media in creating avenues for startups

Sindhuja R, Begam Benazi K
2019 Journal of management and science  
However, little is known about the effect of social media use on identifying entrepreneurial opportunities.  ...  This study focuses on the investigation of the moderating role of social media use on entrepreneurial opportunities.  ...  The start-ups expect their marketing effort to be cost effective, interactive, engaging and scalable to a large audience.  ... 
doi:10.26524/jms.2019.12 fatcat:5hqj4rqj7bbyjo64ibpkziwr3u

Is Co-working Increase Survivability? Study on how Collaborating and Networking Facilitates Open Innovation Process for Startups

Elissa Dwi Lestari
2020 International Journal of New Media Technology  
To get a more deep understanding of the phenomena, this study used an exploratory study based on three case studies of Co-working spaces operated in the Jakarta region.  ...  The study shows that the open innovation process among startups is not naturally existed, but instead, it is purposefully designed by the role of a community manager who acts as the ecosystem catalyst.  ...  Besides the antecedents, future research could also investigate the further effects of open innovation processes, such as collaborative process on new product development. " As a program and community  ... 
doi:10.31937/ijnmt.v7i1.1288 fatcat:bhkyh2ngnjftbnsl5uv2zemj34

Cross-Border Open Innovation of Early Stage Tech Incubation: A Case Study of FORGE, the First UK-China Accelerator Program

Yunming Shao, Lei Shi
2018 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
It engages with current research that examines the role of trust, particularly in the area of cross-border trade.  ...  This paper is a case study of FORGE, the first UK-China cross border accelerator program, conducted in the context of TusPark Newcastle, an overseas innovation center by TUS Holdings in the United Kingdom  ...  Discussion Impact on the Startups: Trust and Business Development The FORGE startups spent an average of four days in each Chinese city.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc4030037 fatcat:aidr2x345zahvlio35v37iteva

Incentive programs to promote startups: a Brazilian case

Francisco Waldney Moreira, Isabela Miranda Martins, Bruno Alencar Pereira, Josivania Silva Farias
2019 Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração  
The study provides an analysis of startups development factors and contributes to the improvement of innovation incentive programs.  ...  This study aimed to verify the practical implications of innovation incentive programs in the development of a carpooling startup from Brazilian Federal District.  ...  with the perception of the interviewees about the effects of innovation policies on the development of the startup.  ... 
doi:10.12712/rpca.v13i1.27491 fatcat:xfyqtyuvafd77mel7td6oxij2e

FORMATION OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING SYSTEM FOR A STARTUP ENTERPRISE

Kateryna Hnedina, Artem Vertiiko
2020 Problemi ì perspektivi ekonomìki ta upravlìnnâ  
Core directions of the formation of a strategic management accounting system depending on the stages of life cycle of a startup are described.  ...  Forms of reports are developed, which are recommended to be implemented at a startup enterprise in order to monitor the directions of funds' consumption and to control the costs for innovative activity  ...  on the processes of planning, supply, production (provision of services), sales, interaction with customers and supports decisions at all levels of management.  ... 
doi:10.25140/2411-5215-2020-1(21)-309-320 fatcat:c73ffipn7fablcsbmp2u7lcase

STARTUPS AND YOUNG INNOVATIVE FIRMS MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS: AN ANTITRUST DEBATE? LESSONS FROM THE ICT TECNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGM

Camila Cabral Pires-Alves, Manuel Gonzalo, Marcos Puccioni de Oliveira Lyra
2019 Revista de Economia Contemporânea  
Nevertheless, they were designed to encompass all kind of merger effects on innovation and still there are no well-defined procedures in the international or national scenario.  ...  The introduction of additional thresholds for the value of transaction and a better interaction between innovation and competition policies may be a starting point.  ...  In an acquisition of a startup by a large and well established firm, the incentive to eliminate the startup's product is greater the larger the share of profits that are won from the startup's product  ... 
doi:10.1590/198055272324 fatcat:3viwbqzujvh6xh2knsb566rwui
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