Articles from Digitopoly
There has been a movement that began with the notion of the anti-commons that suggested that, whatever the other benefits and faults might be with the patent system, a fault that really matters for the operation of the system and for growth prospects (a la
It is now time to fill in the final box of our recent travel across the Entrepreneurial Strategy canvas. Recall that I argued that there were two key dimensions that could assist entrepreneurs in finding the right business model to match with their idea: (i) they could focus on execution or invest in control and (ii) they could be oriented towards competition or cooperation with established firms.
Over the past two weeks, I have been outlining broad strategic options for entrepreneurs of which a disruption strategy is just one choice. The concept is that a given entrepreneurial idea can be commercialised in many different ways. The key to entrepreneurial strategy is to identify the feasible set of choices available to start-ups and to write a business plan for each.