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2019 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 8954
Kliensieck, Katrin, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Applied Procrastination Research: Tackling Procrastination by Gamification.” In 11th Biennial Procrastination Research Conference, 2019.
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[34]
2019 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 14017
Szopinski, Daniel, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Teaching Business Model Innovation to Large and Interdisciplinary IS/IT Classes: A Didactic Approach Involving Peer Feedback via Self-Recorded Video Presentations.” In TREO Talks in Conjunction with the Fortieth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2019.
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[33]
2019 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 14543
Szopinski, Daniel, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Digital Tools for Teaching Business Model Innovation in Information Systems: A Newly Developed Didactic Approach Comprising Video-Based Peer Feedback,” 2019.
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[32]
2019 | Journal Article | LibreCat-ID: 6202
Szopinski, Daniel, T. Schoormann, Thomas John, R. Knackstedt, and Dennis Kundisch. “Software Tools for Business Model Innovation: Current State and Future Challenges.” Electronic Markets, 2019.
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[31]
2018 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 1046
John, Thomas, and Daniel Szopinski. “Towards Explaining the Popularity of the Business Model Canvas: A Dual Coding Approach (Research-in-Progress).” In Proceedings of the Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2018 (MKWI), Lüneburg, Germany, 2018.
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[30]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2695
Feldotto, M., Thomas John, Dennis Kundisch, P. Hemsen, K. Klingsieck, and A. Skopalik. “Making Gamification Easy for the Professor: Decoupling Game and Content with the StudyNow Mobile App.” In Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST), 2017.
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[29]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 92
Szopinski, Daniel, Thorsten Schoormann, Thomas John, Ralf Knackstedt, and Dennis Kundisch. “How Software Can Support Innovating Business Models: A Taxonomy of Functions of Business Model Development Tools.” In Bosch Business Model Innovation Summit 2017, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[28]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2684
Klingsieck, K., A. Bomm, Behnud Djawadi, Rene Fahr, M. Feldotto, Thomas John, Dennis Kundisch, and A. Skopalik. “Study? Now! - Evaluation einer gamifizierten App zur Überwindung von akademischer Prokrastination.” In Tagung der Fachgruppen Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie (PAEPSY), 2017.
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[27]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2692
John, Thomas, M. Feldotto, P. Hemsen, K. Klingsieck, and Mike Langendorf. “Towards a Lean Approach to Gamifying Education.” In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2017.
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[26]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 49
John, Thomas, Dennis Kundisch, and Daniel Szopinski. “Visual Languages for Modeling Business Models: A Critical Review and Future Research Directions.” In Proceedings of the Thirty Eighth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seoul, South Korea, 2017.
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[25]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 56
John, Thomas. “Supporting Business Model Idea Generation Through Machine-Generated Ideas: A Design Theory.” In 1st Business Model Conference, 2017.
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[24]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 1094
Feldotto, Matthias, Thomas John, Dennis Kundisch, Paul Hemsen, Katrin Klingsieck, and Alexander Skopalik. “Making Gamification Easy for the Professor: Decoupling Game and Content with the StudyNow Mobile App.” In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST), 462–67. LNCS, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-59144-5_32.
LibreCat | Files available | DOI
 
[23]
2017 | Encyclopedia Article | LibreCat-ID: 95
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. “Geschäftsmodell-Modellierungssprache/Business Model Modeling Language.” In Enzyklopädie der Wirtschaftsinformatik, GITO, 2017.
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[22]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 52
John, Thomas, and Daniel Szopinski. “Towards Explaining the Popularity of the Business Model Canvas: A Dual-Coding Approach.” In 1st Business Model Conference, 2017.
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[21]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 1095
John, Thomas, Matthias Feldotto, Paul Hemsen, Katrin Klingsieck, Dennis Kundisch, and Mike Langendorf. “Towards a Lean Approach for Gamifying Education.” In Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2970–79, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available | Download (ext.)
 
[20]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 91
Szopinski, Daniel, Thorsten Schoormann, Thomas John, Ralf Knackstedt, and Dennis Kundisch. “How Software Can Support Innovating Business Models: A Taxonomy of Functions of Business Model Development Tools.” In Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[19]
2016 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 148
John, Thomas. “Supporting Business Model Idea Generation Through Machine-Generated Ideas: A Design Theory.” In Proceedings of the Thirty Seventh International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Dublin, Ireland, 2016.
LibreCat | Files available | Download (ext.)
 
[18]
2016 | Dissertation | LibreCat-ID: 10292
John, Thomas. Business Model Modeling Languages as Tools for Innovation:  Theory and Empirical Evidence. Universität Paderborn, 2016. https://doi.org/10.17619/UNIPB/1-259 .
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[17]
2016 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 135
Strotmeyer, Sebastian, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Vergleichende Betrachtung von Software-Werkzeugen Zur Geschäftsmodellentwicklung.” In Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI), 2016.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[16]
2015 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 230
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Why Fit Leads to Surprise: An Extension of Cognitive Fit Theory to Creative Problems.” In Proceedings of the Thirty Sixth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Fort Worth, USA, 2015.
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[15]
2015 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2706
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Creativity Through Cognitive Fit: Theory and Preliminary Evidence in a Business Model Idea Generation Context.” In Wirtschaftsinformatik Proceedings, 2015.
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[14]
2015 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 248
John, Thomas. “Supporting Business Model Idea Generation Through Machine-Generated Ideas - Towards a Design Theory.” In AIS SIGPRAG Pre-ICIS Workshop: Practice-Based Design and Innovation of Digital Artifacts, 2015.
LibreCat | Files available | Download (ext.)
 
[13]
2014 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2717
Weskamp, Christoph, Thomas John, Leena Suhl, Dennis Kundisch, A. Teetz, and M. Rose. “Towards a Simulation-Based Approach for Evaluating Business Models for the Electric Vehicle Market.” In Proceedings of the European Electric Vehicle Congress (EEVC), 2014.
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[12]
2014 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2718
John, Thomas, Christoph Weskamp, Dennis Kundisch, Leena Suhl, S. Flake, D. Freund, and H. Jung. “The Case for Modeling Consumer Choice Through an Adapted Total Cost of Ownership Approach.” In Proceedings of the European Electric Vehicle Congress (EEVC), 2014.
LibreCat
 
[11]
2014 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2744
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Modeling Languages for Business Models as Tools for Innovation - A Systematic Review and Research Agenda.” In Tagung Der Erich-Gutenberg-Arbeitsgemeinschaft Köln e.V., 2014.
LibreCat
 
[10]
2014 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2749
Weskamp, Christoph, Thomas John, Leena Suhl, and Dennis Kundisch. “Simulating Consumer Choice of Innovative Business Models for Electric Mobility.” In Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2014 (MKWI), 2014.
LibreCat
 
[9]
2013 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2754
John, Thomas, Christoph Weskamp, Dennis Kundisch, and Leena Suhl. “Towards an Agile Simulation-Based Method for Creating, Evaluating and Selecting Business Models.” In Pre-ECIS Workshop on the Digitization in Business Models and Entrepreneurship (DiBME), 2013.
LibreCat
 
[8]
2013 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2752
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Business Model Representations: A Cross-Disciplinary Review of the Pragmatic, Semantic and Syntactic Foundations of Existing Approaches.” In Pre-ECIS Workshop on the Digitization in Business Models and Entrepreneurship (DiBME), 2013.
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[7]
2012 | Report | LibreCat-ID: 2828
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. Geschäftsmodelle als Thema der Wirtschaftsinformatik - Statements zum Themenfeld “Stand der Forschung,” 2012.
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[6]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2762
John, Thomas, Dennis Kundisch, Jan Kammann, and Torben Sauerland. “Research on Electric Mobility in Germany: A Systematic Review of Publicly Funded Projects.” In Proceedings of the European Electric Vehicle Congress (EEVC), 2012.
LibreCat
 
[5]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2767
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “In Need of Change: The Scientific Practice of Representing Business Models.” In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 2012.
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[4]
2012 | Journal Article | LibreCat-ID: 2643
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. “Investitionsbewertung mit Realoptionen.” WISU - Das Wirtschaftsstudium 3 (2012): 345–47.
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[3]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2768
Kundisch, Dennis, Thomas John, Jörg Honnacker, and Christian Meier. “Approaches for Business Model Representation: An Overview.” In Proceedings Fo the Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI), 2012.
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[2]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2770
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. “Business Model Representation Incorporating Real Options: An Extension of E3-Value.” In Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2012.
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[1]
2012 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2769
Kundisch, Dennis, Thomas John, Jörg Honnacker, and Christian Meier. “Towards a Classification Framework for Business Model Representations.” In 6th International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business Ontology, 2012.
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2019 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 8954
Kliensieck, Katrin, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Applied Procrastination Research: Tackling Procrastination by Gamification.” In 11th Biennial Procrastination Research Conference, 2019.
LibreCat
 
[34]
2019 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 14017
Szopinski, Daniel, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Teaching Business Model Innovation to Large and Interdisciplinary IS/IT Classes: A Didactic Approach Involving Peer Feedback via Self-Recorded Video Presentations.” In TREO Talks in Conjunction with the Fortieth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2019.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[33]
2019 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 14543
Szopinski, Daniel, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Digital Tools for Teaching Business Model Innovation in Information Systems: A Newly Developed Didactic Approach Comprising Video-Based Peer Feedback,” 2019.
LibreCat
 
[32]
2019 | Journal Article | LibreCat-ID: 6202
Szopinski, Daniel, T. Schoormann, Thomas John, R. Knackstedt, and Dennis Kundisch. “Software Tools for Business Model Innovation: Current State and Future Challenges.” Electronic Markets, 2019.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[31]
2018 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 1046
John, Thomas, and Daniel Szopinski. “Towards Explaining the Popularity of the Business Model Canvas: A Dual Coding Approach (Research-in-Progress).” In Proceedings of the Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2018 (MKWI), Lüneburg, Germany, 2018.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[30]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2695
Feldotto, M., Thomas John, Dennis Kundisch, P. Hemsen, K. Klingsieck, and A. Skopalik. “Making Gamification Easy for the Professor: Decoupling Game and Content with the StudyNow Mobile App.” In Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST), 2017.
LibreCat
 
[29]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 92
Szopinski, Daniel, Thorsten Schoormann, Thomas John, Ralf Knackstedt, and Dennis Kundisch. “How Software Can Support Innovating Business Models: A Taxonomy of Functions of Business Model Development Tools.” In Bosch Business Model Innovation Summit 2017, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[28]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2684
Klingsieck, K., A. Bomm, Behnud Djawadi, Rene Fahr, M. Feldotto, Thomas John, Dennis Kundisch, and A. Skopalik. “Study? Now! - Evaluation einer gamifizierten App zur Überwindung von akademischer Prokrastination.” In Tagung der Fachgruppen Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie (PAEPSY), 2017.
LibreCat
 
[27]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2692
John, Thomas, M. Feldotto, P. Hemsen, K. Klingsieck, and Mike Langendorf. “Towards a Lean Approach to Gamifying Education.” In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2017.
LibreCat
 
[26]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 49
John, Thomas, Dennis Kundisch, and Daniel Szopinski. “Visual Languages for Modeling Business Models: A Critical Review and Future Research Directions.” In Proceedings of the Thirty Eighth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seoul, South Korea, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[25]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 56
John, Thomas. “Supporting Business Model Idea Generation Through Machine-Generated Ideas: A Design Theory.” In 1st Business Model Conference, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[24]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 1094
Feldotto, Matthias, Thomas John, Dennis Kundisch, Paul Hemsen, Katrin Klingsieck, and Alexander Skopalik. “Making Gamification Easy for the Professor: Decoupling Game and Content with the StudyNow Mobile App.” In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST), 462–67. LNCS, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-59144-5_32.
LibreCat | Files available | DOI
 
[23]
2017 | Encyclopedia Article | LibreCat-ID: 95
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. “Geschäftsmodell-Modellierungssprache/Business Model Modeling Language.” In Enzyklopädie der Wirtschaftsinformatik, GITO, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[22]
2017 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 52
John, Thomas, and Daniel Szopinski. “Towards Explaining the Popularity of the Business Model Canvas: A Dual-Coding Approach.” In 1st Business Model Conference, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[21]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 1095
John, Thomas, Matthias Feldotto, Paul Hemsen, Katrin Klingsieck, Dennis Kundisch, and Mike Langendorf. “Towards a Lean Approach for Gamifying Education.” In Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2970–79, 2017.
LibreCat | Files available | Download (ext.)
 
[20]
2017 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 91
Szopinski, Daniel, Thorsten Schoormann, Thomas John, Ralf Knackstedt, and Dennis Kundisch. “How Software Can Support Innovating Business Models: A Taxonomy of Functions of Business Model Development Tools.” In Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), 2017.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[19]
2016 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 148
John, Thomas. “Supporting Business Model Idea Generation Through Machine-Generated Ideas: A Design Theory.” In Proceedings of the Thirty Seventh International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Dublin, Ireland, 2016.
LibreCat | Files available | Download (ext.)
 
[18]
2016 | Dissertation | LibreCat-ID: 10292
John, Thomas. Business Model Modeling Languages as Tools for Innovation:  Theory and Empirical Evidence. Universität Paderborn, 2016. https://doi.org/10.17619/UNIPB/1-259 .
LibreCat | DOI
 
[17]
2016 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 135
Strotmeyer, Sebastian, Thomas John, and Dennis Kundisch. “Vergleichende Betrachtung von Software-Werkzeugen Zur Geschäftsmodellentwicklung.” In Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI), 2016.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[16]
2015 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 230
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Why Fit Leads to Surprise: An Extension of Cognitive Fit Theory to Creative Problems.” In Proceedings of the Thirty Sixth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Fort Worth, USA, 2015.
LibreCat | Files available
 
[15]
2015 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2706
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Creativity Through Cognitive Fit: Theory and Preliminary Evidence in a Business Model Idea Generation Context.” In Wirtschaftsinformatik Proceedings, 2015.
LibreCat
 
[14]
2015 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 248
John, Thomas. “Supporting Business Model Idea Generation Through Machine-Generated Ideas - Towards a Design Theory.” In AIS SIGPRAG Pre-ICIS Workshop: Practice-Based Design and Innovation of Digital Artifacts, 2015.
LibreCat | Files available | Download (ext.)
 
[13]
2014 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2717
Weskamp, Christoph, Thomas John, Leena Suhl, Dennis Kundisch, A. Teetz, and M. Rose. “Towards a Simulation-Based Approach for Evaluating Business Models for the Electric Vehicle Market.” In Proceedings of the European Electric Vehicle Congress (EEVC), 2014.
LibreCat
 
[12]
2014 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2718
John, Thomas, Christoph Weskamp, Dennis Kundisch, Leena Suhl, S. Flake, D. Freund, and H. Jung. “The Case for Modeling Consumer Choice Through an Adapted Total Cost of Ownership Approach.” In Proceedings of the European Electric Vehicle Congress (EEVC), 2014.
LibreCat
 
[11]
2014 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2744
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Modeling Languages for Business Models as Tools for Innovation - A Systematic Review and Research Agenda.” In Tagung Der Erich-Gutenberg-Arbeitsgemeinschaft Köln e.V., 2014.
LibreCat
 
[10]
2014 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2749
Weskamp, Christoph, Thomas John, Leena Suhl, and Dennis Kundisch. “Simulating Consumer Choice of Innovative Business Models for Electric Mobility.” In Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2014 (MKWI), 2014.
LibreCat
 
[9]
2013 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2754
John, Thomas, Christoph Weskamp, Dennis Kundisch, and Leena Suhl. “Towards an Agile Simulation-Based Method for Creating, Evaluating and Selecting Business Models.” In Pre-ECIS Workshop on the Digitization in Business Models and Entrepreneurship (DiBME), 2013.
LibreCat
 
[8]
2013 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2752
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “Business Model Representations: A Cross-Disciplinary Review of the Pragmatic, Semantic and Syntactic Foundations of Existing Approaches.” In Pre-ECIS Workshop on the Digitization in Business Models and Entrepreneurship (DiBME), 2013.
LibreCat
 
[7]
2012 | Report | LibreCat-ID: 2828
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. Geschäftsmodelle als Thema der Wirtschaftsinformatik - Statements zum Themenfeld “Stand der Forschung,” 2012.
LibreCat
 
[6]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2762
John, Thomas, Dennis Kundisch, Jan Kammann, and Torben Sauerland. “Research on Electric Mobility in Germany: A Systematic Review of Publicly Funded Projects.” In Proceedings of the European Electric Vehicle Congress (EEVC), 2012.
LibreCat
 
[5]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2767
John, Thomas, and Dennis Kundisch. “In Need of Change: The Scientific Practice of Representing Business Models.” In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 2012.
LibreCat
 
[4]
2012 | Journal Article | LibreCat-ID: 2643
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. “Investitionsbewertung mit Realoptionen.” WISU - Das Wirtschaftsstudium 3 (2012): 345–47.
LibreCat
 
[3]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2768
Kundisch, Dennis, Thomas John, Jörg Honnacker, and Christian Meier. “Approaches for Business Model Representation: An Overview.” In Proceedings Fo the Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI), 2012.
LibreCat
 
[2]
2012 | Conference Paper | LibreCat-ID: 2770
Kundisch, Dennis, and Thomas John. “Business Model Representation Incorporating Real Options: An Extension of E3-Value.” In Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2012.
LibreCat
 
[1]
2012 | Conference Abstract | LibreCat-ID: 2769
Kundisch, Dennis, Thomas John, Jörg Honnacker, and Christian Meier. “Towards a Classification Framework for Business Model Representations.” In 6th International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business Ontology, 2012.
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